5 City Centre Activities For Half Term

Posted on: 18 February 2019

In need of some fun and family friendly activities this half term? Worry not! We’ve got you covered with these 5 fun-tastic ideas. 

1. The Lost City Adventure Golf 

Head out for an adventured with your family and explore the Lost City. Located underneath the Corner House this amazing golf course is sure to be a hole in one for keeping this kids entertained this half term. Family passes start from just £25 for 18 holes and will cover 4 people. 

2. SaltBox - Welcome To The Jungle Disco 

Put on your dancing shoes and shuffle down to SaltBox for the family friendly Welcome To The Jungle rave. Look out for free glow-sticks, crafts, baby area & games and much more. Word has it there’s also a prize for the best dressed family so put on your best jungle outfit and dress to impress. The event takes place on Sunday 24th February from 2pm - 4pm. 

3. National Justice Museum - Free Family Fairy Tale Trials 

Ansansi the fruit-loving spider comes to the National Justice Museum this half time. He’s a cheeky  character whose many stories originate in Ghana and are central to Caribbean culture and folklore. The question is though… Did he steal the cherries and bananas?! Help unravel the mystery with this free, fun and educational half-term activity. 

The event will take place on multiple days so be sure to check times before heading in.

4. Broadway Cinema 

Go on a family outing to catch the latest flick at Broadway Cinema. With laugh-out-loud family films such as Lego Movie 2 on show and children’s tickets starting at £4.50; you and the little ones are sure to have a fab time. Don’t forget the popcorn! 

5. National Ice Arena - Relaxed Skating Sessions  

Enjoy a evening of ice skating with the National Ice Arena’s Relaxed Skating Sessions. “What’s a Relaxed Skating Session?” we hear you say. Here’s what the Ice Arena have to say about it.

“The Relaxed Skating Sessions are perfect for those who would benefit from a more relaxed atmosphere – including those with a learning disability, an autism spectrum condition, or sensory and communication disorder. The music will be turned off within the venue and the Sub Zero café, and the lighting will be kept to a standard 200-lux setting, with no disco or flashing lights.”

Tickets are £7.50 for juniors, £8.50 for adults and free entry for under 5’s. Enjoy!