One of the many great things about living in the heart of Essex, Cambridge and Herts is that there are always so many great holiday activities for children during the school holidays, what ever the weather, so here is a list of our best indoor picks for this half-term:
Cambridge Corn Exchange 16-18 February – All ages
This half term Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo is coming to the Cambridge stage, it promises to bring prehistoric creatures to the stage like you have never seen before. Time out describes the show as: “Puppet-tastic! Thoroughly entertaining. A delight.’ So if you would like to find out more about this jaw dropping show please go to the Corn Exchange Website.
Duxford’s War Museum 15th until the 23rd of February
They will be telling the story of Big Week, which describes the bombing campaign that paved the way for the D-day invasion. To find out more about this event please visit the Duxford War Museum Website.
Logan’s Den, 0-9 years of age – Open throughout the half term
Is a great place for your children to let off steam, this indoor play centre has a cosy feel, where children can play safely and be on view all of the time. There is also a baby and toddler area. For more information please visit Logan’s Den.
Audley End House – 17th until the 21st February – All ages
Everything but the squeak week - This half term come to Audley End and watch Mrs Crocombe - Audley End's resident cook - prepares a whole host of traditional Victorian pork recipes as she includes everything but the squeak in her unusual creations! Open from 11am-16.00 every day throughout the half term. For more information please visit the Audley End Events.
Bishop’s Stortford Museum – 15 February 11-14.00
They are running a Victorian craft morning where children will be able to create a Victorian Valentine’s car and envelope, sealing it with their own bespoke clay seal matrix. For more information please visit their website.
There are plenty of great events happening in the capital too, so if you fancy a day out in London with your children this half term, then check out the Time Out website.