Half term can be the trickiest of holidays. You have to entertain the kids, the weather can be unpredictable, you’re juggling your regular responsibilities and everybody wants to have fuuuunnnnn!
At a Twitter chat sponsored by Klook Travel, we shared some of the best ideas for getting out for half term family fun, in London and across the UK and took advice from the people that know the best days out around the country – YOU! Klook offers a simple way to discover activities, attractions and things to do wherever you travel.
You can save this half term by booking your day out via Klook — you get £10 off when you spend over £100. That’s ON TOP of the regular ticket discounts. Use UKHalfTerm code when booking! #KlookHalfTerm http://bit.ly/2twZceV
Here, more great half-term ideas to make it a success!
What type of half-term fun do your kids love?
Keeping kids entertained can be tricky, especially when you have different ages and genders to keep happy!
@Sabretiggr summed it up perfectly – “Depends on the weather! Cold and damp = museums, cinema, indoor activities. Dry and bright = countryside walks. Snow = lots more fun outdoors!”
Another thing that many of you agreed on, is that half term is more fun with friends, new and old!
— LauraSideStreet (@laurasidestreet) February 13, 2020
What about the weather?
The weather has a big impact on plans, but it is important to make the most of the sunshine when it does decide to make an appearance, and have a back-up plan for when it doesn’t.
@Tantrums2Smiles has a great idea – “We sometimes creating a summer holiday bucket list board where we all share ideas that we would love to do over the holidays and try to tick off as many as we can. Everything from baking & park trips to holidays and day trips! It could work for any time”
How to save money at half term
School holidays can quickly become very expensive so discounts and money off always help out when it comes to keeping the kids happy and entertained.
Get £10 off at Klook when you spend £100 with the code UKHALFTERM
What Klook activity would you most like to try this half term?
— A Mum Reviews (@amumreviews) February 13, 2020
I’d like to book tickets for Tower Bridge. We’ve gone over it, under it, seen it go up and down but haven’t done the tour inside yet. pic.twitter.com/9rpI38IxyP
— Angela Paull with a double L (@angep1969) February 13, 2020
— 💘 🌈💥Twirlywhirly 💥🌈 💘 (@twirlywhirly3) February 13, 2020
We always find exploring castles good fun and educational in the holidays. Plus it’s relativity cheap which is always a bonus. — @Philip27227256
Mine are 5 and 10 years old and both LOVE a good trip to a theme park or spending the day hopping on and off rides! I think we are hoping to plan a surprise trip to Chessington this year as we haven’t been yet! @Tantrums2Smiles
I’d love to treat our family to this klook.com/en-GB/activity Never been as a family to a London Show @missielizzieb
Your favourite rainy day activities
@Missielizzieb said that she loves combining books with inspiring trips. David Walliams and Roald Dahl books are good examples where you can go see places in the books and @chelseamamma responded that they were opening a new David Walliams area at Alton Towers soon that the kids couldn’t wait to visit.
— Diane Radford (@dianestar17) February 13, 2020
This post is sponsored by Klook Travel. On the Klook site you can find tickets for top activities & experiences at great discounts – Harry Potter, iconic London sights, stadium tours and more! Choose your next family day out now! http://bit.ly/2twZceV