Is Bedgebury open in lockdown?

Open every day from 8am until 8pm except Christmas Day.

How much does it cost to go to Bedgebury?

We do not have an admission fee into Bedgebury and the parking charge is per vehicle and allows a number of people entry to this beautiful, fun and important site.

Do I need to book to visit Bedgebury?

over a year ago. No. You only pay for parking on the day. over a year ago.

How much is it to park at Bedgebury?

You have to pay for parking which is £12 for a car for the whole day. There is no other specific entry fee.

Is westonbirt open in lockdown?

Popular beauty spot Westonbirt Arboretum is open to visitors throughout lockdown, with members of the public invited to go along, enjoy the space and get some vital fresh air and exercise during a difficult few weeks. Westonbirt Arboretum will remain open to you for outdoor recreation and exercise.

Will westonbirt be open during lockdown?

Westonbirt Arboretum has announced it will remain open throughout the national lockdown. From today, pubs, restaurants, entertainment venues and non-essential shops must shut and people must stay at home unless there is a specific reason to leave, until December 2.

Is Christmas at Bedgebury still open?

Opening times From Friday 19 November the trail opens at 4.30pm and from 8 December – 2 January 2022 first time slot at 4.15pm.

Are there toilets at Bedgebury?

Alternatively, become a Bedgebury member, which includes annual vehicle admission….Facilities and access.

Car park, toilets and accessible toilet Open – accessible toilet radar key operated
Bike Shop and Hire, Quench Cycles & Go Ape Open

How long does it take to walk around Bedgebury?

Bedgebury Forest Circular Walk is a 9.3 mile loop trail located near Cranbrook, Kent, England that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for nature trips and mountain biking. Users have reported that there is a fee of £13 to park at this trailhead.

How long does it take to walk around Bedgebury lights?

The trail takes about 1.5hrs to complete, although you are not limited to a time once on site.

Do you have to pay at Bedgebury?

We had a fun day out at Bedgebury Forest, we went Ape in the morning, went for a bike ride in the afternoon and topped the day off with the Gruffalo trail, which also gave us the chance to take in a few pines.

How do I pay at Bedgebury?

Our pay station machines are cashless and only accept contactless or chip and pin card payments. You can also pay for vehicle admission using the Glide app on your mobile phone once you arrive. Alternatively, become a Bedgebury member, which includes annual vehicle admission.

Where is Bedgebury National Pinetum and forest located?

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest is cared for by Forestry England. Bedgebury is located in the High Weald of Kent, it’s the perfect place for healthy outdoor activity.

How big is the Bedgebury Forest in Kent?

Bedgebury is located in the High Weald of Kent, it’s the perfect place for healthy outdoor activity. Bedgebury Forest covers around 20,000 square metres of forest and features trails for family cycling, mountain-biking, Go Ape, horse riding, walking and adventure play for all ages and abilities.

Can you take a dog to Bedgebury National Pinetum?

Dogs are welcome at Bedgebury, but please keep them on a lead when you are in the National Pinetum, car park and around the play areas. Only assistance dogs are allowed in the visitor centre, information office and café.

When is the best time to go to Bedgebury?

Join us at the most wonderful time of the year when over a million lights, twinkling reflections and seasonal sounds fill the air with festive fun at Bedgebury. Look forward to some together time with family and friends, as you discover sparkling tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections and our trees drenched in jewel-like colour.