It's half term here in Hertfordshire, a chance for a whole week, full of family fun. However, if you don't know what to do or what's best suited for you children and their age group, Visit Hertfordshire is here for you and to help your children have a memorable week. We've created a list of some of the best child-friendly attractions Hertfordshire has to offer, from adventuring out and meeting furry friends to playing golf 20,000 leagues under the sea, we're sure there's something for everyone here in Hertfordshire this half term.
Please note that some attractions in Herts may be closed or partially closed from the 18th of February due to safety concerns around Storm Eunice. Please check our partner websites for the latest information before travelling.
Willows Activity Farm is a day out we're sure the whole family will love, with tasty food and drink, a chance to feed animals, watch shows and even be able to meet Peter Rabbit, you're bound to have a memorable day out.
Learn more here: Willows Activity Farm
Get ready for a family fun day out competing at Mr Mulligan's 2 great 18 hole courses fantastically themed with Jurassic predators to underwater creatures. This UV lit course is sure to impress the little ones, and if you're hungry afterwards Mr Mulligan's serves a great range of hot food to keep everyone happy.
Book a course here: Mr Mulligan's
A great day out for all the family, both kids and adults are welcome here at Hollywood Bowl's 28 lane court, where the family can compete for a win.
Book a lane here: Hollywood Bowl
With Christmas just gone, we're sure you and the little ones are itching to spend their Christmas money, and with over 80 stores to choose to buy from, we can guarantee this will keep you happy for the day.
Start shopping here: The galleria
The perfect day out for curious young minds, with many different exhibitions for children and adults alike. From the 10th of January to the 14th of February visit for the "Musuem Mini's" an attraction tailored for a younger audience.
Start learning here: St Albans Museum