Discover and explore the Royal Parks this spring!
- Join us at one of our FREE family Discovery Days
Taking place every Wednesday and Thursday during the school holidays at our Education Centre in the heart of Hyde Park, your family will be treated to free and exciting nature inspired activities!
From pond dipping; designing a hedgehog friendly habitat; following our spring nature discovery trail and getting creative with our nature based arts and crafts, you’re sure to find something the whole family will enjoy!
- Drop your young adventurer off for a day of nature exploration
Nature Explorers is the perfect place for your 8-11-year-old to have a fun, outdoor day of exploration during the school holidays at our beautiful Education Centre!
Each day will explore a different topic, taking inspiration from the magical world of nature. There’ll be lots of activities to keep your Nature Explorer busy including: pond dipping; discovering how birds make their nests and planting vegetables in our allotment.
At the end of each day they’ll be awarded a Nature Explorers Club badge and passport - every time your intrepid explorer visits our Education Centre they will get a brand-new stamp!
- Discover the hidden secrets of London’s historic Royal Parks on a Walking Tour
From discovering Hyde Park’s native bats, meeting our resident pelicans and getting an exclusive look inside the Metropolitan Police horse stables, there is so much to discover!
Our walking tours let you experience the Royal Parks from a whole new perspective - you'll learn more, see more, discover more and experience more than you ever thought possible.
- Escape the hustle and bustle of London with a relaxing Vinyasa Flow Yoga session
This dynamic outdoor session in our beautiful garden is all about letting go of stress and tension. You’ll learn tips and techniques to help you lead a more meaningful, fulfilling, happier life.
Mercedes Sieff, Yeotown Founder and qualified Positive Psychology Coach, will guide you through a fluid, creative, Vinyasa Flow Yoga class before introducing you to the principles of Positive Psychology commonly known as ‘The Science of Happiness’.