February Half-Term in Bournemouth

Spend February Half-Term in Bournemouth. It might be winter, but Bournemouth is still a great destination for a short break.

February Half-Term is from Saturday 10 February 2018 – Sunday 18 February 2018

February Half-Term in Bournemouth Indoor Activities

Rock Reef on Bournemouth Pier has:

Clip n Climb – climbing wall
Pier Cave – twists, turns, grottos and ball pits.
High Line – indoor aerial obstacle course

Oceanarium  – watch daily feeds for otters, penguins, sharks and turtles

Escape Room – a lot of fun, only for children over the age of 12 with adult supervision

Oasis Fun – bowling alley, indoor soft play centre, adventure golf course, arcades and pool tables and an American diner and bar.

Laserquest – a game of tag with a twist! Get points every time you ‘zap’ another player, lose points every time you are ‘zapped’.

February Half-Term in Bournemouth Outdoor Activities

Bournemouth Beach – walk or cycle along the prom on Bournemouth’s 7-mile stretch of beach. Reward yoursleves afterwards with a hot chocolate or perhaps an ice-cream at one of the sea front cafes

Pier Zip Wire – At the end of Bournemouth pier is the world’s first pier to shore zip wire

Bournemouth Boating – Based at Tuckton Tea Gardens near Southbourne, hire a boat or take a ferry along the Stour River. Views of Christchurch Priory and the local wildlife will not disappoint

Hengistbury Head – a headland that forms part of the Christchurch Harbour that provide a home for many plants, birds and insects, and features an award-winning visitor centre

Snowtrax   Ski Slope for skiing, snowboarding and Ski Bobs just outside Bournemouth.

Farmer Palmers – hands-on animal experiences for children and plentiful play areas, all in a safe and welcoming environment.

Brownsea Island Feaured in Enid Blyton’s ‘Famous |Five’ Brownsea Island is famous for red squirrels, wildlife and has special half-term activities

Corfe Castle Thousand-year-old royal castle shaped by warfare with regular half-term activities

Monkey World – originally created as a home for abused chimpanzees, it is now home to many different species, and is a wonderfully uplifting day out

Studland Bay – a magnificent area of natural coastline with 4 miles of sandy beach and a haven for native wildlife

Call the Arlington on 01202 52879 or book online