If you’re looking for things to do over February half term, here are a couple of suggestions.

Half Term History Arts Awards Days in Maidstone. This is a great option for anyone needing to find somewhere for the kids to go and be entertained while you have to work. Suitable for ages 7-11, the days feature museum tours and workshops and last the same amount of time as the regular school day.

Another option for parents who need some help with the kids, take a look at the Half Term Wild Woodland Camp at Painshill, Surrey. The camp includes three days of exciting outdoor adventures for kids aged 8-11 and allows them to enjoy all the fun of the outside world.

With a new baby sloth and loads of exotic animals to meet, Half Term at Drusilla’s Park, East Sussex  is a great day out for the whole family. Plus, with the UK’s largest immersive sensory play experience, it is suitable for everyone.

If your kids love animals, why not spend the day taking part in lambing and kidding at Cotswold Farm Park? You not only get to meet the new arrivals but you also get to learn all about them in the Animal Barn.

For something a little different, book your kids in to the Famous Baby and Toddler Disco and let them dance their little hearts out!

Or there are the half term activities at Nottingham Castle. There is a whole new trail themed around Valentine’s Day for the half term holiday plus all the usual activities to enjoy.

In Gloucester, you can go on the hunt for ten giant Glow Globes. Once you’ve found them, scan the QR code on each one and watch the magic happen!

Find more half term events here.