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Family friendly | Festivals | Sports | Outdoor

Walking Through Autumn Festival

Enjoy a series of guided walks and self-guided walks around the Island walking to and nearby National Trust sites and properties. Enjoy themed walks such as wildflower walks, nature and bird tours and heritage and town trails.

  • Seasonal opening
07/09/2022 - 11/09/2022
Details

Price: Up to £10

More Information

Visitors can enjoy ‘behind the scenes’ opportunities such as afternoon tea in a walled garden and visits to historic properties en route. The Walking through Autumn Festival offers over 20 walks that take place in several National Trust sites around the island. Participants can enjoy themed walks such as a low water archaeological walk, coastal and inland foraging, heritage trails around St. Lawrence and Trinity, nature walks, a bat walk around St. Peter’s Valley at sunset and even Forest Bathing!

Meeting Point: Various
Price: Free for Members, £10 Non-Members per walk

Dates
  • September:
  • 7th September 2022
  • 8th September 2022
  • 9th September 2022
  • 10th September 2022
  • 11th September 2022
Opening Information

We are open:
September

Key Features
  • Outdoor
  • Family friendly
  • Catering

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National Trust for Jersey

The National Trust for Jersey currently safeguards a variety of historic buildings including cottages, farms, water mills and military buildings; and currently manage over 170 important natural and historical sites. Whilst the Trust’s historic building work is well known, the majority of Trust sites are parcels of land managed for wildlife.

Free entry