5 Things To Do During May Half Term
There are lots of fun activities and events happening in Cornwall during May Half-Term week. Read on for 5 fun suggestions or discover all event listings here. After a fun-filled day, why not go for a picnic on the beach or in a woodland or countryside park? Read our picnic suggestions here. Or treat yourself to an ice cream in the sunshine! Whatever you get up to, we hope you have a lovely time...
There are lots of exciting activities taking place at Camel Creek Adventure Park, starting on the 26th of May. The Gruffalo will be appearing at regular intervals throughout the day on the 29th May and there will also be treasure hunts and the chance to meet the new meerkat pups!
Junior gardeners are invited to join the gardening team at St Michael's Mount garden. Families can learn about the lush sub-tropical garden and kids can pot-up a sempervivum, commonly known as the houseleek, or the ‘liveforever’. Children can enjoy getting their hands dirty and then take the plant home with them so they can watch it grow.
Bude & Stratton Folk Festival is a small and friendly festival. Activities include music, song, dance, and storytelling, and other children’s events. There are concerts, sing-arounds, sessions, a folk club, a barn dance, open-mics, fringe events, a folk service and workshops.
Enjoy a steam ride into the leisure park and have fun playing crazy golf, on the canoeing lake, in the toddler path maze and indoor play carriages and much more. Paddington Bear will make appearances on the 30th and 31st of May at East Wheal Rose, so make sure you bring your camera for some magical memories!
In between meeting the birds in the aviaries and at the free flying shows, you can explore the grounds on your own dinosaur expedition. Have fun hunting for dinosaur eggs and answering questions to get the special ‘Paradise Park Professor of Palaeontology’ certificate! Don't miss Eagles of Paradise Display (weather permitting) and the indoor JungleBarn play area.
Do you have any other suggestions for family half-term activities? Share them in the comments below!
Laura Easlick, Marketing