Things to do with children this February half-term in Newport. Find out what’s on for children this February half-term in Newport.
With the children off school, it’s not always easy to keep them entertained, without breaking the bank. So we’ve found lots of family friendly fun happening this February 2022 half-term in Newport, that the kids will love – and so will your purse.
The house and gardens will reopen just in time for February half-term. They will have seasonal activities ready for a fun-filled week, including ’50 Things to do before your 113/4‘activity sheets. The Brewhouse café will also be serving their usual tasty treats, while the bookshop will be open with literary treasures for you to find.
Entry fees apply to the house and gardens. The parkland is free to explore.
To find out more visit: Tredegar House | Newport, South Wales | National Trust
Belle Vue Park
Spend an afternoon out with the kids at the attractive Victorian Park in Newport. It’s a lovely place to walk with beautiful gardens, lawns and woodland to explore, a popular children’s play area, tennis courts and a café for treats.
Its suitable for all ages and the best part is it’s free.
To find out more visit: Belle Vue park | Newport City Council
The Regional Pool and Tennis Centre
There is something for everyone at the Regional Pool and Tennis Courts in Newport, offering free swimming for 8-16 year olds at selected times on the weekends and school holidays. The Centre is home to a 25m eight-lane competition swimming pool, the only tennis centre in the region, a gym, café, outdoor multi-use games area and a children’s outdoor playground. It’s a great place to go with the kids, rain or shine this February Half-term.
To find out more visit: Regional Pool & Tennis Centre | Home of swimming and tennis in Newport (newportlive.co.uk)
Cefn Mably Farm Park
Why not visit Cefn Mably farm park where there is something for everyone, from crazy mini golf, to racing go-karts and pony rides. There is also a new train ride that takes you around the park. Down on the farm children can feed and hold some of the animals or run around in the outdoor play area.
Indoors, parents can relax in the café with a coffee and piece of homemade cake while the children make the most of the soft play. Don’t forget to stop by the farm shop before you leave.
To find out more visit: About | Cefn Mably Farm Park
If you find yourself at a loose end on a sunnier February day, why not head to Newport’s own nature reserve. Newport Wetlands visitor centre is ideal for children and families. Guided walks and children’s activities are available, encouraging families to take a closer look at the reserve. Drinks and a bite to eat can be enjoyed in the café afterwards and don’t forget to browse in the gift shop.
Kids will love being out with the wildlife and they’ll probably come away from the Wetlands having picked up some new knowledge.
The wetlands are free to explore for both adults and children.
To find out more visit: Newport Wetlands Nature Reserve, Gwent – The RSPB