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Enchanted Week at Fishers Farm Park

Enchanted Week at Fishers Farm Park

West Sussex

February Half Term

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Keep the kids entertained throughout the school holidays with this guide to the best events and things to do throughout the 2018 February Half Term. 

Get out and about with the family this spring and be inspired by the multitude of activities on offer. Whether you're local and looking for something near you or visiting for a half term break, there's plenty to keep the kids entertained while parents can relax knowing there is plenty to do to for every taste and budget. 

When is February Half Term?

February Half Term begins on Saturday February 10th and runs until Sunday Sunday February 18th.

For short or weekend breaks, our Days Out and weekend breaks pages offers a wealth of ideas for things to do in Hampshire, Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

Things to do over February Half Term

  • The perfect base to explore the South Coast – Solent Hotel & Spa's half term package includes games room, complimentary bike hire, family friendly dining including ice cream parlour and pizza oven and more!
  • Forest Holidays in Blackwood Forest, Hampshire offers the chance to holiday in one of 60 luxury woodland cabins, hidden deep in a 270 hectare beech forest. Simply enter promo code TSE10 to save 10% when you book and holiday before 31 December 2018.
  • Discover more about conservation and local wildlife as part of Hever Castle’s February half-term event, Living with Nature.
  • Visit Kent & East Sussex Railway for a Right Royal Railway Ride with a Make & Take Activity this February Half-Term Tuesday 13th Feb - Thursday 15th Feb.
  • Gunwharf Quays is celebrating the Year of the Dog on Saturday 17th February.  Red envelopes will be handed out providing further discounts around the Centre.  
  • Explore the enchanting woodland walk featuring live fairy-tale creatures at Fishers Farm Park! Help Posey, the pixie, find all her friends in the exciting ‘Pixie Pursuit’ and receive a special treat at the end!
  • Just 40 minutes from Central London, the world of Cliveden is tantalizingly close. A place for celebration, romance and indulgence set in 376 acres of National Trust gardens and parkland, on the edge of the River Thames..
  • Dusty’s Puddle Jumping Championship at WWT Arundel Wetland Centre. 
  • Claim 15% off online day tickets to Port Lympne Reserve and Howletts Wild Animal Park this February half term! Howletts: HWAA15 – Adult Admission, HWCA15 – Child Admission, Port Lympne: PLAA15 – Adult Admission and PLCA15 – Child Admission
     

Looking for half term breaks near you?

See below for our list of featured attractions and use the Map View feature to find something near you during the school holidays.

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  1. Drusillas Park

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    Animal Collection / Zoo

    Alfriston

    Widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country Drusillas Park offers an opportunity to get nose to nose with nature with hundreds of exotic animals from monkeys and crocodiles to penguins and meerkats.

  2. British Airways i360

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    Sightseeing

    Brighton

    Take to the skies to see Brighton and the South Coast as you have never seen them before!

  3. Abinger Roughs and Netley Park

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    Nature Trail / Watching

    Dorking

    Hidden woods with ancient trees and flower-sprinkled grasslands, just off the North Downs and Pilgrims Ways

    Abinger Roughs, above the village of Abinger Hammer, is an area of grassland and mixed woodland - some of the mighty oak trees are over...

  4. Westgate Museum

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    Museum

    Winchester

    Winchester's Tudor and Stuart past is revealed in this beautifully refurbished listed monument, the last of the main medieval gates into the city.

  5. Charleston

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    Historic House / Palace

    Lewes

    Charleston, the home of the artists Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell (sister of Virgina Woolf), became the country meeting place for the group of writers, artists and intellectuals known as Bloomsbury.

  6. Cliveden

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    Formal Garden

    Maidenhead


    Glorious gardens overlooking the River Thames

    Set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age.

    Follow in the footsteps of dukes, earls and royalty as...

  7. Margate Main Sands

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    Beach

    Margate

    This timeless beach with tidal pool, children’s rides and amusement arcades offer families traditional seaside fun and entertainment.

  8. Farley Mount Country Park

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    Country / Royal Park

    Hursley, Winchester

    A large area of beautiful downland and woodland, including West Wood. The Park is ideal for walking and picnicking, with fine views over central Hampshire, particularly from the interesting monument at Beacon Hill. Several car parks serve the area.

  9. Mercedes-Benz World

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    Museum

    Weybridge

    Everything you could wish to know about visiting Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey, including driving experiences, professional displays and kids activities

  10. Nuffield Southampton Theatres

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    Theatre

    Southampton

    Nuffield is a multi-award winning professional producing theatre company based in Southampton. Open all year, Nuffield Theatre’s programme includes classics, new writing, comedy drama, beautiful children’s theatre and top class stand-up comedians.

  11. Buckinghamshire County Museum & Roald Dahl Childrens Gallery

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    Museum

    Aylesbury

    Lively hands-on, innovative museum complex consisting of county heritage displays, regional art gallery and the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery in lovely garden setting.

  12. Ashford & Tenterden Tourism Association

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    Sightseeing

    Ashford

    Ashford & Tenterden Tourism Association (ATTA) is a fully constituted membership organisation that exists to raise the profile of tourism in the Ashford Borough and represents the interests of all tourism businesses.

  13. Bursledon Brickworks Museum

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    Industrial Archaeology

    Bursledon

    The only remaining steam driven, Victorian brickworks in the country. Now a museum of bricks and brick making.

  14. Passies Pond

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    Fishing

    Lancing

    Passies Pond is a day ticket fishery with a second lake for matches. Corporate days and junior teachings. We have been awarded centre of excellence status by the angling trades association for juniors.

  15. Capstone Farm Country Park

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    Country / Royal Park

    Gillingham

    Capstone Farm Country Park is one of Medway's finest green spaces, offering wonderful opportunities for walking, running, cycling and more in 114 hectares of former farmland on the North Downs.

  16. Wellington Country Park

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    Country / Royal Park

    Riseley, Reading

    Wellington Country Park, ‘The Biggest Outdoor play in Berkshire’, was established in 1974 by the Eighth Duke and Duchess of Wellington. Set in 350 acres of beautiful parklands off the A33 between Basingstoke and Reading, Wellington Country Park...

  17. Worthing Pier

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    Beach

    Worthing

    The Pier offers plenty of opportunity to stop and watch the world go by and enjoy all that the seaside has to offer.

  18. Buckler's Hard

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    Museum

    New Forest

    A unique 18th Century village where warships for Nelson's Navy were built. Maritime museum, historic 18th Century cottages, riverside walk, SS Persia Exhibition, St Mary's Chapel and optional river cruise.

  19. C M Booth Collection of Historic Vehicles

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    Museum

    Rolvenden

    Unique collection of Morgan 3-wheel cars, eleven from 1913-1935, plus 1904 Humber Tricar, 1929 Morris van, 1929 Ford model A, 1936 Bampton caravan, early cycles, motorcycles, toy and model cars and motoring memorabilia.