Pulborough WildArt Trail

You won't hear the giant speaking if your phone is on silent!

Unique and totally enthralling trail! Prepare to be mesmerised(!) as you are guided by the friendly Pulborough Giant (a 3D augmented reality (AR) character) and introduced to some local wildlife.


* Captivating for children and adults alike

* Original - we'd never done anything like it!

* Fun and educational interactive wildlife quiz 

* Take a selfie with the giant!

* High quality sculptures and way markers

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KEY INFO:

ADMISSION:

FREE!!

SUITABLE FOR

LOCATION:

RSPB Pulborough Brooks, Wiggonholt, Pulborough, RH20 2EL

PARKING:

Free parking

AMENITIES:

DISTANCE:

The full trail is 4 km each way, but linear, so you can turn around when you wish.

OPEN:

All day, every day! RSPB Visitor Centre closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

How it works:

1) Download the free Pulborough WildArt app to your phone.  

2) Press 'Start Scan' when you find an owl marker and watch the Giant appear!


The trail is approximately 4 km each way - from the RSPB nature reserve, across Pulborough Brooks and through the village to Pulborough station. Or vice versa! The way marks en route helpfully state approximately how long (in mins) it will take to reach the end of the trail.


We had lunch in a lovely cafe (Little Bean), which we found as we entered the village from Pulborough Brooks. They had a children's menu and dogs were welcome too. A small Londis shop was located just across the street from here. Aside from a small station refreshment stand and a fish and chip shop (located close to the station), we did not come across any other options for a lunchtime meal.


If undertaking the trail in reverse (from Pulborough station), then the cafe at the RSPB nature reserve would be an excellent option for refreshments. 


Toilets are located at the RSPB Visitor Centre and Pulborough station. There are no other public conveniences en route.

 

We visited at the end of November, after an unusually wet period. Wellies were a must(!) as parts of the walk were boggy and extremely muddy. 


Dogs are welcome!

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