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Jubilee Celebration for May half term at Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park, Dyrham, Gloucestershire, SN14 8HY

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Celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee at Dyrham Park this May half term! 

You can try a kings and queens trail, with lots of facts on the various monarchs who reigned when William Blathwayt, who created the Dyrham Park we know today, was working in government. You'll be able to use your face to appear as King William or Queen Mary in peep-through boards.

There will be a selection of traditional fairground and garden games, bunting galore, local music and a jubilee memories station. Each day there will be different nature activities for children, such as seed-planting, decorating nature crowns and nature trails. Plant sales will also take place on selected days, as well as the chance to picnic among nature in the orchard.

The event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue. 

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Road Directions

Find out about the latest on the roads and get travel directions from TravelWest.info
Bath is operating a charging Clean Air Zone. Owners of all higher emission vehicles – except private cars and motorbikes – will need to pay to drive in the city centre. To check if you need to pay or to apply for an exemption or discount, go to bathnes.gov.uk/BathCAZ
 

Public Transport Directions

For comprehensive information about getting here by public transport, please visit TravelWest.info
Bath is operating a charging Clean Air Zone. Owners of all higher emission vehicles – except private cars and motorbikes – will need to pay to drive in the city centre. To check if you need to pay or to apply for an exemption or discount, go to bathnes.gov.uk/BathCAZ
 
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