Half-term family adventures in Shropshire, Staffordshire and beyond

From den building to bug hunting, tree climbing to creating wild art, there's fun for all the family at our special places near you this May half-term. What's more, every time you visit helps us to continue to care for these amazing sites.

A young boy and girl jumping over logs as the explore Attingham's woodland

Explore the outdoors this May half-term at Attingham 

No matter what the weather might bring, join us and explore the outdoors at Attingham this May half-term!

Portrait of King Charles II, after Kneller

Oak Apple Day and Half term fun at Moseley 

Did you wear your oak leaf on Oak Apple day?

Three children up high in a tree posing for the camera

Half-term adventures at Dudmaston 

There are plenty of fun things to do at Dudmaston this May half-term.

Girl and boy laying on grass making a daisy chain

Explore outdoors

Build a den or go bug-hunting with our really wild families activities at Wightwick Manor and Gardens.

A single runner running across the top of Long Mynd

Activities at Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills

Put your best foot forward and seek out panning vistas and beautiful views across Carding Mill Valley. We've got different trails for you to enjoy and even something for little adventurers.

Visitors exploring Big Pool at Dudmaston

50 things to do at Dudmaston

From huge hills to muddy puddles, every inch of Dudmaston is worth exploring.

Moseley Old Hall tree hide

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ at Moseley Old Hall

You can tick off some of your 50 things with us. There's plenty to keep you busy!

Young boy climbing a tree

Discover what 50 things you can tick off at Attingham

50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ is a great way to get outside and explore nature. Plan your own self-led adventure or join us to tick off some of the trickier activities at one of our family events.


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