Half term fun at Knightshayes

It's the time when colour is creeping across the fields and gardens, blowing away all the cobwebs and giving us lots of opportunities to get back outdoors and enjoying nature with all the family. There's lots to do and spot at Knightshayes at this vivid time of the year.

A group of children doing a trail in the garden at Knightshayes

February frolics at Knightshayes 

School will soon be out for February half-term and we've got a few things up our sleeve to keep all the family busy. Pick up a £1 trail and find out how we care for the house and which beasties live in the house and garden.

Children playing on Four Oaks, a natural play area at Knightshayes

Discover your wild side at Four Oaks

Knightshayes Four Oaks play area is a new natural space for kids to get wild and in touch with Knightshayes.

A group of children doing a trail in the garden at Knightshayes

Which 50 Things can we tick off at Knightshayes?

There's dozens of 50 Things activities that you can tick off at Knightshayes. Here's some help with where you can do some of these when you visit us.

View of landscape across Knightshayes parkland

Knightshayes parkland circular dog walk

This is a circular route perfect for dog walking and for exploring the historic parkland. It takes you through open fields and past some of the most special trees in the Knightshayes parkland, including the Turkey Oak, believed to be the largest in the UK.