It’s a bit on the quiet side just before October week, when all the autumn activities and days out will descend upon Glasgow. So, for the upcoming week, there’s not much to choose from if you’re looking for organised activities or days out. Of course, that doesn’t mean you can’t just do your own thing and enjoy nature at its most glorious. It doesn’t take organised activities to throw leaves, bury the kids in leaves or find the most colourful leaf!
At Finlaystone, you can go on a myths and legends walk on 8th October from 11am to 1pm. A countryside ranger will unveil the folklore associated with the local flora and fauna. The walk is included in the entry price which is £4 for adults and £3 for children 3 and over. Winter membership available which will pay off if you visit at least 3 times between now and March.
At the Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre you can enjoy the Singing Ringing Tree, a folk tale about a prince and his quest for the magic tree that can win the heart of a beautiful but vain princess. 8th October at 2pm bookings: 0141 339 6185.
As ever, if you know of a nature activity/event in and around Glasgow, please do share in the comments!