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The Wonderful world of Weeds, Bees and Butterflies

Logan Botanic Garden is hosting the Muddy Feet exhibition that explores the roles of weeds, bees and butterflies in science, art and wellbeing over the ages in Galloway and wider Scotland.

Garden Orienteering

Collect your free button compass and navigate your way round the garden, collecting the clues to solve the puzzles.

Family Fun at Logan!!

Enjoy a day of fun and relaxation in the garden. Activities include croquet, draughts, mini golf and Jenga!

Jazz Night in the Walled Garden at Logan featuring Mike Daly and his band.

Enjoy a relaxing evening of Jazz in the magical setting of the Walled Garden. Tickets £10, RBGE members £5, any 4 tickets £30.

Nature Play for Families

Nature Play for Families

Enjoy some nature play activities and find out about RBGE’s Nature Play: Nature Conservation project that is helping young children to love nature.

Festival Colombiano

Festival Colombiano

A weekend festival of Colombian delights to celebrate the plants and culture of Colombia! Share the important work that RBGE are doing there and enjoy a fantastic range of activities including dance, music, food and children's activities.

Edible Gardening Seasonal Advice

Edible Gardening Seasonal Advice

Drop in to find out how to grow your own food and take a look around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project team.

Painting the Outdoors

To accompany the National Galleries' summer show of American Impressionism, artist David Forster will explore the expressive possibilities of watercolour painting outdoors in the beautiful surroundings of the Botanic Gardens.

Calvinball (Ipdip Theatre)

Calvinball (Ipdip Theatre)

Following a sell-out 2013, Ipdip bring this marvelous rolling play for babies and families. Lively, musical and slightly wild, this is an outdoor performance that draws on wee ones' natural curiosities and the bigger ones' wish to join in.

Comedy of Errors (Handlebards)

Comedy of Errors (Handlebards)

An open air performance of the story of two sets of identical twins separated at birth - this is one of Shakespeare’s most farcical comedies, with mistaken identity and a good dose of slapstick.

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