Bat Walk

A fascinating chance to have a close encounter with Hidcote's local bat population.

  • Booking essential

Join us at Hidcote for an exciting evening in the garden, learning about and listening to our native bats.

We'll begin the evening with a short presentation, after which we will explore the garden armed with bat detectors to see what we can find.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • Adult £15.00
  • Child £10.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01386 438333
Suitability
Suitable for children 5+
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet in the main visitor courtyard.
What to bring and wear
Sensible footwear and suitable warm, or waterproof clothing for walking in the garden.
Accessibility
Some areas of the garden are not suitable for wheelchair access.
Other
Please note - bats don't like wet and windy weather, it costs them a lot of energy to hunt so if it's bad weather they tend to stay inside. In the event of bad weather, this walk will be cancelled. We will contact you should the event not go ahead.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
15 September 2018 18:30 - 20:30 Available

Contact Info

Name
Hidcote
Email
hidcote@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01386 438 333

Upcoming events

Unearthing Hidcote

Sun 24 Jun 2018
10:00-17:00
Unearthing Hidcote is a brand new exhibition series launching in 2018. The previously closed doors to the chapel will be open inviting visitors to engage with lesser known stories of Hidcote.

Summer at Hidcote

Sun 01 Jul 2018
10:00-17:00
There's plenty to do in the garden this summer.

Outdoor Photography Workshop

Thu 05 Jul 2018
07:30-13:30
Discover the art of outdoor photography with acclaimed landscape photographer, Sarah Howard and experience the many delights that Hidcote has to offer the photographer.

Head Gardener's Private Evening Tour

Thu 26 Jul 2018
18:00-21:30
Join Head Gardener, Sarah Malleson, for an exclusive tour of the garden in the early evening.

Bat Walk

Sat 15 Sep 2018
18:30-20:30
A fascinating chance to have a close encounter with Hidcote's local bat population.