Things to do for February half-term in London

Things to do for February half-term in London

For children who go to school in London, 12-16th February is a great time – it's half-term. However, if you're the person responsible for keeping them entertained all week it might not be such a thrilling prospect. Finding affordable and enjoyable ways to keep kids occupied can be difficult. Luckily, London has a whole load of things going on, from special events to destinations that are always fun for kids of all ages. We'll help the whole family enjoy a packed half-term – here's our guide to things to do for February half-term in London.

In this guide
  1. February half-term activities
    1. The National Gallery – Learn about pictures
    2. Science Museum – Popular interactive museum
    3. Southbank Centre – Big festival for kids
    4. Polka Theatre – Theatre just for kids
    5. Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – Spooky gifts and novelties
    6. London Transport Museum – Transport fun for families
    7. Go Ape – High ropes and zip wires
    8. Sea Life Centre – Discover life underwater
    9. Monopoly Lifesized – Life-sized board game
    10. London Zoo – Half-term zoo events
    11. Horniman Museum and Gardens – Exhibitions and activities
    12. All Star Lanes – Family day out
    13. BBC Earth Experience – The natural world comes alive
    14. Dopamine Land – Unique interactive exhibit
    15. Tumbling Bay Playground – A playground for adventurers
    16. Hackney City Farm – Working farm in East London
    17. The Postal Museum – Interactive exhibits and sessions
    18. Champions Wharf Play Beach – Riverside play area
    19. Shakespeare's Globe – Shakespeare for kids
    20. Finsbury Park – Expansive North London park
    21. Bunker 51 – Activities for adrenaline junkies
    22. Flip Out – Hours of bouncy fun
    23. Clay Time – Get creative with clay
    24. Golders Hill Park Zoo – Interesting animals in the park
    25. Diana Memorial Playground – Peter Pan-themed playground
    26. Pandemonium – Toy shop and play space
    27. Queens – Ice skating and more
    28. Crystal Palace Park – Lots of options for kids
    29. Theatre Royal Drury Lane – Tea and treats at The Lane
    30. Bustronome London – Unique family city tour
    31. Coram's Fields – Seven-acre playground
    32. Biscuiteers – Ice your own biscuits
    33. Tootbus – Fun and family-friendly
    34. Chickenshed – Inclusive theatre in North London
    35. Foundling Museum – Creative workshops for the whole family
    36. Bubble Planet – Enter a new world
    37. Design Museum – Skate at the museum
    38. The Mind Palace – Solve a mystery this half-term
    39. The Golden Hinde – Guided tours of a historic ship
    40. Artsdepot – Theatre for all ages

February half-term activities

The National Gallery

Learn about pictures

Located in Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery is one of the most famous in the country. It houses works from the 13th to 20th centuries and has free activities during half-term. Let the gallery's team of educators guide you through the gallery as you learn to decode pictures, or join a drawing or storytelling session.

Science Museum

Popular interactive museum

With modern style and tons of interactive features, the Science Museum is popular with every age group. Kids can explore loads of exhibits covering different scientific topics, from the history of aircraft and space travel to the climate crisis. There's a gift shop too, full of novelties that'll entertain young people.

Southbank Centre

Big festival for kids

February half-term means the Imagine Children's Festival returns to Southbank Centre. More than 100 events are happening to suit kids of all ages, with many of them being free to join. The festival is designed to stimulated kids' imaginations and includes performances, workshops, and activities covering music, poetry, dance, comedy, and much more.

Polka Theatre

Theatre just for kids

Wimbledon's Polka Theatre has been putting on children's theatre since 1977. It's an inclusive, imaginative, and vibrant space designed especially for kids. During half-term there's a production suitable for ages 3-7, as well as workshops for kids from six months to 12 years. The venue also has spaces for reading and playing.

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Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – February half-term activities
Hoxton Street Monster Supplies

Hoxton Street Monster Supplies

Spooky gifts and novelties

One London shop that will definitely entertain kids is Hoxton Street Monster Supplies. This unique establishment sells all the spooky and surprising items you could possibly want, all in a traditional store. There are distinctive treats and gifts for both adults and children, including marshmallow brain food and chocolate toads.

London Transport Museum

Transport fun for families

London's transport network is a huge part of life in the city and you can discover more about it at the London Transport Museum. During half-term the museum is celebrating the pioneering work of women in transport. There's a self-directed family trail through the museum, tours guided by a puppet, and creative workshops.

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High ropes and zip wires

Thrillseeking kids will love a visit to Go Ape. This active treetop and high ropes experience is available at several parks in London. There are courses to explore of various durations and levels of skill, including options designed for younger children. Everyone gets a thorough safety briefing and support from instructors.

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Sea Life Centre

Discover life underwater

Kids can get up close with aquatic creatures at Sea Life Centre London Aquarium. It’s a popular attraction for all ages and houses the largest coral reef in the UK. Species here range from penguins to sharks and rainforest creepy crawlies. You can learn more by going to a talk or feeding session.

Monopoly Lifesized

Life-sized board game

Don’t stay at home playing board games – visit Monopoly Lifesized instead. This unique game involves moving around a life-sized board and letting your competitive side out. There are several different boards to choose from. It’s suitable for kids aged 9+ and there’s an on-site restaurant to relax in afterwards.

London Zoo

Half-term zoo events

London Zoo is the oldest scientific zoo in the world and a big hit with children. A huge range of animals live here, from otters to lions. During half-term there's an events programme dedicated to the zoo's vets; kids can learn about their work through role-playing, talks, and demos.

Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
Horniman Museum and Gardens
Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens – February half-term activities
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Horniman Museum and Gardens

Exhibitions and activities

South London's Horniman Museum and Gardens is a quirky destination with a huge variety of sites and exhibits to explore. There's a museum, aquarium, and lots of outside space. During half-term there are lots of fun activities on for kids including sessions for making a fossil out of clay, trails through the museum, and storytelling sessions.

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Family day out

Enjoy a family day out at All Star Lanes. There are several locations around the city with a lively atmosphere that’ll keep everyone entertained. Come for bowling or karaoke and relax in the restaurant. There’s a varied children’s menu and special bundles on family dining. Kids’ parties are also available here.

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BBC Earth Experience

The natural world comes alive

The whole family can immerse themselves in nature at the BBC Earth Experience. Narrated by David Attenborough, this sustainably-run experience features multi-angle screens and digital technology to show jaw-dropping footage from “Seven Worlds, One Planet”. Visitors will explore stunning landscapes and encounter creatures from all over the world at this impressive attraction, which opened in 2023.

Dopamine Land

Unique interactive exhibit

Dopamine Land is a unique family-friendly attraction designed to boost happiness and unleash your inner child. Move through multiple rooms in this interactive multi-sensory experience that includes a digital forest and a pillow fight area. Lights, fragrances, and sound enhance the experience. The entire thing takes about 30-50 minutes to explore.

Tumbling Bay Playground

A playground for adventurers

Kids can work out pent-up energy at Tumbling Bay Playground, set in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The goal of this space is to let kids play in a natural environment. At this lively spot they'll discover treehouses, rock pools, bridges, and slides that work with the park's natural landscape.

Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
Hackney City Farm
Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm – February half-term activities
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Hackney City Farm

Working farm in East London

Get back to nature in East London at Hackney City Farm. This working farm is open to visitors. Families can meet farmyard animals like pigs and donkeys, explore the garden and grounds, and visit the restaurant. Various activities take place, including weekly clubs for under and over 12s that include working with animals.

The Postal Museum

Interactive exhibits and sessions

At The Postal Museum you'll discover more about Britain's postal system and heritage. There's interesting stuff for all ages – kids will enjoy the interactive exhibits and the chance to ride on the below-ground Mail Rail train. As well as regular play sessions for under-fives, during half-term there are creative sessions themed on postal uniforms.

Champions Wharf Play Beach

Riverside play area

Check out Champions Wharf Play Beach for outdoor play by the Thames. Opened in 2013, this is a fun park for all ages and offers great views of the river. It’s sandy underfoot, there’s a viking boat and a Victorian water taxi, and it’s enhanced with artwork and places to sit down.

Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare for kids

Next to the Thames you'll find Shakespeare's Globe, a reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre. Regular performances take place, including shows for children, and family-friendly tours of the building are available too. During half-term kids and families can join acting workshops, storytelling sessions, demonstrations, and tours suited to different age groups.

Finsbury Park

Expansive North London park

North London’s Finsbury Park is great for families who need some fresh air. There are spacious grounds to wander, a pond that’s a hotspot for birds and wildlife, sports facilities, a zip wire, a kids’ playground, and a café with child-friendly menus. A walk here is perfect for burning off some energy.

Bunker 51

Activities for adrenaline junkies

Nuclear bunker-themed activity centre Bunker 51 offers a range of thrilling and challenging activities for kids who love an adrenaline rush. There are escape rooms, laser tag, and paintball experiences suited to children and teenagers. If you book a private session here, the event can be tailored to be age-appropriate.

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Hours of bouncy fun

Kids will be entertained at Flip Out, a trampoline park and indoor playground with a few locations in London. Vibrant and full of colour, they're great for keeping children busy for a few hours. There are various zones to explore including trampolines, obstacle courses, and soft-play spaces for the youngest children. Hours are extended for school holidays too.

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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time – February half-term activities
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Clay Time

Get creative with clay

Get creative with pottery at Clay Time, which welcomes children and adults. At this North London ceramics studio, there are sessions for kids to make their own clay pot or paint a pre-made ceramic tile with an original design. You can also hire out the venue for kids' birthday parties.

Golders Hill Park Zoo

Interesting animals in the park

In North London there’s a zoo you can visit for free – Golders Hill Park Zoo. It’s been in situ for more than 100 years and lets you get close to various animals including lemurs, wallabies, kookaburras, and donkeys. Located in Golders Hill Park, there’s lots of space nearby to walk and play.

Diana Memorial Playground

Peter Pan-themed playground

Take the kids to Kensington Gardens and visit the Diana Memorial Playground, themed on Peter Pan. This staffed playground is hugely popular, welcoming over a million kids every year. Explore the pirate ship, teepees and totem pole, and sensory trail. This magical spot was designed so kids of all abilities could play together.

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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium – February half-term activities
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Pandemonium

Toy shop and play space

Shopping isn't usually a favourite activity for kids but they might feel differently if you take them to Pandemonium. They'll find thousands of toys and games to choose from at this timeless store, plus a playroom. Parents can relax with a coffee whilst the kids enjoy the toys and games in the room.

Queens

Ice skating and more

There's lively fun at Queens. This popular centre is vibrant and full of colour, offering a great time for adults and kids. Leisure ice skating is available, plus a spectators area if you don't want to get on the ice. There's also a bowling alley, arcade, and dining facilities.

Crystal Palace Park

Lots of options for kids

Get some fresh air when you explore Crystal Palace Park. This expansive green space in South London is home to the famous Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, historical dinosaur sculptures you can explore on foot or by pedalo. Kids can also have fun at the skatepark, playground, and one of the country’s largest mazes.

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Tea and treats at The Lane

During half-term, children get a special deal on the Regency Afternoon Tea served at the historic Theatre Royal Drury Lane. In addition to the sumptuous cakes and sweet treats prepared by renowned baker Lily Vanilli and the savouries created by The Lane's own chefs, the afternoon tea comes with a complimentary tub of Marshfield ice cream during half-term.

Bustronome London

Unique family city tour

Families can enjoy a unique city tour with Bustronome. This roving double decker bus has a distinctive glass roof so you can clearly see all the great sights. Adults can enjoy a tasting menu during the two-hour trip, whilst younger foodies can sample a sophisticated three-course menu.

Coram's Fields

Seven-acre playground

Since 1936, kids in London have been playing at Coram's Fields, a seven-acre playground in Bloomsbury. It's open to everyone aged under 16 and is a great place for some lively fun. There are multiple play areas, including a sensory zone and adventure playground with a zip wire, plus a paddling pool.

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Ice your own biscuits

Biscuiteers in West London is a place for buying exquisitely-iced biscuits in fun and unique designs, learning how to ice your own, or stopping for a hot drink and a sweet treat. During half-term both locations are offering icing classes that include a big choice of biscuits to decorate, plus a box to take the treats home in.

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Tootbus

Fun and family-friendly

Take the family on a tour of the city with Tootbus. This modern and fun company offers tours on an open-top double decker, including tours designed specifically with children in mind. You'll see all the major sights, learn some new facts, and enjoy lots of fun along the way.

Chickenshed

Inclusive theatre in North London

Right at the tip of North London there's Chickenshed, an inclusive local theatre with lots on for all ages. Workshops, film screenings, live music, and theatre performances are on here regularly. This half-term, lively theatre shows aimed at children are on. They're made for kids from babies up to age seven.

Foundling Museum

Creative workshops for the whole family

Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury has a range of great activities going on during half-term. This museum explores London's history through the story of the UK's first first home for children at risk of abandonment. It has an impressive art collection too. During the holidays, families can get involved with a number of creative workshops inspired by the museum's current exhibition.

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Bubble Planet London
Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
Bubble Planet London
Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet London – February half-term activities
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Bubble Planet

Enter a new world

Vibrant attraction Bubble Planet takes you into a world of bubbles, with 11 themed rooms that allow big and small kids to let loose. This multi-sensory experiences uses bubbles, lasers, lights, colours, and advanced technology to create a dreamy and immersive experience. The experience takes 60-90 minutes and is suitable for every age group.

Design Museum

Skate at the museum

The Design Museum is hosting an exhibition that dives into skateboard design and culture, featuring boards owned by the likes of Tony Hawk and Laura Thornhill. As part of the exhibition, they've built a bespoke skate ramp in the gallery itself, where skateboarders can show off their skills during their visit. The ramp is off-limits to children most of the time, but during February half-term, they're offering Open Skate sessions for kids ages 8-16.

The Mind Palace

Solve a mystery this half-term

West London Sherlock Holmes-themed venue The Mind Palace is laying on an exclusive experience that will entertain the entire family. Your team-working and puzzle-solving skills will be put to the test in this immersive experience that involves cracking clues together and getting out of an escape room. The whole thing lasts almost two hours.

The Golden Hinde

Guided tours of a historic ship

The Golden Hinde was the first English ship to sail around the world but today it's a museum permanently docked on the Thames. Visitors can explore the ship or enjoy special events like talks and live music. Throughout half-term there are guided tours taking place regularly, where the whole family can find out what being a 16th century sailor was really like.

Artsdepot

Theatre for all ages

North London theatre Artsdepot is staging a play during half-term that's suitable for everyone aged two and up. Take the kids along to this modern venue to see an adaptation of the much-loved children's book “Dear Zoo.” The show brings the story to life through puppets, songs, costumes, and lots of exciting zoo animals.

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