Rocket Science Summer Holiday Family Fun at RHS Garden Harlow Carr
Kids can embark on a space-themed garden trail, enjoy stratospheric storytelling, create cosmic crafts, and lots more space-themed activities. Head over on Yorkshire Day (1st August of course) to join in the Intergalactic Games, with loads of family activities to celebrate the most important day in the calendar. Possibly. RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Crag Lane, Beckwithshaw, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 1QB – Saturday 23 July – Sunday 4 September 2016 – rhs.org.uk/harlowcarrwhatson – £10/5/under 5s free
The countdown is on to six weeks of summer fun at RHS Garden Harlow Carr.
Families can embark on an out-of-this-world adventure this summer in Harrogate as the northernmost RHS Garden goes intergalactic.
Youngsters can take part in their very own space mission to Mars on a space-themed garden trail, enjoy stratospheric storytelling with the Garden Detectives, create cosmic crafts, and discover how our feathered friends have influenced flight and space exploration during spectacular birds-of-prey flying displays.
The garden’s Treehouse is being transformed into a woodland space station, children can test their knowledge of the planets as they wander through a solar system, or let their imaginations run wild in a specially-created 6ft RHS space rocket. There’s also a chance to put their counting skills to the test and see how many ‘Tiny Tim Peakes’ they can find in the Alpine House.
RHS Harlow Carr – Saturday 23 July – Sunday 4 September 2016