We run family days at Nature in Art four or five times a year.
Join us for fun filled family days out - unique opportunities for the whole family to get involved together. Ensure your visit to Nature in Art is an unforgettable experience for the whole family. There’s always several hands-on art activities to try plus other events like talks and meeting animals.
The charge is just £1 per person with under 3’s free. No need to book, just come along.
Our next Family Fun Day will take place on Saturday 25th June.
The day is set to feature:
The Cheltenham Science Group (10am-4pm) - Join the science group to experience the world as bees; using ultraviolet light, by dissecting a flower to see why pollinators are so important and by surveying the Nature in Art garden to find about the different pollinators at work. Plus, learn to communicate like a honey bee.
Bees Abroad (11am and 2pm) - The aim of Bees Abroad is to provide education and technical advice in Beekeeping. As part of the family day, see live hive demonstrations from the team as they educate you about bees and their importance! Find out more about them, here.
The Stroud-based Buzz Club for Young People (10am-4pm) - "Our aim is to ensure that all young people are aware of the importance of all bees and insects in the food chain and to care for the environment through bee centered education and play."
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (10am-4pm) - one aim of the Trust is to "support the conservation of all bumblebees, rare or abundant" and to educate people on the importance of bees in all shapes and forms. Have a go at completing their Bumblebee quiz and other games during the fun day. Find out more about them, here.
The Master Composters (10am-4pm) - Master Composters are volunteers who encourage people in their local community to start composting at home. During our fun day learn more about composing and the sorts of plants you can grow to help bees in your garden. Find out more about them, here.
Plus, meet insect artist Cath Hodsman who loves to explore the world of bees using a microscope. See some of her bee related artworks on show.