February half-term in Norfolk

There are lots of opportunities at National Trust places in Norfolk for kids to get messy, muddy and back in touch with nature this February half-term. Here are some of our favourite places to go for a wild family day out this half-term.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Blickling Estate 

Don’t miss The Tiger Who Came for Tea this February half-term, a special exhibition featuring storytelling, a family trail, fully interactive play kitchen and a life-size model tiger knocking at the door for tea!

Children bird watching

Felbrigg Hall 

Enjoy your own family adventure at Felbrigg - all you need is a little imagination. From birdwatching down by the lake to den building in the woods, will you be able to find one of our four hollow trees on the estate and see if you can fit inside?

A woman and child wearing wellies paddle in the waves Durham Coast

Norfolk Coast  

Why not enjoy completing some of the 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ on the Norfolk Coast? From organised events to those you can enjoy on your own as a family, let the adventure begin.

A boy lifting a branch to build a den

Oxburgh Hall 

Join us at Oxburgh Hall, when children (and their grown up) can find out more about the work of a ranger with our woodland activities (booking required). Whatever day you visit, you can spend time building dens, hunting for bugs or enjoying the garden games on offer.

A child pond dipping at Sheringham Park

Sheringham Park 

Aspiring Bear Grylls can take a walk on the wild side at Sheringham Park and learn survival skills from the experts, as well as how to track wild animals and enjoy a spot of night time star gazing.

Every day out helps us care for special places for half-terms to come

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