5 fun things to do with the kids during half- term
24th February 2014
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1. Cattle Country Adventure Park

Falconry shows, Arts & Crafts open (Face Painting, Sand Art and Badge Making) Come and meet the Guinea Pigs in the undercover area http://www.cattlecountry.co.uk/

2. Dean Heritage Centre

Indoors, the Dean Heritage Centre offers five on-site galleries exploring the history of the Forest of Dean from the Ice Age to the present day, while the Forester's Cottage and Victorian School Room allows children to dress up and step back in time to experience life in the 19th century. http://www.deanheritagecentre.com/

3. Gloucester Waterways Museum

Children will love getting their hands wet in Gloucester Waterways Museum's interactive canal lock exhibit, not to mention dressing up as waterways children; with the chance to try their hand at the pulley and sack display, and climb aboard boats, as they explore the history of the region's canals and rivers. http://canalrivertrust.org.uk/gloucester-waterways-museum

4. Dick Whittington Farm Park

When it's wet outside, you will want to skip the sopping sandpit, rickety bridge and pets corner, and instead head to Dick Whittington Farm Park's indoor attractions, including a large soft play activity area; aquarium room; restaurant with toys; and mega slides. http://www.dickwhittington.org/

5. Swimming lessons at Dursley Pool

The chance for kids to splash and swim with inflatables, floats and rafts under supervision. http://www.dursleypool.com/

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