Boy and girl running in daffodils

Kids go Free!

Free entry for all children to our four RHS Gardens from 3 to 15 April, when accompanied by a paying adult or Member. Enjoy a great family day out this spring.



 

Find the Lindt Gold Bunny!


Boys and Lindt bunnies

24 March - 22 April
Join in our Easter trail and the hunt for the special Gold Bunny. A chance for families to explore the gardens in all their spring glory and find wonderful flowers, beautiful views and the iconic Lindt Gold Bunny. Hop along the Lindt trail and solve the clues to get your delicious Lindt chocolate reward. Self-guided trails for adults and children also available daily.


Easter-themed arts and crafts


Boy and girl sitting among daffs

Come along and get creative with our special Easter activity days. Held at 11am - 1pm and 2 - 4pm in the South Classroom of the Learning Centre.

3 April - Hand print chick puppets

Make and create your very own chick puppet using a stencil of your hand, some bright yellow paint and fluffy feathers.

4 and 11 April - Painted pots

It is time to think about planting some summer flowering bulbs. Come along to this fun workshop and design your very own pot (bulb not included).

5 April - Sunny daffodils

Make a bright and beautiful daffodil that will last you all year round. 

6 April - Woolley sheep

Baaaaaaaaaaaaa-ck by popular demand. These adorable sheep will delight everyone.

9 April - Bee happy woven paper plates 

You will Bee buzzing making these funky happy Bees.

10 April - Angry Bird hats

One of the most popular activities for Children `Angry Bird Hats’. Pop along and makes yours, which you can wear with pride.

12 April - Flower pasta mosaics

Create amazing Mosaics using coloured pasta and clay. Be as creative as you feel, and show off your works of art to family and friends.

13 April - Hand print chick puppets

Make and create your very own chick puppet using a stencil of your hand, some bright yellow paint and fluffy feathers.


Wilderness Weekend


Boots knife and compass

14 – 15 April, Saturday & Sunday, 10am - 4pm

Wilderness Weekend is all about introducing people to living off the land and understanding more about nature and the ability we all (people and plants) have to survive our ever-changing situations.

Joining us for this fun-packed weekend will be The Royal Marines Association. This year look out for its Med Squad with equipment, and a display of weapons and military kit stance. Come and try food from the ration packs, and find out more about the life of a Royal Marine.

Runnin sessions on Knife Safety and Knife Work will be Roli Jones from Bear Tracks Survival, who has a wealth of experience gained through a lifetime outdoors. He is a qualified woodwork and metalwork teacher, as well as being a blacksmith. There will be two sessions each day (for ages 10 and above), 12noon–1pm and 2pm–3pm. The Bear Tracks Survival team will be running other field craft activities.

Bow skills will be taught by The Exmoor Archers, while Sue Ashmole from Cadenza Alpacas will be bringing her beautiful Alpacas along for visitors to meet. There will also be a chance to find out about felting with Alpaca Wool.

Devon Dowsers will be here to teach garden visitors about the traditional way of locating water and minerals beneath the earth’s surface.

Finally, there will be a wealth of activities in the Garden Room – wooden spoon making, lathing, felting, learning about the use and benefits of natural herbs, natural skincare products – plus a chance learn to weave with the Devon Weavers. 


Plan your visit


Rosemoor in spring

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