Are you visiting Cornwall this February Half term? If you are then we have listed a few of the activities taking place. While you are down here we would love to meet up and show you our show lodges and Eco Holiday Homes (have a look at our website for all the details).

Love Nature at The Lost Gardens of Heligan

15th – 23rd February 2020

The Lost Gardens of Heligan will help you reconnect with the beautiful natural world this half term. Follow sensory trails throughout the garden, discover the importance of biodiversity and spot any wild creatures living amongst the garden on your visit.

They also have top tips to encourage wildlife in your own garden and you can make a special bird treat which can be hung up in an outdoor space, create a wildflower seed bomb ready for the summer!

As a part of Love Nature event, you have the chance with clay and foliage from the Heligan gardens to make natural impression patterns.

You will find yourself taking lots of photos so why not visit the Hide and take in all the photography from students at Falmouth University as they unveil their ‘Natural History PhotographyExhibition’.

Colour Uncovered at the Eden Project

15th – 23rd February 2020

Get creative at the Eden Project working alongside an artist to help create a giant, multi-coloured art installation, as well as making a range of creative crafts to take home with you.

You will learn how you can make art out of anything, and in The Lab, learn more about the science of colour. Exploring the Eden Project, follow the Living Colour trail to experience some of the boldest and brightest colours in nature.

Hands on With History at Pendennis Castle

17th – 21st February 2020

Half-term at Pendennis Castle will help you learn all about life in a real castle. There are plenty of activities for you to take part in at Pendennis, sword fighting, playing Monkopoly, a historical take on Monopoly, and listen to the storytelling sessions. This is in addition to exploring the Castle. 

Spring Children’s Trail at Trelissick

15th – 23rd February 2020, 10am – 4pm

As the spring flowers start to grow out of the winter garden, introducing some colour back to the lawns of Trelissick, children are invited to search for signs of Spring on this special trail.

Pick up a trail sheet to help you discover and identify all of the emerging flowers. This event is free with admission to the garden.

Ice Skating at The Eden Project

until 23rd February 2020

Back to Eden you will have the last chance to go ice skating in Cornwall this winter, with the Eden Project offering their ice sessions until 23rd February 2020. Skate sessions for the public last for 40 minutes. Play sessions for families are also available for those less confident with skating. In addition to Eden entrance, skating costs £7 per adult and £6 per child for general skating.

Whatever you are doing, enjoy your holiday and if you need more information about our holiday homes for sale or for future holidays then please let us know.

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