What's on for the kids this February half-term
Are you looking for fun things to do this half-term with the kids? Are your children already dissapointed with your lack of planning for next week? Not to worry, Bristol has many action-packed events during this school holiday. From Zoo detectives at Bristol Zoo to the Singing Mermaid at the Old Vic, this list has covered every activity we think your children will love to participate in.
Monday 18th February - Zoo Detectives at Bristol Zoo:
Mixing fun with education, your children will use detective skills to help us discover the mystery of missing crickets. A great opportunity to keep your little ones engaged whilst learning about animals.
Tuesday 19th Feburary - Rocketship Adventure at We The Curious:
You might find yourself using your children as an excuse to go to this one. This delightful presenter-led show combines immersive visuals with lots of audience interaction, to create an exciting experience for children & adults.
Wednesday 20th February - The Matthew at the Prince’s Wharf outside the M Shed Museum:
Here's a free trip for history enthusiasts. The Matthew of Bristol is a replica of the 15th century caravel that John Cabot sailed from Bristol to Newfoundland in 1497. In 1997 she emphatically sailed across the Atlantic once more to mark the 500th anniversary of the histroic voyage, highlighting its rich history.
Thursday 21st February - Family Fun Japan at Bristol Museum:
Introduce your children to Japanese culture by bringing them along to Family Fun Japan. Activities include Japanese drawing, origami and trying out beautiful traditional clothing. Great for kids aged 5-11.
Friday-Sunday 22-24th February - The Singing Mermaid at the Old Vic:
Described as 'Utterly Entrancing' by The Times, this family friendly play will be a brilliant way to end the half-term with your children. This play is only on between those dates so make sure to check out the availability promptly.
Posted on 12th February 2019 by Fred Primgaard