What to do this February Half Term
Keeping children occupied for an entire week can be a difficult task for parents. With February half term around the corner, we’ve gathered a few activities that could be useful or just inspirational at the least!
Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester
A great museum filled with everything to do with science and technology that will surely keep the children entertained for the day. Plus, this half term, step back in time and experience the sights, sounds and smells of Victorian Manchester with the museum’s family friendly holiday programme. See the power of steam with Engine Demonstrations, join the Cotton Mill Circus and light up your day with the Magic Lanterns.
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Rock Over Climbing, Manchester
If your children are climbing the walls in the holidays, or even over the weekend, then take them to Rock Over Climbing. The Adventure Climbing Zone will have children clipped and ready to go with trained instructors on hand to guide them every step of the way. No experience necessary! If you want to work your way up to ropes and harnesses, try bouldering with no scary heights or equipment, just plenty of opportunity to let your little monkeys climb and swing free.
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The Sherlock Holmes Experience, Madame Tussauds, London
The Sherlock Holmes Experience will challenge you to unleash your inner Sherlock as you enter the mysterious world of the fictional detective in a live walk through adventure. The experience is totally interactive and visually astonishing with texture theatrical sets laden with detail, hidden clues and special effects. Access to the experience is included with the standard ticket price.
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Smithy Farm, Preston
With various animal attractions, which include alpacas, goats, miniature ponies, giant rabbits and different breeds of poultry, Smithy Farm has lots to keep children busy. There’s a children’s play area and a brilliant farm shop that sells a range of products.
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Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool
This is another outdoor attraction with loads of fun for the family. The zoo is situated in 32 acres of spacious, mature parkland with lakes, waterfalls and traditional English woodland. There’s a range of animals, including creepy crawlys, monkeys and kangaroos, so there really is something for everyone at Blackpool Zoo.
To plan your day, click here.
We hope your children have a fun filled half term whatever they do!