February half term at Speke Hall

Child exploring Speke Hall's bug hotel

This February half term, bring the family for a nature adventure across Speke Hall's garden and grounds to discover the fascinating world of mini beasts and busy bugs.

Join us between 15-23 February to take part in plenty of fun activities, every day between 10.30am-5pm. The house will be closed on 17 & 18 February. Normal admission prices apply, free entry for National Trust members and children under 5.

Hunting for bugs

The Underground Adventures of Mini Beasts and Busy Bugs

2020 is going to be packed with events and activities where everyone can find out how we care for all of Speke Hall's nature, from buzzing bumblebees to soaring songbirds. This half term, you can create mini homes for our wiggly friends, go on a nature trail or get messy with some bug-inspired crafts - click here to find what's happening and when.

Explore the secrets of Speke Hall

Step inside the house 

The house is open Wednesday-Sunday between 12.30-5pm for you to explore. Try and solve the fun trail and make sure you say hello to the Giant Childe of Hale in the Great Hall. Look out for the eavesdropper and priest hole too!

Visitors exploring the Hedge Maze at Speke Hall, Liverpool

Have an outdoor adventure 

Don't forget that there's always a great range of activities to keep the kids entertained! Get lost in the hedge maze, enjoy the slides and climbing frames in the formal play area, run wild in the woodland play area or explore your way along the Giant Childe of Hale trail.

Child eating in the restaurant at Speke Hall

Treat the family 

There's plenty of family-friendly food options at Home Farm restaurant, from tasty lunch boxes to ice creams. There's something to suit all diets and tastebuds, so don't worry about bringing packed lunches, but we've got plenty of picnic tables if you do.