Fun family trips for February half term
While January is often a time of saving it doesn’t have to cost much to indulge in family travel in the UK this February half term.
With the kids off school it’s a great opportunity to spend some time together on a short break, or even just a long weekend.
Nadine Hallak, travel expert at Cheapflights.co.uk, claims that there are loads of great options for families looking to have some fun without breaking the bank.
Ms Hallak suggests that if you’ve got younger children they are sure to like Peppa Pig World at Paultons Family Theme Park in the New Forest, Hampshire and Thomas Land in Drayton Manor Park.
Meanwhile she recommends that slightly older kids might be interested in The Museum of London, which is celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens with a series of interactive events.
A series of activities are running between February 11th and 19th, including hands on archaeology, storytelling and craft fun.
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