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What's on

Advanced Digital Photography Course
Gain expertise and confidence with more complex digital photography techniques to take stunning landscape photographs.
Benath Our Feet: Family event
This Easter discover the amazing mini-beasts that live in the soil and leaf litter beneath our feet and create mud crafts to take away.
Coppice Open Days
Join our coppice team on the last Sunday of each month to learn more about how we take care of the woodland through coppicing.
Creative Landscape Photography Workshop
Discover your inner artist and develop your creative eye in this fun and challenging one day photography workshop.
Firewood Sales
An opportunity to buy firewood produced as part of Westonbirt's routine tree management.
Hot Air Balloon Flights
Enjoy a Hot Air Balloon Flights over Westonbirt Arboretum and the surrounding countryside
Light Between the Trees: Exhibition
Visit Caroline Payne and Lorna Hitchen's superb paintings of Westonbirt, dogs and all things relating to our beautiful countryside.
Secrets of Silk Wood guided walk
Take in the sights of Silk Wood.
Watercolour Inspirations: Exhibition
Wiltshire artist Carole Ingram's passion is watercolour and she'll be showcasing her unique work in the Great Oak Hall at Westonbirt Arboretum.
Wild Flower Guided Walks
Discover the beautiful flora and wild flower plants at Westonbirt
Wonders of Westonbirt Guided Walk
Discover the seasonal highlight of Westonbirt's Old Arboretum in this two hour guided walk

When is it on

Last updated: 11th January 2017

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