Bristol Festival of Nature: free nature-inspired fun for kids this weekend!

This weekend children and families can enjoy some free nature-inspired fun at the Bristol Festival of Nature on Bristol’s Harbourside.

On both Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th June from 10am-6pm, there are many free activities for kids, including free interactive exhibitions and workshops, plus some great learning opportunities, too.

What’s On at the Festival of Nature:

Discover Natural Sciences with nature experts:
The festival is a great opportunity to discover objects and specimens from Bristol Museum’s amazing Natural Sciences collection.  The Bristol Environmental Records Centre team will also show you how to locate and map out the local wildlife around your area.

The nature experts will be on hand to answer your questions and tell you more!

Choose your own nature aventure:
Choose your own adventure in performances from University of Oxford researchers, as they ask ‘What fate will the clouded leopard have?’

Nature Talks Tent:
Festival of Nature Talks Tent is back! Discover wildlife adventuring at its best, with back-to-back talks from wildlife celebrities, experts and authors. See the Saturday and Sunday talks programmes for more information.

Wildlife Garden:
Relax in the beautiful wildlife garden from Earth Timber Stone, and learn more about what you can do to make your garden more wildlife-friendly

Delicious food:
Loads of delicious food and drink from local ethical providers including pizza, crepes and Mediterranean food!

Live Music:
An array of colourful sounds and incredible voices from musicians Alex Hedley, King Louis (Cape Swagger), Saskia, Jack Cookson and more.

Cbeebies presenter Ferne Corrigan:
Cbeebies ‘My Pet and Me’ presenter and wildlife expert, Ferne Corrigan will also be at the festival to talk about her exciting career.

The Bristol Festival of Nature takes place on Millennium Square and Bristol’s Harbourside, BS1 5UH. The event is free and no booking is needed.

For more information visit https://www.bnhc.org.uk/.

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