For families

50 things to do before you're 11¾

How many things have you completed so far?

How many things have you completed so far?

Are you up for our 50 things to do before you're 11¾ challenge? Start ticking activities off your list at Stonehenge Landscape. You can hunt for bugs in the woods and the fields, climb a tree, or go on a nature walk at night (don't forget your torch). Discover the full list of things on the 50 things website and start earning your badges.

Badges to earn at Stonehenge Landscape

  • Climb a tree
  • Run around in the rain
  • Fly a kite
  • Make a trail with sticks
  • Play in the snow
  • Make a daisy chain
  • Set up a snail race
  • Create some wild art
  • Make a grass trumpet
  • Go star gazing
  • Hold a scary beast
  • Hunt for bugs
  • Catch a falling leaf
  • Go on a nature walk at night
  • Go birdwatching
  • Find your way with a map & compass
  • Find a geocache

Minibeast mobile

Minibeast mobile craft activity 

Minibeast mobile craft activity

Not too keen on bugs?

Don't fear, you can create your own minibeast at home. The link below explains how to make your minibeast mobile.

Butterfly watching

A Marbled White butterfly  © Lucy Evershed

A Marbled White butterfly

Why not go to Old King Barrows and see how many butterflies you can find.

Go one step further and keep a log of the birds, animals and insects you see when you are out and about.

School holiday activities

Enjoying a family picnic © Paul Harris NTPL

Enjoying a family picnic

Looking for something to do?

Bring a picnic for all the family to enjoy and challenge yourself in completing some of your 50 things to do before you're 11¾

Build your own Stonehenge

Stonehenge  © Lucy Evershed

Stonehenge

Why not have a go at this activity and make your own Stonehenge to enjoy at home? Afterwards, take a walk in the landscape and see if your Stonehenge is like the real one.
 

Stonehenge Landscape calendar

Winter walk in the landscape © Lucy Evershed

Winter walk in the landscape

The nights are drawing in and animals are getting ready to hibernate.

Are you thinking about next year? Decorate your very own Stonehenge Landscape calendar and view the stunning scenes all year around.

Family events

Get really wild this year with storytelling, kite flying, bug hunting, trail blazing, stargazing and more...

Make an octagon box

Make a Stonehenge box at home using our template - you'll need scissors, glue and colouring pens or pencils.

Geocaching

Looking to turn your walk into an adventure? Try a high-tech treasure hunt. You can find the first coordinates for our mystery geocache trail at opencaching. Don't forget ‘Find a geocache’ is number 49 on the National Trust’s 50 things list.

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