Family Events

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.

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.

Plants for Free

Join the garden’s staff and learn the hidden secrets of plant propagation; take way your own pot of cuttings from Logan.

Giving Nature a Home

Giving Nature a Home

Why not hop along to the Botanics this summer and take part in a range of family focused weekend wildlife activities?

RSPB staff will help you discover more about the range of wildlife that makes the garden their home from mini beasts, birds through to mammals.

Make a Bat Box

Come along and join members of the Dumfries and Galloway Bat Group who will help you to make your very own bat box to take away; as well as getting involved in other "batty" activities and learn more about these wonderful flying mammals.

Giving Nature a Home

Giving Nature a Home

Why not hop along to the Botanics this summer and take part in a range of family focused weekend wildlife activities?

RSPB staff will help you discover more about the range of wildlife that makes the garden their home from mini beasts, birds through to mammals.

Make a Sun Catcher

Come along and make a sun catcher using petals and leaves collected from the garden to hang in your window at home.

Giving Nature a Home

Giving Nature a Home

Why not hop along to the Botanics this summer and take part in a range of family focused weekend wildlife activities?

RSPB staff will help you discover more about the range of wildlife that makes the garden their home from mini beasts, birds through to mammals.

Giving Nature a Home

Giving Nature a Home

Why not hop along to the Botanics this summer and take part in a range of family focused weekend wildlife activities?

RSPB staff will help you discover more about the range of wildlife that makes the garden their home from mini beasts, birds through to mammals.

Seaweeds for Food and Health

Seaweeds are increasingly eaten by us as foods and in foods. Following the extremely successful 2013 event, this year will bring more amazing opportunities to taste, touch and learn about the incredible health benefits of seaweed, that already go into many everyday products.

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