Autumn & Halloween half term family sessions Autumn Half-Term 2019

Come and have some Autumn and Halloween themed fun this October half term. Ideal for finding out more about the wildlife at Martineau Gardens with plenty of fun and play along the way.
Dinosaur Discovery (Wed 30 October, 10am – 12noon OR 1.30pm – 3.30pm) Make an explorer hat, then enter the woods to search for dinosaurs. Create a clay fossil, do an archaeological dig and finish with a dinosaur story. Bring along your own toy dinosaurs if you have them. Fancy dress welcome.
Halloween (Thurs 31 October & Fri 1 November, 11am – 1pm  OR 3pm* – 5pm) Make a magic potion, do some Halloween-themed nature crafts, play games and finish with a story walk in the woods (by candlelight for the afternoon session). Fancy dress welcome.

Book Tickets:

Tickets are on sale from 2pm Tues 15 October 2019.     Don’t miss our announcements in the future – sign-up to our news and events monthly email here

£5 per child (+ 50p booking fee) advance booking essential via wegottickets.com only. To book, please select from the one of the sessions below and you’ll be redirected to wegottickets.com to make your payment.

Dinosaur Discovery (Wed 30 October, 10am – 12noon)

Dinosaur Discovery (Wed 30 October, 1.30pm – 3.30pm)

Halloween (Thurs 31 October,  11am – 1pm)

Halloween (Thurs 31 October, 3pm – 5pm)

Halloween (Fri 1 November, 11am – 1pm)

Halloween (Fri 1 November, 3pm – 5pm)

 

Nb 3pm – 5pm sessions (please note new start time, these were previously advertised as 3.30pm)

Here’s what you need to know:

This is a family learning event —activities are for supervised children aged 3—12 years. Parents/carers are expected to stay and join in but don’t pay.  You just need to book a ticket for each child (not the adult). Numbers are limited to 20 children per session – book in advance to avoid disappointment, using the on-line link to wegottickets displayed above.

Dress appropriately for the weather, since the session will take place mainly outside. Bring a drink and a snack, or bring your packed lunch if you’d like to have a picnic at Martineau Gardens (after the morning session or before the afternoon one). Martineau Gardens serves hot and cold drinks (for which donations are welcomed) but not food.

 

Plan your visit to Martineau Gardens

Find out more about Martineau Gardens and how to find us: Martineau Gardens is a beautiful community garden and charity in Edgbaston.