Bat Walks

Join one of our rangers as they take you on a walk to spot some of our bats

  • Booking essential

We have various species of bats at Dinefwr but you are unlikely to have seen them if you have visited during the day. On our bat walks a ranger will accompany you to the favourite spots for our bats and hopefully you will catch a glimpse of one of them flying around the dusky sky.

The ticket price includes a seasonal soup, hot drink and bat

biscuit.

Booking is essential for these walks. Please call the visitor centre to book your spot.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • All £10.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01558 824512
Suitability
Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event.
Meeting point
Meet at the visitor centre
What to bring and wear
Please dress appropriately for the weather

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
30 August 2019 18:00 - 21:00 Available
6 September 2019 18:00 - 21:00 Available

Contact Info

Name
Dinefwr Park and Castle
Email
dinefwr@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01558 824512/823902

Upcoming events

Tractor Tuesdays

Tue 20 Aug 2019
12:00-13:00
Join us every Tuesday of the summer holidays on a tractor tour to get up close with our White Park Cattle

Conservation in Action: Newton House

Wed 21 Aug 2019
13:30-14:30
Go behind the scenes at Newton House and see our team of conservators at work.

50 things Summer Academy

Thu 22 Aug 2019
13:00-15:00
Every Thursday for the 6 weeks of the summer holiday join us to tick off one of your 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾… your adventure starts here!

Walk and Talk: The Plight of the Bumblebee

Fri 23 Aug 2019
13:30-14:30
They are one of our most important pollinators yet agricultural changes, damage to habitat and rising temperatures are putting them under threat.

Bank Holiday Tractor Tours

Mon 26 Aug 2019
12:00-13:00
Every bank holiday Monday we will be running tractor tours to get up close with our White Park cattle.

House Conservation Short Talks

Mon 26 Aug 2019
14:00-14:30
Ever wondered what it takes to protect and conserve a 17th century mansion and its collection?