Butterfly spotting takes a little bit of patience. If you're very still and are careful not to cast a shadow over the butterflies you see you'll be in with a chance of getting close to, and identifying, these winged beauties.
Gardens are vibrant with colour and buzzing with life during the summer months. Use this spotter's guide to discover garden wildlife like bees hovering around flower heads and birds perching on fences.
Lacock Abbey, its grounds, the Fox Talbot Museum, Stable cafe and High Street shop are open, 10am-5pm.
For visits from 12 July you don’t need to book. For this weekend, booking is recommended to guarantee entry. You'll need to book your tickets by 3pm the day before your visit. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday. Visits to the house are limited to ensure social distancing and entry is not guaranteed on the day you visit.
Even bold adventurers don't need to go too far from home to tick off challenges from the '50 things' activity list. Here are our top ten ideas for activities that you can do in your own back garden, nearest park or outdoor green space.
Celebrate the simple pleasures with a walk around Lacock. We've pulled together some trails to help you find your way around.
Please be aware of grazing animals and wildlife in the surrounding fields: keep your dog on a lead and take your litter home with you.