Come along for a family day out at RHS Garden Rosemoor this February half term (15 – 23 February 2020). Enjoy drop-in craft workshops for children and explore the garden with our family-friendly trail.

‘Whatever the Weather’ family garden trail

15 – 23 February 2020
Daily, 10am – 5pm
Come on a family adventure around Rosemoor and learn all about the wild weather of the UK. Don’t forget your wellies for puddle splashing! Free with normal garden admission.

Drop-in craft workshops

17 – 21 February 2020
Get creative with our drop-in craft workshops and enjoy a different activity each weekday. Free with normal garden admission.

Activities available 11am–12.45pm and 2–3.45pm

Monday 17 February – Forest faces and Mud monsters
Wrap up warm for this outdoor activity, as we make monster faces on trees in the woodland using leaves, sticks, moss and pebbles. Decorate one of Rosemoor’s trees or take your monster home to decorate a tree in  your own garden.

Tuesday 18 February  – Fishy weather sock
Create a weather sock from card and paper to see which way the wind is blowing.

Wednesday 19 February  – Personalised weather slate
Discover a fun way to forecast the weather.

Thursday 20 February  – Nature’s own mud bowls
Forage for natural materials in Rosemoor’s woods and use them to decorate your own handmade clay bowl.

Friday 21 February  – Winter bugs
Come and make your very own bug. Take it home to hang it in your bedroom.

We advise that children wear old clothing or bring a change of clothes as we can’t guarantee that your little ones won’t get messy!

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