Love Birds: February Half Term at Morden Hall Park

Three children head off into a wood

Celebrate National Bird Box Week with us this February half term. We've got fun craft activities and a bird-themed trail to keep young hands and minds busy.

Book in and get crafty

Book in for a half hour session between 11am and 4pm, 20-22 February in which you'll make a bird feeder for those hungry birds and decorate a bird box to give them somewhere welcoming to nest. Suitable for 5+. Booking essential. £5 per child. (Trail included)

Book for a Love Birds session

Drop in and go on an adventure

Missed out on the nest box craft sessions? Don't worry - we've got a drop-in craft making a simple pine cone bird feeder in our Stableyard Gallery 20-22 February, 11am-4pm. £2 per child.

Find out more about the Make & Take bird feeder activity

You can also drop in to our garden centre 16-24 February, 10am-4pm and grab a Hungry Bird Trail. £2 per trail.

Find out more about the Hungry Bird Trail

Other outdoor adventures

Head to the natural play area and experience our zip wire, bucket swing and stepping stones, or pick up a '50 things to do before you're 11 and ¾' booklet and start your outdoor adventures.

We've got the best bridge for playing pooh sticks (No. 19) in the area and our wetland boardwalk is ideal for bird watching (No. 44).

Feed your garden birds

If you've enjoyed learning about birds at this event, stop by our Garden Centre where you can pick up more bird feeders and bird boxes of your very own, bird seed for your garden birds at home or books to give you more ideas.

Getting here

School holidays are a busy time at Morden Hall Park. Our car park fills up very quickly. Please consider using alternative forms of transport to get here.

Find out about other ways to get to Morden Hall Park