Enjoy a fun family day out in a safe and stimulating outdoor setting at Celtic Harmony Camp, a hidden gem in the Hertfordshire countryside, with its thatched roundhouses located in a beautiful native woodland.
We are delighted to welcome back family visitors this summer and have put measures in place to keep you safe on your visit from limiting visitor numbers, staggered entry slots, one way quest trail and social distancing.
Explore the woods, visit the Stone Age Cave, make your own cave painting; displays from Friction Fire lighting to Stone Age Tool Talk; craft a Celtic Dream Catcher and a prehistoric pot; practise your aim on the Mammoth in the Hunting Zone and listen to a story around the fire.
There is no picnicking and we accept guide dogs only as Celtic Harmony Camp, Bourne Wood is a Conservation area. Freshly made food, such as pizza and cheesy pasta, is available from the café or the outdoor kitchen and can be enjoyed in one of the eating areas.
We are open Wednesday to Sunday from the 8th July, all visits must be pre-booked so we can manage visitor numbers and keep your day out safe, if you do not pre-book you will unfortunately be turned away.
£10/person. First entry slot is at 10am and we close at 5pm.
Limited spaces, organise your special Family Day Out online today at www.celticharmony.org