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February half term is only just around the corner, so we’ve rounded up the best activities happening in the area to save the kids from boredom and provide plenty of inspiration!
From energetic toddlers to moody teenagers, there are plenty of activities to keep everyone happy.
Make sure to follow our social media channels to keep updated with what’s happening in Worcestershire – @visitworcestershire
1. Hey Duggee at West Midland Safari Park
Hey Duggee is appearing at one of Worcestershire’s top attractions from 22nd – 24th February. The CBeebies favourite will be making appearances for a Meet & Greet or a sing-a-long activity at their indoor venue, Treetops Pavilion.
Included within the admission price is entry to the Safari Drive-through, where visitors can see amazing animals such as lions, rhinos, giraffes and tigers. Plus access to the Discovery Trail with animatronic dinosaurs, animal encounters and their latest new exhibit, Red Panda Retreat.
For older kids, the Adventure Theme Park reopens at the start of the February half term with over 20 thrilling rides.
Dates: 22nd – 24th February
Prices: From £20.00 per person
2. ‘I Spy’ Trail at Bodenham Arboretum
That winter chill is still in the air so wrap up warm and enjoy the five miles of woodland which Bodenham Arboretum has to offer!
The Arboretum is a popular attraction for family rambles so add even more enjoyment to your visit with the ‘I Spy’ trail. Find the hidden items around the site and expect mystery and lots of fun.
Don’t forget your spyglass and make sure to engage your creative brains!
Dates: Saturday 19th February – Sunday 27th February
Prices: From £3.50 per person
3. Light Night – Worcester
Come out to play at Light Night 2022! The Arches Worcester Festivals are creating a playground in the streets of Worcester.
Immersive and interactive artworks alongside intriguing and playful performances will bring light, joy and fun to the dark nights.
To help with your planning there is a map of the light displays.
Dates: 23rd & 24th February
4. Little Owl Farm Park
Nothing beats a family visit to the farm park! Little Owl Farm Park is a fun-filled day out with lots of learning experiences.
There are plenty of animals to see including foxes, meerkats, alpacas, deer, wallabies and much more. Not forgetting a soft play area, go-karting, nature trail and climbing wall.
The farm park has fantastic offers with their winter saver ticket. Making that typically expensive day out more affordable.
Dates: Open throughout February half term
Prices: From £7.50 per person
5. Enchanted Castle – Hartlebury Castle
Princes and princesses are needed at Hartlebury Castle this February half term to take part in the Enchanted Castle trail. Dress to impress and make sure your favourite fairy tale outfits are ready (adults as well)!
Once visitors have completed the trail, guests can drop in at any time and create enchanted themed crafts. Hayley’s Kitchen will also be open offering a variety of hot and cold food, including cakes and coffee.
Another budget-friendly day out with a variety of activities and access to the Bishop’s Palace, Worcestershire County Museum and Castle Grounds. The castle also offers a family ticket for £32.00.
Dates: 22nd February – 25th February
Prices: From £6.50 per person (£2.50 per child for craft activities)
We would love to see your February half term adventures so please tag @visitworcestershire in your social media posts and we will share our favourites!