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Wild Walks with Manchester Museum: Ardwick Climate Action Family Walk

Free. Booking opens soon.

13 Aug 2024 1:30 pm -3:00 pm

Free. Booking opens soon.

Wild Walks with Manchester Museum

Ardwick Climate Action Family Walk

Explore Manchester’s hidden wild areas with these walks as part of the Manchester Museum Wild exhibition.

Each walk will include a chance to get up close to nature, meet new people and explore themes of wildness in our city. Uncover the nature, wildlife and wild place on our doorstep.

Ardwick Climate Action have developed a Green Route walk showcasing the routes and green spaces that they have established and signed around the Brunswick Area which is only a short walk from Manchester Museum. This Wild Walk has been designed to prove that Green walks are possible in our inner urban areas.

Join a family walk, spotting bugs and minibeasts that you can find in Manchester.

Be inspired by local action to create a healthier place for people and planet.

Book your free place to attend.

Led by Ardwick Climate Action and Manchester Museum.



Meet and at 1.30pm at Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester. M13 9SX
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The Walk will finish at 3.00pm at Brunswick Parish Church.

If you would like to meet at Manchester Museum to walk to the start of the walk, meet at 1.15pm.
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Walk is mainly on pavements, some of which may be uneven. Suitable for users of wheelchairs and buggies. Toilet facilities at Brunswick Parish Church.

Free. Booking opens soon.

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