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Things to do in Worcestershire: February half term

Well, the first school holiday of the year has arrived and what better way to spend it, than discovering what Worcestershire has to offer and what’s local to you.

Here are the best events and attractions that you won’t want to miss this half term!

1. Light Night – Worcester

Expect a light spectacular in the darkness of the night at Light Night, Worcester. There will be sculptures, interactive artworks, walkabout performances and illuminated street theatre with amazing inflatables, singers and dancers.

Dates: 22nd & 23rd February

Tickets: FREE

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2. New Life on the Farm – Attwell Farm Park

Meet the adorable new arrivals at Attwell Farm Park this February. Newborn lambs will be making their first steps around the farm with the opportunity to get up close and personal with the new animal interaction area. For those rainy days, visitors can enjoy the three-tier giant heated soft play.

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Dates: 18th – 26th February

Tickets: From £9.16 per person with Visit Worcestershire discount code

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3. Bluey & Bingo – West Midland Safari Park

One of Worcestershire’s most popular attractions is expecting a visit from some very famous faces! Bluey and Bingo will be making personal appearances throughout the day and guests can have the opportunity to take part in interactive activities! Plus 4 miles of drive-through Safari and walk-through attractions to discover!

Dates: 20th – 24th February

Tickets: From £27 per person

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4. Zog Trail – Wyre Forest

The interactive family trail features all sorts of facts and fun activities to teach you all the things that dragons need to know. Download the new app before you visit, so you can take your dragon training with Zog to the next level, and don’t forget to grab a trail activity pack as you set off on your very own forest adventure!

Dates: From 30th January

Tickets: The activity pack is £4 and admission to the forest is free but car parking fees may apply.

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5. Arley Arboretum

Take in the beautiful surroundings and reconnect with nature at Arley Arboretum.

The exclusive 'winter walk and lunch' gives you the opportunity to enjoy the abundance of snow drops (if still in flower), and emerging spring bulbs during the estates’ normal closed period.

Dates: 17th, 18th, 19th, 24th, 25th & 26th February

Prices: From £6 per person (including lunch)

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6. Lambing Live – Churchfields Farm

Spring has sprung early at Churchfields Farm with the lambing season underway already. You will even have a strong chance of seeing a live birth!

Expect to see a variety of animals including pigs, ponies, goats and donkeys as well as fun-filled activities including go-karting, pedal tractors and air bouncers (weather permitting).

Dates: 18th – 26th February

Tickets: From £5.50 per person

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7. Witley Court & Gardens

Step into Worcestershire’s history with the historic ruins of Witley Court and Gardens. A perfect day out to get some fresh air and enjoy stunning walks around the grounds. Let the kids burn off their energy in the play area whilst the adults can enjoy a coffee or cake (or both!) from the visitor centre.

Dates: 18th – 26th February

Tickets: From £6 per person

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8. Avoncroft Museum

The hidden gem of Avoncroft Museum is back open ready for another summer season. Explore the UK’s first open-air museum with over 30 historic buildings and exhibitions re-built in rural Worcestershire.

Check out their ‘Waking with Wassailing’ event on 25th & 26th February!

Dates: 25th & 26th February

Tickets: From £6.50 per person

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