Members’ Terrarium Workshop
with Terrarium London
Join London Terrariums for a magical evening in the Garden Room learning to make your own Tinyjohn Terrarium.
You will also learn how a terrarium works; how these self-contained ecosystems survive so well on their own and how to look after them.
We will start with a short introduction explaining the history and science that goes into building a terrarium, from the different plants you can use to why activated charcoal has become an essential for us.
Then it is up to you guys to get your hands in there and build your own!
Ask us any questions you have and by the end of the session you will have your own exciting miniature garden to take away and watch develop over the next months and years.
All contents, Jar and tools are supplied. You will be sent home with a hand screen printed London Terrariums tote bag to pop your terrarium in and also a care guide with our details on if you have any further questions.
We are holding two workshops: Tuesday 5 June and Wednesday 25 July, 19:00-21:00.
The workshops will last approximately 2 hours.
The Barbican Conservatory is located on Level 3, if you’re coming from inside the main Barbican building.
From the Barbican highwalks, follow signs to the ‘Barbican Centre’. Walking from Barbican tube station, you’ll see a steps with ‘Art Gallery’ above them, these will lead you up to the Sculpture Court where you'll see a sign for the Conservatory.
Silk Street, London
The Barbican is widely accessible by bus, tube, train and by foot or bicycle. Plan your journey and find more route information in ‘Your Visit’ or book your car parking space in advance.
The Conservatory is on the gallery floor (level 3), reached via the main lifts. Access Automatic glass doors (120cm wide) lead outside from the gallery floor and continue down a ramp (1:12). The Conservatory is on your right, entered through double doors (135cm wide). The Sculpture Court is on your left, up three steps or via a ramp.
Limited access for wheelchair users and people with restricted mobility due to steps in some areas.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
For more access information, please visit our Accessibility section.