February half term at Speke Hall

A girl in the wood exploring

While February half term is a little different this year, you can still visit as a family to explore nature in Speke Hall's garden and grounds. Please remember to stay local and book ahead.

This February half term...

...please stay local as per government guidelines if planning to visit one of our places.
Most places will not be running their usual half term events and activities, but your family will still be able to enjoy fresh air and space to stretch little legs at our places which are open.
Please book visits in advance, and always check the webpage of the place you wish to visit before you travel.

Join us between 13-14 & 17-21 February (closed 15 & 16 February) to stretch your legs as a family. Please note the house, shop, maze and Coastal Reserve path remain closed. Admission prices apply, free entry for National Trust members and children under 5.

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Child den building in the woods

Explore nature as a family

The gardens and grounds are open for families to enjoy a refreshing walk together. Remember to follow the one-way route. The formal play area, woodland play area and Childe of Hale trail are all open to explore too, though remember to use the hand sanitiser provided. Please note the hedge maze remains closed.

Children enjoying hot chocolate drinks

Food and drink 

While our restaurant is takeaway-only in line with government guidelines, you can still pick up cold or hot snacks, cakes and drinks to-go. Please note we can only accept card payment and the restaurant closes at 3.30pm. If you'd rather bring a packed lunch, you'll find picnic tables in the orchard and benches on the South Lawn, North Lawn and the Bund path.

Activities to keep busy