09 February 2018

February Half Term with the Kids

Keep the kids busy this February half-term with the various activities happening in the county!

With plenty to see, do, make, create and explore, your children will be kept well and truly busy this February half-term.

Tate Create Art Zone -  Tate St Ives, St Ives: Play, make and get creative this half term in our Art Zone. Explore light in the dark den, get ripping and sticking making modern art collages or chill out together in our relaxation area.

Family Storytelling Walks - Godolphin House, nr Helston: Join a storytelling walk during February half term and discover what life would have been like at Godolphin when it was bustling with farm activity! This interactive walk around the grounds with storyteller Mark Harandon explores stories of Godolphin's agricultural past.

February Half-Term Seed Planting - Trengwainton Gardens, nr Penzance: Be inspired to 'grow your own' with free seed planting all week. Pop along to the orchard and pot up some seeds, make your own personalised label topper, then take them home and watch them grow. One of your 50 things.

Train the Troops - Pendennis Castle, Falmouth: Join the team at Pendennis for an action-packed day of soldier training - where you will be put through your paces in commando training. See if you have what it takes to take on the obstacle course!

Tall Tales Workshop - Trebah Garden, nr Falmouth: Discover whopping tales of Cornish giants through our "Wow! What a Whopper" Trail and be inspired to drop into one of Trebah's creative workshops, and make your very own Cornish mythical creature.

Early Man at Eden - The Eden Project, nr St Austell: Get ready for a prehistoric adventure of epic proportions at Eden this half-term. In association with Early Man, the major new film release from Nick Park and Aardman. Take the Schnoolkel Quest in their Rainforest Biome, get involved in an archaeological dig using brushes to uncover replica tools and artefacts from the Stone Age and learn the skills that stone age people needed to survive, with interactive demonstrations from the team.