Monday 28 September 2020

Autumn Festival at Painswick Rococo Garden

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Head to Painswick Rococo Garden this October for an autumn trail, tastings and family fun.

Celebrate all things autumn at Painswick Rococo Garden from Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 October 2019 when the Autumn Festival promises a great day out for the whole family.

Bringing together the best of the harvest, the festival will include tastings, displays and an autumn trail around the beautiful garden. Families can also get involved by baking an apple on the open fire and seeing the produce from Rococo’s apple juicing project.

With entry to the Autumn Festival included in the admission price, families can roam around the glorious garden, run wild in the maze or stop for a bite to eat at the on-site café.

For more information about the event, head to rococogarden.org.uk directly.

Event:
Autumn Festival
Venue
Painswick Rococo Garden
Dates:
Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 October 2019
Times:
From 10.30am to 3pm
Admission:
Normal admission fees apply which are from £8.95 for adults and £4 for children aged between four and 16.
Telephone:
(01452) 813204

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