February Half Term Activities in London
February half term is just around the corner so we’ve put together a list of fun activities for you to do with your children during the break!
Camp Beaumont is running throughout the February half term at ten locations across London. Join us for a plethora of activities including arts, crafts, sports and games. Bookings are live now here.
Walks in Nature
Take advantage of the beautiful nature in your area and go for a long walk as a family! You can find your nearest nature trails using this handy website.
Children’s Garden in Kew Gardens
An exciting new garden has opened at Kew Gardens, specifically designed for children to have fun and learn. Plan your visit today!
Imagine Children’s Festival, Southbank Centre
The Imagine Children’s Festival is back at the Southbank Centre over the half term period, this is a fun-filled event with guests including Dermot O’Leary, Konnie Huq and Michael Rosen. They also have fantastic interactive activities such as feeding dinosaurs, celebrating Harry Potter and going on a bear hunt. Find out more here.
Arts and Crafts at home
If typical English weather interrupts your plans or you’re looking for something fun and affordable to do indoors – try some arts and crafts at home. There are loads of simple ideas online – and you can take inspiration from our Create with Camp Beaumont series!
The Science Museum is a great place to visit as fun and education go hand in hand there! During the February half term you can experience amazing things at the museum including a Space Descent VR with Tim Peake, a Red Arrows 3D simulator and a Typhoon Force simulator. The vast majority of the museum is free but you can also book extra experiences here.
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum is a classic attraction for families, containing some of the countries’ biggest wonders. During half term you can visit some of their bespoke exhibitions including taking a photo with Andy’s clock, doing your best dinosaur impression in the dinosaur gallery and dropping in to investigate around the museum. More information can be found here.
Kids’ Sci-Fi Afternoon Tea at The Ampersand Hotel, South Kensington
Enjoy an afternoon tea at The Ampersand Hotel in South Kensington, it’s also just down the road from the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum so you can do them all in one day! More information here.
V&A Museum of Childhood
Take a trip down memory lane with your children at the V&A Museum of Childhood, they exhibit toys and games from throughout history including a dolls house exhibition, the history of playdough and more! Find out opening times here.