February Half Term In Cornwall – What’s On
Why not spend February half term in Cornwall and keep the whole family entertained. Wrap up warm, pull on your boots and step outside, we’ve mapped out just some of the local events and our favourite hidden spots in the county for you all to enjoy.
Nothing beats the backdrop of Cornish fresh air and stunning seascapes when it comes to holiday inspiration and, even though the weather can be wilder, February half term is a wonderful time to visit Cornwall and explore. Here’s just some of the exciting things you can all get up to …
Passport to the World at The Eden Project. 16 – 24 Feb.
From the tropical rainforest bridge-in-the-clouds, the culture of the Aboriginals to the colour and dance of Rio, discover far-flung continents and try exotic new challenges. The Eden Project is a spectacular place to visit and a favourite among the Gems team.
Training the Troops at Pendennis Castle. 18 – 22 Feb
Falmouth is steeped in maritime history and this half term the iconic Pendennis Castle, overlooking the sea, steps back in time to the second world war to find out what life was like to defend this important location. Crawl through tunnels or walk the plank, this interactive, cultural experience will involve the whole family.
Trelissick Gardens’ Signs of Spring Trails. 16 – 24 Feb
Spring starts to appear with the arrival of the snowdrops in Cornwall. Grab a trail sheet from the team at Trelissick Gardens near Falmouth and hunt out those emerging blooms. Dogs are welcomed in the surrounding parkland with wonderful walks leading down to the River Fal.
Paradise Park Pirates and Fairies Treasure Hunt. 16 – 24 Feb
This colourful wildlife park has it all. Including penguins and otters, the Jungle Barn indoor play area and acres of parkland, Paradise Park is a wonderful place to visit for all ages. This February half term, swap holiday wear for pirate and fairy outfits and join the treasure hunts to claim a prize.
National Maritime Museum ‘Science at Sea’. 10-18 Feb
Atoms, molecules and all things chemistry await this half term. The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth has embraced science at sea so expect expert-led shows, audience participation and an epic journey of earth’s water and its importance. Located in the heart of Falmouth, combine this fun experience with a day out sight-seeing around the area.
Our luxury holiday homes are located throughout the county, give our travel advisors a call on 01872 241241 for a chat or visit www.cornishgems.com