The Wild Escape event: Earth Day 2023

Brading Roman Villa, Brading
22 April 2023
10.30am - 3pm

The Wild Escape exhibition event and activity day. Exhibition of artwork created by local children using the museum artefacts and nature as their inspiration. Free activities across the day taking place outside in the grounds.

Together with hundreds of museums, schools & families this year on Earth Day 2023 we'll be celebrating UK wildlife & creativity.

As part of the celebrations, we’ll be exhibiting artwork created by local school children using natural materials found around the site of Brading Roman Villa and inspired by the images of wildlife and nature found within the museum artefacts and Roman mosaics.

The work will be brought together in one epic exhibition which imagines a better future for the wildlife on our doorstep.

We will also be joined on the day by:

  • Butterfly Conservation

  • Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

  • Kathy Grogan - Learning Wild

  • IW Natural History & Archaeological Society

Free activities taking place outside in the grounds, free parking and reduced museum entrance on the day.

Museum Entry: Adults £3 Child £1.50

Be part of The Wild Escape, a nationwide celebration of UK nature inspired by the wildlife found in museum and galleries. The Wild Escape is made possible with support from Arts Council England’s National Lottery Project Grants, with additional support from Bloomberg Philanthropies, Kusuma Trust, Foyle Foundation and a group of generous individuals and trusts. 

How to get there

Brading Roman Villa

Morton Old Road, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0PH

Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm (last entry 3pm)

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