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Mini Adventurers Club!

Our Mini Adventurers Club is designed for parents/carers with preschool children to come and spend time outdoors learning & exploring! We have loads of fun activities every week including Arts & Crafts, Mud Kitchen, Mini Beast Hunts, Pond Dipping, Camp Fire Cooking, Campfire Songs, Story Telling and More!

Every Thursday 11.00-12.00 during term time. 

£4.00 per session per child

Booking is essentialPlease book early as places are limited 

To book please call 01299 861368 or email info@arleyarboretum.co.uk

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Kids Go FREE* Saturday 23rd July - Sunday 4th September

Ready, Set, Go! For a Summer of Sport…

This summer we’re getting sporty and having lot’s of fun outdoors with a different sports theme each week throughout the holidays… as well as our new guest Summer Trail every day - Alice in Wonderland!


KIDS GO FREE* every day during the Summer holidays from Saturday 23rd July until Sunday 4th September. There is so much to do, you won't need to worry about keeping the kids entertained! With different activities running on each week, you'll find yourself coming back for more time and time again.

Find out more about our Summer of Sports…

Adult Forestry Experience

Sunday 10th July 10am-4pm

 

£30 per person including lunch

 

Designed for adults (16 years+) to spend time exploring outdoors & learning new life skills with our experienced Forestry teacher.

Includes Pond Dipping, Fire Lighting, Campfire Cooking, Tool Usage, Crafts, Whittling  and Music Making.

 

Advanced booking only, please call 01299 861368

 

Summer Forestry Adventure Club

Enjoy Bug Hunts, Campfire Stories & Songs, Cooking, Crafts and more in our Forestry Adventure Club!

 

Morning & Afternoon sessions available on 25th, 26th & 27th July, 9th, 11th, 18th, 19th & 31st August and 1st & 2nd September.

 

Advanced booking only, please call 01299 861368

 

Find out more…

 

"First Visit"

"What a beautiful place, and enjoyed by all the family. from 5 year old to grandparents. Immaculate formal garden with a fountain that keeps changing shape, and the most beautiful woodland. The children loved the numbers and names by the trees, the maze, playground and dinosaur trail. The grandparents appreciated plenty of seats and picnic tables and a safe and stimulating environment for children. Recommend this time of year to visit as there's a laburnum arch and spectacular rhododendrons in flower. Plenty of space and even on a half-term weekend it didn't feel crowded but very relaxing. Very much enjoyed our visit."

 

sunshinelover978 visited June 2016

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