The gallery at Oriel y Parc displays changing exhibitions from national collections with a connection to landscape. The Visitor Centre presents the opportunity to learn about the National Park through the arts and the work of artists.

A new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre uncovers worms of all shapes and sizes, from the everyday earthworm to the extraordinary bone eating snot flower.

Discover the mind-blowing diversity of worms from the collections of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales. Learn how important the humble worm is for our soils and environment.

This session is suitable for classes who would like to complement their learning in a wide range of curriculum topics with a fascinating experience.
Hosted by the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Oriel y Parc plus a National Park Ranger, pupils will learn about worms by taking part in a variety of activities:

  • Explore the gallery space and specimens on display
  • Discovery activities: storytelling, worm wording, collage creation, worm racing and worm charming
  • A soil and worm science investigation.

Session available until June 28 2020.

Booking and costs

Session price: £4.50 per pupil (minimum charge £75).

A limited number of (£150) travel bursaries are available for schools towards transport costs.

 

Transport costs

A limited number of (£150) travel bursaries are available for schools towards transport costs.

To book now contact National Park Authority Education Ranger Tom Bean.

Wriggle exhibition at Oriel y Parc, St Davids