Things to do around Surrey during the February Half Term (2020)

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Things to do around Surrey during the February Half Term (2020)

Things to do around Surrey during February Half Term 2020

It seems like only yesterday that we packed up the Christmas tree and New Years sparklers and all the children went back to school. However, here we are with only a couple of weeks to go until February half term!

To help survive the school holidays, I have created a little guide on some things you can do with your kids during this time.

 

Where: AirHop House, 12 Midleton Industrial Estate Road, Guildford GU2 8XW

Jump into a happy February half term with a session at the trampolining park AirHop in Guildford. There are trampolines from wall to wall at this ultimate bouncing facility!

There is a minimum age requirement of 5 years.

Entry prices: start at £11.00 per person. Click here to book your session.

The Arthouse, Horsell Arthouse, art classes Woking, February half term classes Surrey

 

Where: Horsell Park, Horsell, Woking, GU21 4LY

Do you have a budding Picasso on your hands? If so, Geeta’s holiday classes will be perfect! There are many classes with The Arthouse throughout February half term, including canvas painting and clay & sculpture.

Geeta’s classes are for ages 2 + and prices start from £12 per class.

They are booking up fast, so make sure you get in quick to secure your space by clicking here!

 

Where: Brooklands Road, Weybridge, Surrey. SatNav for visitor car park: KT13 0SL

In addition to their car rides (subject to weather), pedal planes, Concorde Mini Tours and bus rides around the local area operated by the London Bus Museum, Brooklands is also holding a Ready to Race event between the 17th -21st February 2020 between 10am-4pm. Participants will get the opportunity to step inside a workshop and explore the science behind speed. They will also join the pitt and have a go at getting a car ready for a race.

Entry prices (on the day). There are savings if you purchase your tickets online. Click here to purchase.

Adult: £17.95 / Senior/Student: £16.95 / Child (under 5s go FREE): £9.95

Family, 1 adult and up to 3 children: £29.00 / Family, 2 adults and up to 3 children: £46.95

 

Where: Young Street, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9BS

Between the 15th-23rd February, it is lambing season at Bocketts! They have 60 newborn lambs due during this time, along with pony rides, adorable rabbits to cuddle and feed and lots of animals for the kids to see. Click here to book.

Entry prices:

Adults: £11.95 / Child (3-17): £12.95 / Children (2 years)  £10.95 / 

Senior (60+ years) £10.50 / Disabled £9.50

 

Where: Eastbourne Road, Newchapel, LINGFIELD, RH7 6LF

The British Wildlife Centre opens its doors for February half term and is a place where you can walk through the red squirrel enclosure, meet the wildlife during the half-hourly keeper talks and make the most of their ‘Two visits for the price of one’ offer they are running at the moment. They are giving all paying visitors free admission vouchers for a return entry. The vouchers are valid until the end of March 2020. Click here to book.

Entry prices:

Adults: £12:00 / Child (3-15): £8.50 / Family (2 adults, 2 children) £37.00

Senior (65 years +) £10.50

 

Where: Tilburstow Hill Road, Godstone, RH9 8LX

Godstone Farm has more than 500 animals, with tractor rides and a large amount of indoor and outdoor play equipment, including tailored activities in their play barn. Over the February half term they are hosting the Godstone Farm Olympics! It will be an action packed day on the farm as you complete their farm themed challenges. Will your toy tractor win the race? Will your welly throw be far enough? Get all 5 rings and join us on the winners podium! With animal encounters and play areas to keep all mini Olympians busy, everyone’s a winner!

Entry fees:

Adult £10.25 / Child (2-16 years) £10.25 / Child (1 year) £4.00

Click here to purchase your tickets before they sell out!

Where: Portsmouth Road, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9JG

Claremont have a ‘Colour Quest’ trail over the February half-term, between 10:30-4:00pm. It is also a great opportunity to take your dog for a walk, because dogs are welcome to join!

Normal National Trust entry fees apply and to participate in the trail is £1

 

Where: East Clandon, Guildford GU4 7RT

Hatchlands have a ‘Duck spottingt’ trail over the February half-term, between 10:00-4:00pm. It is also a great opportunity to take your dog for a walk, because dogs are welcome to join!

Normal National Trust entry fees apply and the trail is free.

 

Where: Great Bookham, near Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6BD

Polesden Lacey are putting on ‘The Secret Power of Trees’ trail for little ones between the ages of 4-12 years. The event is between 10:00am – 3:00pm and involves a walk through the woods, with a prize at the end!

Normal National Trust entry fees apply and to participate in the trail is £1

 

Where: Hascombe Road, Godalming, Surrey, GU8 4AD

Winkworth are holding a Spectacular Sticks trail. From den building, to sword fighting, the opportunities for fun are endless when sticks are involved!

Normal National Trust entry fees apply and to participate in the trail is £1

Where: St Mary’s Church, Horsell, Woking GU21 4QQ

18th February: Story and paint session (10:00 – 11:00) at St. Mary’s Church in Horsell. The session includes a story, ornament to paint and squash and biscuits at the end.

20th February: Play and Clay session (10:00-11:30) Using their imagination, your children will be able to create shapes from their clay from sea creatures, fairy doors to the odd pinch pot! There is no limit to what you can create and learn at this family-focused session.

Entry price:

Story and Paint session – £7.50 first child, £6.00 per child thereafter

Clay and Paint session – £10.00 per child, accompanying adults go free

To book please contact Gill Allen – splatterkins@gmail.com / 0786 750 1608

Where: Peacock Wood, Lido Road, Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1HB

Wildwood Adventure is a ZipZone park suitable for ages 6-12 years up to adults. There are bridges, logs, zips from tree to tree, cargo nets, wobbly things, climbing wall traverse and more! It has been closed over the Winter months, but reopens on the 15th February, just in time for the February half term!

Entry price:

£17.50 per person for a 1 hour adventure. There is a minimum height requirement of 1 metre and children aged 6-7 years must be accompanied by a paying adult (max ratio, 1 adult to 2 children). So mums and dads, I hope you are not afraid of heights if you have younger children!!

To book, click here.

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