A new decade is here so why not crack on with those new year resolutions and burn some unwanted calories against the stunning backdrop of National Botanic Garden?
We have various paths and trails suitable for all, and if you can get to the Garden Monday-to-Friday in January, admission is completely FREE.
So, whether you are planning a buggy boot camp, have a walking group in search of a new venue or you belong to a fitness group in need of a change of scene, this will fit like your favourite trainers.
If you can only make it to the Garden at the weekend, it’s not the end of the world because entry is only £6 (£3 for children) on Saturdays and Sundays in January. Which is a bargain if you are planning on coming to any of our January Fairs!
- Woodcraft Weekend – 11th & 12th
- January Food Fair – 18th & 19th
- Antiques Weekend – 25th & 26th
Also available in January –
On three Friday lunchtimes in January, Growing the Future will be hosting a series of talks focusing on the impact of climate change on our plants, the research being done to tackle this and the role of botanic gardens in tackling and adapting to climate change, and conserving plants for the future. Make sure to book your space.
If you want to know more, visit our website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01558 667149.