The Wild Fair is a celebration of all things wildlife and kick starts the Oxford Festival of Nature.
For the past three years, for a day in June, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History has hosted thousands of visitors to discover more about the non-human residents of the City, from creepy crawlies to bird of prey. There have even been some more exotic guests including wolves and crocodiles!
Join us this year on Saturday 2 June, we've got lots planned!
Take a look at the fun we had at the Wild Fair 2016
In June 2016 the Wild Fair event attracted over 7,500 people who joined us at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. This year we added a mini-meadow and wolves to our line-up!
Take a look at the fun we had at the Wild Fair 2015
In June 2015, over 4,500 visitors came to the Wild Fair, the first Festival of Nature event hosted by the University Museum. The event took over the museum and lawns and provided a whole day of wildlife fun.
See what we got upto at the first BBOWT organised Wild Fair in 2014
The event took place in Cutteslowe park, we created our first pop-up wildlife garden and invited the local community to find out which creatures lived on their doorstep