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Spring Foraging Workshop

Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Holywood, County Antrim, BT180EU
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Take a foraging walk with food and foraging expert Clare McQuillan and discover a treasure of edible surprises in the rural landscape of Ulster Folk Museum.

Clare will show you how to identify a range of plants, trees and fruits and teach you about wild plants and their place in the homes of Ulster's history. This foraging workshop and walk will be followed by a lunch inspired by seasonal foraged ingredients.

This is an outside, slow-paced walking event that will take place rain or shine so please wear suitable clothes and footwear. The workshop includes *lunch and general admission to the Ulster Folk Museum. 

 If you have any accessibility concerns or requirements please contact info@nationalmuseumsni.org in advance

This workshop is suitable for ages 16+

(*Please note the menu will be suitable for vegans and vegetarians.  Unfortunately other dietary requirements cannot be catered for due to the presence of allergens).

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  • On site parking
  • Station nearby

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Season (28 Apr 2024)
DayTimes
Sunday11:00 - 13:30

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