Wild at Kielder Festival

Kielder
Northumberland
NE48 1BT

0191 284 6884

Are you crazy about creatures? Batty about birds? Fascinated by flora, or just wild about wildlife? Then head for the great outdoors and the wonderful Wild at Kielder Festival 2018 on May Bank Holiday Weekend – Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May and enjoy a weekend full of wildlife-themed activities. Beautiful Kielder Water & Forest Park is laying on a fabulous, wild weekend full of outdoor, nature activities and fun for all ages – all over the park. You’ll rarely have a chance to see and learn so much about wildlife in one weekend ever! Many activities are free of charge, or low cost. Some are just “turn up” and others are bookable in advance to avoid disappointment. You can watch the rare and famous Kielder ospreys in their native habitat. Or hunt for the Gruffalo in the woods? Enjoy a guided forest safari; build a den in the woods; forage for tasty forest food and eat it too; take an alpaca for a walk; and cruise across Kielder water in a motorboat. But that’s not nearly all! How about gazing up close at the stars from Kielder Observatory; learning about the Kielder red squirrels; joining a ratty ramble; and learning about the rare and ancient native trees that are now being replanted? It’s sure to be a British wildlife experience like no other.

Ticket Info

Type Entry for Guide price
Free
(Free Admission)
£0.00
per ticket
It's free to visit the Wild at Kielder Festival (car parking charges apply) and although some of the activities are free, others incur a small charge and should be booked in advance. Please see more details at http://www.nwt.org.uk/wildatkielder

Dates

From To
Sunday 6th May and Monday 7th May 2018 All day but lots of different activities and events at set times on both days View website for more details http://www.nwt.org.uk/wildatkielder

Facilities

Dogs / pets allowed

Venue

Wild at Kielder Festival takes place at...
Kielder Water & Forest Park, Kielder (Great Outdoors)

Wild at Kielder Festival

Kielder
Northumberland
NE48 1BT

0191 284 6884

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Wild at Kielder Festival

Overview

Are you crazy about creatures? Batty about birds? Fascinated by flora, or just wild about wildlife? Then head for the great outdoors and the wonderful Wild at Kielder Festival 2018 on May Bank Holiday Weekend – Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May and enjoy a weekend full of wildlife-themed activities. Beautiful Kielder Water & Forest Park is laying on a fabulous, wild weekend full of outdoor, nature activities and fun for all ages – all over the park. You’ll rarely have a chance to see and learn so much about wildlife in one weekend ever! Many activities are free of charge, or low cost. Some are just “turn up” and others are bookable in advance to avoid disappointment. You can watch the rare and famous Kielder ospreys in their native habitat. Or hunt for the Gruffalo in the woods? Enjoy a guided forest safari; build a den in the woods; forage for tasty forest food and eat it too; take an alpaca for a walk; and cruise across Kielder water in a motorboat. But that’s not nearly all! How about gazing up close at the stars from Kielder Observatory; learning about the Kielder red squirrels; joining a ratty ramble; and learning about the rare and ancient native trees that are now being replanted? It’s sure to be a British wildlife experience like no other.

Wild at Kielder Festival takes place at...
Kielder Water & Forest Park, Kielder (Great Outdoors)

Ticketing information

Type Entry for Guide price
Free
(Free Admission)
£0.00
per ticket
It's free to visit the Wild at Kielder Festival (car parking charges apply) and although some of the activities are free, others incur a small charge and should be booked in advance. Please see more details at http://www.nwt.org.uk/wildatkielder

Dates & times for Wild at Kielder Festival

From To
Sunday 6th May and Monday 7th May 2018 All day but lots of different activities and events at set times on both days View website for more details http://www.nwt.org.uk/wildatkielder

Facilities

Dogs / pets allowed

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