February Half-Term at Tredegar House

A girl climbing a tree

Whether it’s your first visit or your hundredth there is always something new to discover at Tredegar House. There is a whole week of family fun to be had in the great outdoors this half-term, so wrap up warm and get inspired by the beautiful surrounds at Tredegar House.


On Saturday 18 February the House and Gardens will be free to enter between 10.30am and 4pm. You will be able to get a taster for Tredegar House in the winter months; roaming our three walled gardens, learning about the Morgan family in the House and treating your taste buds to a delight from the Brewhouse Tearooms.   

Go wild all week

We’re open every day of the half-term with plenty of fun to be had.

Families looking for an adventure can discover the secretive paths of the Orchard Garden, build a den in the woods or explore the acres of parkland. 

Little ones are free to run wild, seeking out our colourful buckets on a spotter trail. Older children can pick up a 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ scrapbook from the Visitor Reception and start a new adventure which will keep them busy throughout the year.   

Bird box making

Between Monday 20 and Friday 24 February we will be running bird box making sessions to help you tick off one of the 50 things to do before you’re 11¾: No. 36 Make a home for a wild animal. 

Children will be able to build their own bird box to take home and put in the garden. The boxes encourage birds to nest and children can keep an eye out for a possible baby bird in the coming months.

  • Sessions will run at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm
  • Sessions are limited to 15 children
  • Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Reception for £4.
The view of the house in scaffolding as seen from the park

We’re repairing our leaky roof 

While you’re here you can learn all about what it takes to take care of our 500-year-old House and help us safeguard it for generations to come.