Bath Takeover on Milsom Street | Festival of Nature 2024

Saturday 8 June, 11 am - 5 pm

Milsom Street, Bath

Suitable for all ages

Festival of Nature is returning to Bath City Centre - and greening up Milsom Street! 

Come down to Bath’s grand high street for an exciting day of free family-friendly nature stalls, special guest talks and shows, drop-in interactive activities, storytelling, crafts and more.

There will be lots of opportunities to learn about the natural world and how you can help it flourish, with a host of local and national organisations all along Milsom Street.

In addition to the activities along Milsom Street, check out our Talks and Performances Programme at the nearby Bath Assembly Rooms.

Bath Central Library on Milsom Street - Nature Themed Fun

Join the Bath and North East Somerset Libraries Team for nature themed story times and crafting activities. Chat to the team about your nearest library, becoming a member and what’s on offer.

Visit the stall to collect a library-based nature trail. Perfect for tiny explorers!

Festivals are busy places- so if you are feeling overwhelmed, need a sit down or somewhere quiet, visit Bath Central Library. Our free Sensory space will be open 10am - 4pm for drop ins - book through a member of staff.


The event will take place along Milsom Street, on a hard standing level
surface. All exhibit areas are wheelchair and buggy accessible.

The closest public toilets are at the entrance to Charlotte Street Car Park,
a 5min walk away. Further information on public toilets can be found here:

There are no hearing loops onsite.

Guide dogs and hearing dogs are very welcome.

Free parking for Blue Badge holders is available at Charlotte Street Car Park,
which has 24 disabled spaces:

A quiet, sensory space is available at Bath Central Library from 10am - 4pm.

We’d be happy to answer your accessibility questions at

Click here to check out other events in this year's Festival of Nature programme

Festival of Nature is produced annually by the charity, The Natural History Consortium. The Natural History Consortium is a collaboration between Avon Wildlife Trust, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council, BBC, Bristol City Council, Bristol Zoological Society, Defra, Forestry England, National Trust, Natural England, University of Bath, University of Bristol, University of the West of England, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, and Woodland Trust.