Bath Festival Walks & Tours

Bath Photo Wildlife Walk

SMALL dragonfly

Explore Bath’s wonderful wildlife through the lens. Bring a camera and prepare to be amazed! The walk will be led by photographer Kate Southall who organises the regular free Bath Photo Walk across the city. If you take any particularly good wildlife photos on the walk, why not send them in to our Connect with Nature photo competition?

Photo walk at 12.30pm. Meet near the bandstand

Wildlife Walk with Bath Natural History Society

Field vole by Ian Redding of Bath Natural History Society

Field vole by Ian Redding of Bath Natural History Society

Discover the incredible wildlife that shares your city on a wild adventure through Royal Victoria Park with local naturalists from Bath Natural History Society. Click here to find out more about the Society and the many species that can be found even in the heart of the city. If you take any photographs of wildlife during the walk, why not enter them for our Connect with Nature photo competition?

Walks at 1pm and 2.30pm. Meet near the Bandstand.

Bath Organic Group Garden TourBath Organic Group

Bath Organic Group was set up in 1986, and in 1990 took over half an acre of derelict land nobody wanted. Set in the Lower Common West Allotments by Royal Victoria Park playground, it’s now a productive fruit, vegetable and flower garden with an orchard, ponds, earth oven, play area and much more. Come and take a tour of this blooming green space in the group’s Silver Jubilee year and find out about their work. Click here to go to the group’s website

Tours at 2pm and 3pm. Meet near the bandstand