Family Events

Wildlife in Galloway

In conjunction wih Dumfries & Galloway Wildlife festival this exhibition will feature birds, animals and associated items linked to the Great British Countryside.

Second May Guided Bird Walk

Learn about birds and the Garden on this early morning walk.

Botanical Artistry: Bees at the Botanics - Ali McLeod

Over five weeks we will use miniature paintbrushes and watercolour to create an exquisitely detailed illustration of a bee and flowers from RBGE, whilst learning about the essential role these insects play in all our gardens.

Open Day

Open Day

Storytelling, craft sessions and music are among events lined up for this year's Open Day.

Art Workshops for Children

Informal drop-in art workshops for children inspired by the current exhibition at Inverleith House. Suitable for 8-12 year olds - please note children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

June Guided Bird Walk

Enjoy an early morning walk learning about birds and the Garden.

Art Workshops for Children

Informal drop-in art workshops for children inspired by the current exhibition at Inverleith House.

Forth Under Threat

Forth Under Threat

The Firth of Forth has outstanding wildlife and great opportunities to see it up close in boats and at the beach. Marine Conservation Society is working to turn the tide on the threats our oceans face. Come and find out how you could help.

Build your own Bat Box

With help from the volunteers of Dumfries and Galloway’s Bat Group, come along and make your own bat box to take away and place in your garden; as well as joining in with other batty activities.

Dawyck BioBlitz

Join naturalists in the big drive to record the wildlife of Dawyck Botanic Garden.

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