Things to do With Kids in Norfolk This February Half Term: 5 School Holiday Activities

Just like that – another school term comes to an end and now it’s time to search for things to do with kids in Norfolk to keep the kiddies entertained. So what school holiday activities are available this half term in Norfolk?


We’re so glad you asked, which is why we’ve put together this list of awesome things to do in Norfolk this half term that the whole family will enjoy. So never fear we are here to ensure your kid’s school holiday is filled with adventure, excitement and discovery!


1.) Visit High Altitude Trampoline Park in Norwich 

Would this really be a list of awesome family-friendly activities without High Altitude featured? Nah, we didn’t think so either.

In all seriousness, we’d love to have you visit High Altitude this February half term as, like always, we’ve got so much going on for families to enjoy. 

We’re Open All Day Everyday 

For us, the school holidays are business as usual. The February half term is from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd February and we’ll be open all day every day! Check out our latest timetable for all of the sessions that will be running and at what times during half term. 

Trampoline Park With Inflatables 

The inflatables at our trampoline park have just turned one year old! What better way to celebrate the inflatable’s anniversary than to come on down for a go on them yourself? Remember that when you buy a ticket for your chosen trampoline session, you get FREE access to the inflatables included. 

Plenty of Trampolining Sessions to Keep the Whole Family Entertained

During half term, finding things to do with kids in Norfolk can be quite a challenge. Especially when it’s not always just the school kids you need to worry about. What about toddlers or home-schooled children and those with special educational needs?

At our trampoline park, everyone is accommodated. With a wide variety of dedicated sessions, we’ve got the perfect one for your child. Here are some of the sessions running at High Altitude during half term:


2.) Two Zoos for the Price of One: Banham Zoo and Africa Alive Half Term Deal


If you’re searching for things to do in Norfolk for the animal lovers in your life then this one is for you. Popular Norfolk zoos, Banham Zoo and Africa Alive are offering a great deal for families this half term. 

When you book a ticket to either zoo, you will receive a ticket to the other for free! So you can either visit Banham Zoo first by buying some tickets and then in return, get free tickets to Africa Alive. Find out more here >

This offer is live from Thursday 1st February to Thursday 29th February, which is perfect timing for school holiday activities this half term!

So for an up close and personal encounter with furry friends, wonderful wild animals, and cute creatures, take advantage of this mega offer. 

3. Visit a Local Nature Reserve

For affordable things to do with kids in Norfolk this half term, you could visit one of Norfolk’s many nature reserves. Sometimes free and usually a low price, a family trip to a nature reserve is the perfect opportunity to get out in the fresh air.

Here in Norfolk, we are so lucky to have such beautiful countryside. Filled with sprawling woods, local creatures and critters, long lakes and beautiful flora, a Norfolk nature reserve is a guaranteed hit with the kids. 

Some great nature reserves in Norfolk include:

Visiting a nature reserve is one of those school holiday activities that you may not have thought of, so consider this your sign to get kitted up and step into nature for the day.

4. Enjoy a Trip to the Movies

Ah, who doesn’t love a trip to the cinema? A fresh new movie, popcorn, slushies, and comfy seats – it can’t get much better than this. 

Luckily for local families, Norwich has a great selection of cinemas to choose from. Such venues include:

Not only is the cinema an enjoyable day out for those of all ages, but it’s also one of the more affordable school holiday activities out there. Hey, plan your day right and you can watch a movie at one of these local cinemas, then to wake yourself back up, pop into High Altitude for a cheeky bounce, which is just down the road. 

5. Local History and an Extraordinary Day Out: Stately Homes in Norfolk

Much like Norfolk is treated to stunning countryside, the same is also true for estate homes that you can visit. These stately homes combine local history with British nature and countryside to offer families a half term day out that is unique and rewarding. 

Some great estate homes that our team recommend include:

  • Holkham Hall – An 18th-century country house, showing incredible architecture. Tour the hall, grab a bite to eat and there’s even a gift shop to visit. 
  • Sandringham Estate – Visit the actual countryside retreat of King Charles and Queen Camilla. 
  • Blickling Estate – At this National Trust estate, visit the Jacobean mansion, stroll through the magical garden, eat and shop. 

It can be difficult for parents to come up with things to do with kids during half term, so this is another one of those ideas that you may not have first thought of. However, a family can easily spend the whole day at most Norfolk stately homes. 

For a day out that includes fun, interactive learning and a close encounter with nature, this day-out idea is worth considering. 

One Last Thing 

Between the cost of half term days out and finding something to suit the whole family, you may feel that your options are somewhat limited for things to do with kids in Norfolk.

However, we hope that the above options have given you some ideas on what to do this February half term in Norfolk with your little ones. 

Remember, our trampoline park is open all day every day this half term, so come on down for a bounce session or two. Book your tickets on our website or speak to a member of our team today.