Welcome to Linnés Råshult

- Carl von Linné's (Carl Linnaeus) birthplace


Råshult invites you to an amazing journey through time back to 1700 century landscape and gardens. Our KRAV certified cafe offers organic products such as homemade cakes, ice cream from Piper, cheese cake with jam and cream and a vegetarian buffet, Inspiring performance guidance, with himself, Carl Linnaeus as cicerone. In our reception building is the possibility of organizing both conferences and invite family celebrations. The garden with its apple trees and views of the garden, creating a tranquil place - Råshult - a break in time.

This year we would like to extend a special thanks to  Barbro Osher foundation, Leader Linné and familjen Eliassons stiftelse.


Opening hours

Culture Reserve is open daily year round.


Café and shop, May 1 to September 4





Phone +46 476-21318

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Vi har Erik Månelds kokbok till försäljning i butiken 👍
Råshults Soveltallrik👍
Lunchbuffé 👍
Lunchbuffé välkomna😊👍
Jungfru Marie nycklar👍
Fjäril vingar syns på🎶
Visst är humlen vacker😉👍 och på 1700 talet var det lagstadgat att bönder skulle odla humle👍
Inviger lekplatsen i Linnéparken 👍
Idag firar vi Nationaldagen👍 Öppen Guidning kl 11.00👍 Fika kl 11-14.00👍 Lunchbuffé kl 12-14.00👍 Vi välkomna 138 nya svenskar kl 14.30 och det kommer bli svårt med sittplatser därför har vi abonnerat från 14.00😊
Det går bra att komma och ta en förmiddagsfika eller lunchbuffé kl 12-14👍
Idag den 25/5 och söndag 28/5 öppen guidning kl 14.00 med Linné😊 #guidning #linné #Råshult #Småland
Hurra Linné 310 år idag 😊🍰🎶🎁🎂👍

Culture Reserve Linnaeus Råshult owned by the Foundation Linnaeus Råshult where Älmhults municipality and Växjö diocese's founders. The entire reserve is leased and managed by Lena and Michaël Michaëlsson with nominee agreement with the provincial government. Every year management plans for the area in consultation with the trustees, foundation and county government. County Administrative Board of Kronoberg County contributes funds through the National Heritage Board for the reserve's restoration and maintenance.

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