Prinknash Gardens, formerly Prinknash Bird Park

Wednesdays from 28th October to 2nd December 2020

Between 10am and 4pm


Prinknash Autumn20For those who have been shielding and are in need of a private, quiet space to get out and about and enjoy nature for up to an hour.

Come along and enjoy this beautiful location, perhaps also completing our self-guided autumn nature trail, our mindfulness trail, or simply enjoying the peace, quiet and stunning autumn colours.

Bookings are for one hour per group and advance booking is essential - each hour gives exclusive use to single households or groups of up to 6 people.  There will also be an indoor space available in case of inclement weather.

Bookings close each Friday for the following Wednesday and are strictly limited to allow for full COVID compliance.

Prinknash Gardens are currently a ‘landscape in transition’ and so access is sadly limited for those with limited mobility.

Full details and terms will be provided on booking, or on request.

Ring us on 01453 753358 to book a place or for more information - please be aware that our answerphone is not accessible to us to hear messages at the moment.


Stratford Park outside the Museum in the ParkAutumn tree trail

Sunday 1st November

Follow our autumn trail of Stratford Park and find some of our spectacular trees.

Pick up a tree trail from us outside the Museum in the Park between 2 pm and 4pm

Follow the trail and find the answer to the hidden puzzle.

Suitable for all the family!

FREE event - however donations are really appreciated.

Phone 01453 753358 if you would like any further information.


If you’d like to visit the Museum, please book a timed appointment online at




Outside of Museum in the Park, Stratford Park, StroudPumpkin competition 2018

Sunday 1 November


Pumpkin drop off : 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Have a go at creating your own spectacular carved pumpkin at home or school then drop it off at the Museum courtyard between 2.30 and 4.30pm.

When you drop off your pumpkin you can book a slot to view the pumpkin trail between 5.30 and 6.30pm.

Trail viewing is by appointment only, or you can view the trail online if you prefer!

There will be a virtual prize giving for the best primary entrant, the best 11+ entrant and best family entrant.

Make sure to bring a battery-operated tealight to light up your pumpkin, or you can buy one from us on the day for 50p.

FREE event - however donations are really appreciated.

Call 01453 753358 if you would like any further information.

If you’d like to visit the Museum, please book a timed appointment online at

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

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