To celebrate the Year of Coasts and Waters, this small exhibition explores Scotland’s diverse sea life and the many threats facing our marine life.
Enjoy this ranger led walk taking in interesting corners of Hopetoun this autumn and enjoy the views over the forth and the seasonal changes of the historic landscape of Hopetoun House!
This ranger led walk will lead you through the nature and history of Hopetoun's designed landscape.
With internationally important fungi lawns, and woodlands bursting with mushrooms of all shapes and sizes, you will be guided on a gentle walk to explore the fascinating world of fungi.
This exclusive 2 hour Ranger-led walk will guide you through the nature and history of some of the specimen trees found throughout Hopetoun’s designed landscape.
Hunt the grounds of Lauriston for creepy crawlies in their natural habitat, then make a giant version of your favourite bug at Lauriston Castle!
One of Scotland's most iconic events 'The Royal Highland Show' returns to the Royal Highland Centre from 17th June!
Everything in the garden’s lovely as we explore the wonderful world of wildlife and plants through our colourful and entertaining family-friendly exhibition!
The Castlemilk Park Volunteer Group meet on Thursdays and Fridays to carry out practical work in the park and keep it looking beautiful!
Join the team at Castlemilk Park Project on the second Monday of each month for their online wildlife and photography sessions!
Make your own unique & completely natural, organic perfume, with the finest quality essential oils at Essential Oils & You's Plant to Perfume - Natural Perfume & Aromatherapy Workshop!
Blue Prints is a four week workshop in creating prints with blue techniques using Botanical elements: Indigo, Cyanotype, Logwood and Eco Printing.
Take a walk in the countryside on the brand new family trail at National Museum of Rural Life, and see what you can spot on the way to the farm!
Join the Countryside Rangers in Drumpellier Country Park as they go in search of the tracks, trails and signs our wild mammals leave behind.
Ahead of Halloween, join the team at Castlebank Horticultural Centre for a virtual tour of the strangest, scariest and weirdest living things on Earth!
Come along and try your hand at carving a spoon, mushroom, or maybe a Scandinavian kuksa cup at Palacerigg Country Park!
Honest, revealing and urgent, David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet is a powerful first-hand account of humanity’s impact on nature and a message of hope for future generations.