Explore the outdoors as a family with guided nature programming! We’ve added a handful of NEW Family Fun Days dates to help you get outside over the holidays. (Space is limited, pre-registration required)
- December 20: Conifer Curiosity. What makes an evergreen an evergreen? Just what is a conifer, anyway? Join our nature guide as you learn about these trees and the stories that have surrounded them through the seasons.
- December 22: Season’s Tweetings. Join us on a nature walk featuring the birds of the season. Learn who’s here this time of year, learn some bird songs, then take a hike to test out your calls. Who knows, you may just call birds in to you!
- December 23: Festive Frolic. Explore our Arboretum with your family as you learn about RBG in the winter. Hike through our woodlands and learn the stories of the season.
- December 27: Who’s Been Here? There are more animals active in the winter than you think. Learn how to interpret the clues animals leave behind to see who’s been here before you!
- December 29: Winter Wander. Join us for a walk during the coldest season of the year. Learn how plant and animals prepare for winter and keep warm despite the dropping temperatures.
- December 30: Sensational Squirrels. Do squirrels hibernate? What does a squirrel home look like? How do squirrels hide their food? Answer these questions and more as our nature guides teach us about how squirrels ready themselves for the winter season.
- December 31: NYE at RBG. What better way to spend the last day of the year than with your family at RBG? Come join us for a walk through the woods to explore New Year’s Eve traditions around the world.
Pre-Registration Required. $12 Child (4 to 12 years), free child (3 and under), $18 Adult + Service Fee
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Here is what RBG is doing to keep you safe:
- All staff wear masks or face coverings.
- All high touch point surfaces are sanitized regularly.
- Signage is posted to help visitors find their way around our gardens safely so they can physically distance from other guests.
- Limiting program sizes to prevent overcrowding.
- Distancing of tables at all restaurant facilities to ensure safe dining.
Here is what you can do to make your visit safe:
- Wear a mask or other face covering when you cannot physically distance from others and during programs.
- Follow the directional signage and one-way paths on trails and in the gardens. Please step off the trail to let others pass, avoid congregating on narrow paths, and hike in small groups.
- Be courteous to others during your visit. For example, using benches that are being provided as rest areas and please give priority to elderly persons, persons with disabilities, and pregnant women.
For up-to-date information, please visit rbg.ca/covid-19-policies-and-procedures