- Thursday, June 25th 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Visitors can enjoy a special educational outing that will complement any visit to the Elizabethan Gardens with this program that’s designed with young vacationers in mind. “Helpful Bugs” shines a spotlight on some of the most common residents at the gardens, and is an interactive, educational, and fun adventure that kids and parents alike will effortlessly enjoy.
The name of this weekly program says it all, as “Helpful Bugs” focuses on how a wide variety of bugs can actually help gardens grow and flowers bloom. During the active one-hour program, kids will learn all about these bugs from the ground up, and will also embark on a scavenger hunt the whole family will enjoy, with a special prize reward at the end. The program also features a buggy craft, as well as a light snack for all participants, and the event is open to the public and is free with admission to the Elizabethan Gardens. Open to just 20 participants, visitors will want to arrive early to secure a spot and to make sure they can attend this fun and engaging event. With lots of fascinating information and fun to go around, this kid-friendly program is a great way for visitors to discover the Elizabethan Gardens.