Wild Wednesdays - Minibeast Mania

Waltham Abbey Gardens
Wild Wednesdays - Minibeast Mania
Waltham Abbey Gardens
Abbey View
Waltham Abbey

Wednesday, 29 August 2018
13:00 - 15:00
£4.50 advanced booking, £5 on day

Wild Wednesdays - Minibeast Mania

Celebrate Lee Valley Park's 50th Anniversary with our 'Wild Wednesday' family events taking place every Wednesday during the school holidays!

The world of minibeasts might be small with their microhabitats and small stature, but that doesn’t make them any less mighty.

Do you know your crickets from your grasshoppers, bugs from beetles and centipedes from millipedes?

If not, or you just want to see what's living in the hidden world of minibeasts, then come and join us to explore the natural habitat of land minibeasts! The afternoon will include the chance to go on your own minibeast safari, collecting them using the equipment provided for a close up view of our marvelous minibeasts.

Essential Info

  • Tickets are only required for participating children. Accompanying adults are free

  • Activities will take place both outside and inside, therefore please dress appropriately for the weather and ground conditions on the day

  • Please note participant's push chairs and wheelchairs will need to navigate grass areas

  • All children must be accompanied by an adult

Getting there

By train: the nearest station is Waltham Cross on the Liverpool Street line (20 minute walk)

By bus: the 251 goes from the station to the town

By car: Waltham Abbey is a 5 minute drive from the M25 (J26)


Pre-booking is recommended for Wild Wednesdays activities as there are limited spaces for each event. By booking online you will receive a 10% discount! There will be a limited number of spaces available on the day.



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