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Browsing category: February Half Term in Birmingham

February Half Term

This February Half Term we have you covered.  We have carefully selected activities for you to do everyday of the holiday.

19th February New Superworm trail at Cannock chase.  

Join Superworm and friends on their brand-new adventure at Cannock Chase.

Discover the small but mighty creatures in the much-loved story and learn about the everyday heroic feats of minibeasts in the forest.

The new self-led trail for 2022, features brightly illustrated panels and a trail pack full of fun activities, including your very own mask.

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20th February Find out about space travel at the Thinktank Museum and visit the FREE Gaia exhibition at Milleninum point. The unique installation features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s Surface on a globe measuring seven metres in diameter. .  

21st February Exciting new bird trail and bird craft activities at Birmingham Botanical gardens.


22nd February Take part in a Time Travelling adventure around Selly Manor Museum.  Try out the horribly historic trail, design a time traveller's watch, make a Viking hat and 'Meet the Experts' to try on historic armour.


23rd February Hurrah! For the pirate King at the Old Rep

Follow the great Pirate King's swashbuckling adventure in this theatre production as he takes us on a five star, critically acclaimed, magical musical journey to find a treasure beyond gold and jewels


24th February Tiger Week at Oak House, West Bromwich.  FREE entry. Crafts and a trail to complete.  



25th February Birmingham Royal ballet performs Cinderella especially adapted for kids at the Hippodrome.

26th February Spectacle of Light at Compton Verney.  Enjoy this beautiful illuminated trail through the majestic woodland and around the parkland all lit under the stars.


27th February Take a trip to Cannon Hill park. Enjoy the playgrounds, small fair, café, great paths for scooters and bikes. Why not stop in on Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park too.

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