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Let's Explore Activity Sheet

Let's Explore Activity Sheet

Just for kids, what can you spot in the Garden today? Pick up a Let's Explore Activity Sheet from admissions and explore Benmore Botanic Garden.

The Flow Country

The Flow Country

An exhibition focussing on one of Europe’s last wild places, in the far north of Scotland.

Ageing Well Edinburgh Leisure Garden walks (every Monday afternoon)

Ageing Well Edinburgh Leisure Garden walks (every Monday afternoon)

A low-level health walk where older adults, living with dementia and their carers can experience the various health benefits that can be achieved by regular walking. Suggested donation of £1. For more information contact Ageing Well on 0131 458 2183

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Pop in anytime and look out for the team at work in the garden. Take a walk around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project volunteers, find out what jobs need doing in your own garden now and have your vegetable growing questions answered.

Family Art Trail

Journey into your imagination through Plant Scenery of the World in a fun, interactive in-gallery resource for all the family.

Garden Social for Dementia| (First Friday morning of the month)

Garden Social for Dementia| (First Friday morning of the month)

Free sessions with refreshments and activities, inspired by the Garden, for people affected by dementia. Numbers are limited; please arrive a little early to avoid disappointment.

Botanic Cottage Open Day | (First Friday afternoon of the month)

Botanic Cottage Open Day | (First Friday afternoon of the month)

Join a free, drop in, public tour of the Botanic Cottage and discover how it was saved and rebuilt. Arrive early to avoid disappointment as numbers are limited. Free, Drop-in event, all ages 1.30pm & 3pm

African Drumming Group

African Drumming Group

What makes a great garden a Botanic Garden?

What makes a great garden a Botanic Garden? The data behind the plants.

Marvellous Moss

Marvellous Moss

Get hands-on with peat mosses and measure their incredible water-holding capacity. These colourful, alien-looking plants are able to create vast peat bogs and store huge quantities of carbon because of their ability to hold water and inhibit decay.

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