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As an early May Half Term approaches and with the weather (fingers crossed) looking good, here at Visit Worcestershire we have pulled together a list of attractions and events to keep you and the kids entertained:
Why not check out…
Bennetts Willow Barn – have activities on all week, from tractor bouncy castles, fancy dress discos and biscuit decorating!
Fancy a family friendly festival vibe? Why not book into Mello Festival based in Upton and see Rag ‘n’ Bone headline. From the 2nd – 5th June!
For a dose of Horrible History why not book tickets to see the Terrible Tudors at the Swan Theatre on 29th May or for a younger audience, The Queen’s Knickers on the 1st June.
Step back in time at Witley Court for their ‘Kids Rule’ event – celebrating the life of Queen Victoria, there is archery and costumed characters.
Get into the party spirit with the Safari Street Party at West Midland Safari Park – with stilt walkers, steel drums as well as the usual Safari highlights!
Want to celebrate the Jubilee weekend in all vintage glamour?
Head to the Severn Valley Railway for the ultimate celebration, with Paddington Bear taking up residency in the Engine Shed, Lancaster Bomber flybys as well as live music and fun for all…
Ever wanted to experience an escape room? Now is your chance!
Visit Top Escape Rooms this May half term and solve a series of clues to escape within 60 minutes.
Your aim is to escape with time to spare!
Visit Avoncroft Museum for their ‘Tale of Two Monarchs’ event, activities take place all week with a Garden Party planned for the Jubilee weekend!
The Wyre Forest, great for walks, pony treks, bike rides or following the Super Worm and Gruffalo trails. Access to the forest is free with parking from £2 on site.
Head to the Churchfields for an ice cream or take part in some of their half term activities:
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