Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 25 July 2013
Create your own wind chime using the shells from locally caught scallops to hang in the garden or window in this drop-in-event. Some adult supervision/assistance will be needed if the children are very young as they will need to use a small craft drill.
Logan Botanic Garden Sat 27 July 2013
Enjoy a relaxed evening of music with the Dave Donohoe Jazz Band.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 29 July — Fri 2 Aug 2013
Children's Holiday Club A week of fun, creative activities inspired by nature including: games, crafts, art, drama, storytelling and adventure at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh!
Inverleith House, Edinburgh Wed 31 July 2013
Early Gallery Goers (EGG) Tours, contemporary art for children at Inverleith House!
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 1 Aug 2013
Find out how to carry out simple plant propagation at this hourly event. After which you will be able to take away your own prepared pot of cuttings and sown “Salad Pot”.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Fri 2 — Sun 11 Aug 2013
The sheep look down, the sheep look round, one sheep looks up and sees the clouds... This is a delightful, multi-sensory performance designed for the youngest of audience members and their families. Workshops at: 11:00am, 13.30pm & 15.00pm.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Wed 7 — Wed 21 Aug 2013
This mini theatre space will host a repertoire of puppet shows. There will also be simple nature-themed shadow puppet making workshops available. For full timings click here.
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 8 Aug 2013
Join Logan's very own Neanderthal and take a tour round the garden looking at what plant came when in history; as well as finding out a few facts about what makes a plant tick.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Thurs 8 — Sat 10 Aug 2013
Join in the fun at a free pre-show circus workshop! Highly skilled young people from across the UK present a fabulous array of circus skills in their first performances at the Fringe!
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 15 Aug 2013
Drop-in to the Yurt and construct your own bird feeder to take away and hang in your garden or window so you can watch our feathered friends stuff themselves silly for the coming autumn-winter.