What's on this half term in Cornwall?

Spring is starting to make an appearance and the school holidays are upon us. Here is a list of what's on for day out inspiration with the kids. Getting outdoors whatever the weather to enjoy the best parts of Cornwall and in near by Devon this February.

Children drinking outside

Cotehele half-term fun  

Half-term fun at Cotehele means bushcraft activity for kids. Build a shelter, light a controlled fire and learn survival skills in the wild.

Child's green wellies

February half-term family fun

Shake off the winter blues with a fun fitness trail, seed planting and welly walking during February half-term.

a magnolia tree in full flower at Glendurgan Garden against a blue sky

Early spring colour at Glendurgan

There's lots to look forward to on a visit to the valley garden. Look out for signs of spring including daffodils, camellias and magnolias coming into flower.

Daffodils in the cottage garden of Tintagel Old Post Office

Spring opening

After a winter of collections care and buildings repair, the house and colourful cottage garden will re-open on Monday 5 March 2018. The house and garden will be open 11am-4pm changing to 10.30am-5.30pm on 26 March. Last admission 30 minutes before closing. Please see opening times or click to find out more about the exciting programme of events for 2018.

Family times cycling the trails at Lanhydrock, Cornwall

Pedal power at Lanhydrock

Whatever your experience as a cyclist, there's bound to be a trail to suit at Lanhydrock. Enjoy the ride through woodland and choose from a range of flat or hillier routes.

Writing a story

Family fun at the Abbey

Spring has sprung at Buckland, so pop on your hat and coat and come along for a visit that the whole family is sure to love this half term.


Miles of coast paths, sandy beaches, exotic gardens and a rich mining history. Cornwall's varied landscape offers a rich variety for summer days out.