Tree on the Croome Estate with river in foreground reflecting the sunset and the tree

Things to do in Worcestershire February half term 2024

School holidays are approaching again, so it’s time to check out all the things to do in Worcestershire during February half term 2024. As half term isn’t quite such a big event as the Christmas holidays, many places announce their plans quite late. If your favourite attraction doesn’t have anything listed as yet, do get in touch with them to see what their plans are. If you’re on a budget, check out these free things to do in Worcestershire as well.

This post covers the Worcestershire area only. If you are looking for half term days out in nearby counties, please see below:

All Things Wild Worcestershire February half term 2024

Find out what it’s like behind the scenes at All Things Wild this February half term, with their Zookeeper Adventure. The zookeepers will teach you about the habitats and behaviour of the creatures as well as sharing fascinating facts. Get up close and personal with the animals and learn about their care. You’ll even have chance to ask questions about the role of zoo keeper and listen to personal experiences in exclusive sessions.

When and where: Saturday 10th to Sunday 18th February 2024, All Things Wild, Worcestershire.

Attwell Farm Park

Meet new arrivals at Attwell Farm park in Redditch, Worcestershire this February half term from 18th to 26th February 2024. Explore the farm park and see the animals including newborn lambs and an interactive petting area. Head inside for a three-tier giant soft play area. There’s also a toddler play zone and giant sand pit barn. Outside, there are jumping pillows, bounce and flip pedal tractors and a play area including climbing and slides. There’s even a new guinea pig village to explore this year. This event sold out last year, so they advise booking in advance.

When and where: Saturday 10th to Sunday 26th February 2024, Attwell Farm Park website.

Bodenham Arboretum

Look out for the faces hiding high in the woodland’s trees on the Tree People Trail this half term. Follow the trail to see what charming characters you can find. Booking into this event gives visitors access to the arboretum and farmyard, 5 miles of woodland walks and the Bodenham Donkeys.

When and where: 10th to 18th February 2024, Bodenham Arboretum, Worcestershire.

Croome National Trust Worcestershire February half term 2024

Learn about the feathered friends of Croome when you visit this half term. Find out about the diverse species of bird that visit and call this iconic landscape their home. There’s a giant birds nest to visit to put yourself in the mood, then it’s time to look for bird habitats across the parkland. Follow a bird-themed trail with activities to help you get creative.

When and where: 10th to 18th February 2024, Croome National Trust.

Tree on the Croome Estate with river in foreground reflecting the sunset and the tree
National Trust Croome in Worcestershire at Sunset

Hanbury Hall National Trust

Make your own Cupid’s Arrow this February half term at Hanbury Hall. Take inspiration from the James Thornhill wall paintings in the hall, including the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite and her son, Eros – otherwise known as cupid! Make a cupid style arrows and quiver to spread the love around Hanbury Hall. No booking required. Crafts cost £2 extra in additional to entrance fee.

When and where: 10th to 18th February 2024, Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire.

Hartlebury Castle

Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Hartlebury Castle this half term. As the year of the Dragon begins, visitors will be able to follow a dragon lantern trail around the Castle, learning about the Chinese zodiac en route. The lantern trail costs an additional 50p on top of standard admission. On selected dates, craft activities will be available as well. Visitors can make their own Chinese lantern or dragon craft. This costs £3.50 per person, including the lantern trail.

When and where: Lantern trail 10th to 18th, crafts 13th to 16th February 2024, Hartlebury Castle.

Little Owl Farm Park Worcestershire February half term 2024

Little Owl Farm Park reopens for the season in time for half term. You can visit the expectant ewes, learn about lambing and see if you can time it right to see a lamb being born. Visit the pygmy goat kids in the petting barn and enjoy indoor play including soft play and pedal tractors, plus outdoor play including a commando course, climbing wall and bouncy pillows. They advise booking in advance.

When and where: From 10th February 2024, Little Owl Farm Park, Worcestershire.

The Falconry Centre

The Falconry Centre in Hagley offers children’s bird handling experiences during school holidays. Children aged 10 and over can have an hour experience and children aged 6 and over can have half an hour. The children will learn about a selection of birds such as owls, hawks and kestrels. They will have the opportunity to handle and fly the birds too. Parents don’t have to be left out either, you can also book a family or small group bird handling experience. All bird handling experiences need to be booked in advance. However, if you’d just like to just visit and see a flying display, they are open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 3.30 pm and you can just turn up. Flying displays take place at 1pm.

When and where: Open daily, flying experiences for children 12th to 16th February 2024, the Falconry Centre

West Midlands Safari Park

Bluey and Bingo will be at West Midlands Safari Park every weekday during February half term 2024. Meet and Greet slots have to be booked online in advance. Visitors can also enjoy a drive-around safari as well as other attractions.

When and where: 12th to 16th February 2024, West Midlands Safari Park.

Review: You can read my West Midlands Safari Park review.

West Midlands Safari Park: An honest review - I was not asked to review this attraction and I have shared the negative points as well as the positive.
Zebra at West Midlands Safari Park Worcestershire

Witley Court

Whilst no particular event is taking place at Witley Court in Worcestershire for February half term 2024, it is always a lovely day out. Explore the ruins, watch the stunning water fountains and take a stroll around beautiful grounds. Children’s play areas and a café will keep visitors entertained. Don’t forget to look out at the stunning view from the top by the buildings. An audio tour is available so you can learn about the spooky court’s history and the people who lived there. Find out more on the Witley Court website and read my review of a family day out at Witley Court.

Grass in foreground, Witley Court Worcestershire February Half Term 2024 with blue sky behind
Witley Court Worcestershire February half term 2024

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