February half term at Tredegar House

Children dress up in period clothing

Turn back the clock and live a day in the life of the servants at Tredegar House.

Explore the warren of rooms below stairs as you discover the responsibilities of the service staff of the 19th century. Count out wages in the Housekeeper’s Room, grind the spices in the Great Kitchen and pack up Lord and Lady Tredegar’s picnic in the Still Room.

Can you survive 24 hours in the life of a Tredegar House servant?

Before you head out, pop into the Servants’ Hall and get stuck into some arts and crafts. The team will be on hand to help you make different types of birds.

  • 16 February – 3 March (The craft team will be in 16, 17, 21, 23, 24, 28 February, 1, 2 March only)
  • 11am-4pm
  • Normal admission prices apply.


Tick off some ‘50 things’

After you’ve explored everything there is to see inside the mansion house, head to the home farm where the Tredegar House team will be on hand to help you tick off No.36 of the 50 things to do before you’re 11¾.

Build your own bird box and take it home to welcome some feathered friends into your own garden.

  • 25, 26, 28 February, 1 March
  • 11am-4pm
  • £4 per box, normal admission prices do not apply.
Tick off No.36 Make a home for a wild animal
A girl builds a bird box with the help of a member of staff
Tick off No.36 Make a home for a wild animal
Daffodils can be seen blossoming in the Cedar Garden at Tredegar House

Celebrate St David at Tredegar House 

Round of the half term frivolities and celebrate St David with a taste of Wales at Tredegar House from 1-3 March.