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Following latest advice from Government, we are no longer organising public events for Earth Hour and are encouraging communities instead to find ways to take part online and at home.

Earth Hour Online

This year, there are lots of ways that you can take part in Earth Hour from home and join a global movement of people who care about our planet!

WWF Earth Hour Quiz 

Saturday 28th March, 8.30pm - 9.30pm.

Join us on Facebook Live and put your knowledge to the test on wildlife, Earth Hour and our amazing natural world. Let’s get quizzical!  

Secret Sunrise x Earth Hour

Saturday 28th March, 8.30pm - 9.30pm.

Join hundreds of people for a virtual Secret Sunrise experience and massive dance party- right from your living room! Learn more here.

Virtual bike ride with iBike London

Got an exercise bike at home? Great! Join us for our one-hour cycle for our planet, hosted by our friends at IBikeLondon. Register here.

Meditation with Rebecca Hickin 

Saturday 28th March, 8.30pm - 9pm.

Join Yoga specialist Rebecca Hickin on Facebook Live, where she will be leading a meditation workshop and talk about why meditation and reconnecting with nature is so important for our mental health. Tune in, learn something new and join us in the fight for our world!   

Help us tell a story

Saturday 28th March, 8.30pm - 9.30pm.

Humans are born story tellers. That’s why for #EarthHourWales on 28 March we’d love you to help us finish our story - using shadows! 
Grab any household item & a lamp or phone torch and create your best shadow to add your voice to the story, then take a picture and share with us. 

WWF School Quiz with Ella Major  

Saturday 28th March, 2pm-3pm.

Give yourself a break and the kids some entertainment with our WWF School Quiz.  The quiz will happen over on Facebook and be lead by Ella Major, a secondary schoolteacher from Marlborough with a passion for teaching and sustainable living.

Morning Gloryville Online Rave for Earth Hour

Sunday 29th March, 11am-1pm.

Join us at the first ever online sober and interactive Morning Gloryville Rave!. Come along to our virtual club and show us your moves from the comfort of your home. This will be an interactive experience with a live DJ set from our incredible DJ Caz Coronel and a few other exciting surprises too! Tickets available here.

Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery: Virtual Tour of ‘Among the Trees’

Be inspired by nature this Earth Hour with a virtual tour of Among the Trees at Southbank Centre's Hayward Gallery. Spanning the past 50 years, the exhibition brings together major works by 38 leading international artists from five different continents. The exhibition explores how trees have shaped human civilisation and how they continue to play an indispensable role in our lives and imaginations.

Stargaze: a guided virtual tour

Our skies are quieter than usual this Earth Hour. Take a guided stargazing tour on Twitter 8-9pm by following #FamilyStarGazeWithMark. See if you can spot the International Space Station going over at 8.30pm!

Tune in on Spotify

Get grooving and dance or sing the night away with our Official #EarthHour playlist, or relax and meditate to some nature sounds.


Other Things to do at home

Whether you're a music fan, bookworm or board-game lover, there's lots of things you can do at home for Earth Hour.

Learn more


The big switch off 

Across the UK

Lots of other landmarks in London and in cities around the country will be supporting Earth Hour, including:

  • The London Eye
  • Harrods
  • The Gherkin
  • Blackpool Tower
  • National Theatre
  • Houses of Parliament
  • Caerphilly Castle
  • Caernarfon Castle
  • Edinburgh Castle