UK Fungus Day map

Until UK Fungus Day 2019

  • Bringing Academics, Educators, Enthusiasts & Families together
  • Raising public awareness of fungi & fungal science
  • Events will be held across the UKat Botanic Gardens, Museums, Science Centres, Univerisites & nature reserves
  • Forging links with Industry & Academia
  • Providing a platform for public engagement with fungal science
  • Five reasons why fingi have shaped the world

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Museums & Tourist Attractions

If you work in a museum, gallery, nature reserve, park, garden or other tourist attraction, you can take part in UK Fungus Day. Here is a selection of ideas that your venue could do to engage you visitors.

Families & Children

Become a fungus detective, learn how fungi put the bubbles in bread and grow your own mushrooms on toilet rolls. Why not take the family along to a local UK Fungus day event?

Artists, Designers & Photographers

Are you fascinated by the beauty and diversity of fungi? Are you interested in learning more about how to use fungi in art and design? Would you like to exhibit your work at a UK Fungus Day event?

Higher Education & Research Institutes

Many fungal biologists are organising talks and demonstrations for UKFD 2016. Meet the scientists performing the latest research into fungal biology and learn about their work.


Are you a teacher or an educator and keen to bring fungal science into the classroom? Find out how your school can get involved in UK Fungus Day.

Fungi in the wild

Do you enjoy exploring the wild? Would you like to be shown the natural world of fungi or do you have expertise you can share with others?


Is your business involved in fungal science, biotechnology, healthcare, agriculture or mushroom cultivation? Find out how your business can get involved in UK Fungus Day? How can UK Fungus Day work with you?

Journalists & Media

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