RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival was home to an exciting array of activities to get the whole clan involved in 2019.
Visitors explored what secrets lie beneath the surface of ponds in our interactive pond dipping experience, got glammed up with glitter face painting and made a flower crown.
Glitter face painting
Born on the festival circuit, the team from In Your Dreams offered face-painting for little ones and adults looking to complete their festival look.
Visitors grabbed nets too see what they could find in our interactive pond dipping experience, located in our wildlife and community area. Jules Howard, a zoologist, writer and author, helped guests discover the secretive species living in our ponds and explained how identify them.
Find The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar continued his trail around RHS Shows, making a stop at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Families searched all over the festival for the huge pieces of fruit the caterpillar had chomped through to find the greediest caterpillar in town.
Admire bug hotels
Kids all over Greater London and the Home Counties worked hard to make bug hotels any creepy crawly would be proud to check in to. Visitors browsed through the entries and found ideas for making their own five-star establishment at home.
Make a flower crown
Flower crown artist Mary Gilmore was in the Workshop Tent every day throughout the show, helping visitors create their own floral headwear. Guests could take their stunning headpiece away to wear around the festival.