Over the summer holidays, come to Martineau Gardens for some nature-based fun activities. Ideal for little ones, these family learning activities offer a different side to the gardens, with environmental and craft activities. Led by Juliette Green (our Environmental Education Officer), take a look at here at these popular outdoor sessions. Choose from a morning session (10.30am – 12.30pm) or an afternoon session (1.30pm – 3.30pm).
Advance booking essential, via wegottickets. Ticket cost is £7.50 per child (no discount for siblings) including on-line booking fee. This is a family learning event, so a parent or carer is expected to join in, and your place is free. Due to ongoing Covid restrictions, we may need to restrict the indoor activities to one adult per child.
Book here – where you’ll be redirected to WeGotTickets to make your purchase.
Useful to know
These sessions are suitable for children aged three to twelve years old, Please dress appropriately for the weather, since the sessions 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. Please note that Martineau Gardens serves hot and cold drinks (donations welcome) but not food.
Getting to to Martineau Gardens
There is a small car park at the Gardens (admission free), but parking is limited and gets busy over school holidays. Consider the green option – boot, bus or bike. Martineau Gardens has a covered bike shed and is well served by buses. The nearest bus routes are Priory Road: 1; Bristol Road: 61, 63, X64 ; Pershore Road: 45, 47 . To plan your journey by public transport, visit www.traveline.info and use the Martineau Gardens’ postcode, B5 7UG.