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Events at Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest - Download an activity and start exploring today
Free event for on Everyday self-led activities

Bedgebury National Pinetum will be a hive of activity in the summer. Wildlife thrives in the long grasses, lakes and streams as well as the foliage of Bedgebury's trees! 

Get outdoors and try one of our self led family activities for a fun day out in the pinetum, home to the National Collection of Conifers. You can bring these activities along to Bedgebury or use them to explore the natural world on your doorstep, in your local park or a nearby green space.

Download an activity today and bring it along to discover the special trees at Bedgebury.

Trees from around the world - What3words

Bedgebury’s tree collection is home to a range of conifers from around the world. But can you find out more about where some of them come from?

Use the ‘what3words’ website or download the app to match the location of some of Bedgebury’s iconic trees to their relatives in the wild.

Download what3words on iOS  Download what3words on Android

What3words is an independent third party application. Please check their full privacy policy and FAQs before signing up.

Cones in the park

You will be amazed to discover just how many different conifers you can see in your local parks, gardens and on walks.

Download this activity sheet to spot them whilst you're outdoors or visiting Bedgebury Pinetum.

Have a tree-mendous day out

You can combine the Trees from around the world and Cones in the park activities when you visit Bedgebury Pinetum. At the same time you'll be able to spot the Gruffalo and his friends who are hidden around the pinetum. Or explore further in to Bedgebury forest on our plant hunter themed play trail, hire a bike to ride the family cycle trail or swing by Go Ape for a tree top adventure.

Please remember whilst you're exploring Bedgebury not to climb in our trees. You'll see many of the trees in the pinetum are in cages, this means that they're young specimens with especially delicate branches!