The UK’s largest free celebration of the natural world returns this summer with its biggest programme yet, promising a wild adventure for all the family. Between the 1st – 9th June 2019 explore the nature in your backyard and go wild at one of our family fun weekends in Bath and Bristol!
Celebrate nature in Bristol
On Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June, more than 50 nature organisations will take over Millennium Square with a brand new area stretching across Pero’s bridge to the open green Queen Square. Families from across the can go wild with free interactive exhibitions, live performances and talks from the giants of the natural history world.
Get involved all week as the festival celebrates and help us all take action people, places and nature in beautiful Bristol, and showcases all of the wonderful and wild places and spaces across the city.
Sunday 2 June, 11:00am-1:00pm, Bishops Knoll
Come and discover the lost ornamental terraced gardens and arboretum, with historian Chris Stephens.
Monday 3 June, 10:30am-5:00pm, The Station, Silver St, BS1 2AG
A one day workshop to explore the opportunities and challenges of using data to communicate about biodiversity issues as well as using communications techniques to support citizen science outcomes.
For more information about Festival of Nature 2019, please visit the Festival of Nature website or follow them on social media: Twitter at @FestofNature, Facebook at @BristolFON and on Instagram at @festofnature.
The festival takes place from 10am - 6pm.
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Tel: +44 (0)117 925 3931
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