THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND WOLVERHAMPTON – FEBRUARY HALF TERM 2020

Every half term or summer holidays, I’m always finding myself trawling the internet trying to decide where to go with the children, so if you’re looking for things to do in and around Wolverhampton ( West Midlands ) during February half term holidays 2020, this list should give you plenty of inspiration, so without further ado, lets jump straight in..

Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wightwick Manor is a Victorian manor house located on Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton.

Get crafty this half term with some traditional Victorian themed crafts. There’s clay tiles, pop up animal puppets and more to be made.

Starts Wednesday 19th until Friday 21st of February 2020, 11am – 3pm each day with the last entry being at 2:30pm.

Cannock Chase Museum

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 from 11:00 am to 03:30 pm, Cannock Chase Museum are holding a Snow Princess Day.

It costs £2.50 and there’s no need to book. There’s marshmallow snowmen and other crafts to be made.

They are also running ‘Snow & Ice’ tea parties on this day. Dress up as your favourite Princess or Frozen charactrer and take tea in the frozen forest where you can meet Olaf and have your photo taken with him.

Who doesn’t love Olaf?

There will also be themed food, songs and party games.

The ‘Snow & Ice’ parties cost £7.50 and pre bookings are required.

Bradshaws Farm

Bradshaws farm are holding a 1/2 day farm experience day for children of all ages.

The children will get to experience feeding the animals, animal care and interacting with them, and will be able to join in on fun educational lessons and talks.

Snacks and drinks will be provided for the children and of course a hot drink for the adults.

Tickets cost £6.50 per child aged 5 and over and £10 per adult with a child under 5.

Codsall Hive

Codsall Hive are holding a different event every day throughout half term, booking is required.

Monday – Kids Sgraffito Tiles – 3pm-4pm – decorating ceramics – costs £9.99

Tuesday -Unicorn plate workshop – 9:30am-10:30am – create your own unicorn plate – costs £12.50

Wednesday – Super Slime workshop – 9:30am-10:30am – Lots of slime recipes to create your own glitter and foam slime – costs £13.50

Thursday – Felted Fairy Wands – 9:30am-10:30am – Let the children add to their imaginative play and create their very own fairy wand with felted star, and decorate with colourful beads – costs £7.99

Friday – Kids Clay Mobiles – 9:30am-10:30am – Create and paint clay shapes, which will be dried and fired before they can be constructed into a mobile – costs £10.50

Lower Drayton Farm

It’s Lamb week at Lower Drayton Farm during February half term, and they are opening the farm gates and offering visitors the chance to enjoy a lamb feeding experience as part of their visit.There are also lots of other fun activities to do such as taking a ride on Farmer Ray’s tractor, walking the the fun ‘sheepy’ trail, inflatable play and getting up close with rabbits & guinea pigs.Tickets cost £9.25 per child, £9.95 per adult and under 2’s
are free.

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  1. February 19, 2020 / 1:21 pm

    Great ideas! I have never been there before! I like reading posts like to see what else there is to do in the UK x

    • crazytots2018
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      February 22, 2020 / 11:39 am

      I’m hoping to do some more but all around the West Midlands for the summer holidays. There’s so much to do around the West Midlands, not just for children but for adults too x

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