Half Term in Chesterfield
Things to do this February Half Term
From family favourites to exhibitions there is plenty to keep all the family entertained this February half term in Chesterfield.
Family favourites this half term
Sooty heads to the Pomegranate Theatre this half term. Direct from their hit ITV series, Sooty, Sweep and Soo and TV’s Richard Cadell will amaze you with impossible tricks and sidesplitting jokes! Be astounded at Sooty’s flying car, Soo’s singing unicorn and Sweep’s levitating sausage. Find out more and book tickets.
If in the town centre, the Traditional Victorian Carousel will be in Chesterfield’s New Square for the half term, from 10am until 5pm. Find out more.
Why not head to Chatsworth and give your little ones a great place to spend their half term, the farmyard and adventure playground will be open for the February school holidays.Join in on some swashbuckling fun at the farmyard and adventure playground this February half-term. Blast pirate targets on our trailer ride, dare to handle the spiders and snakes, explore the adventure playground and meet all the animals in our farmyard. Find out more.
Eastwood Park in Hasland are also running family activities during half term. On Tuesday 19th February, have a go at building your own bird box, and on Friday 22nd February, have a go at navigating and exploring the park in the Xplorer challenge! Find out more.
Rother Active Youth are a community group set up to provide extra-curricular activities for children based in the Rother area (Grangewood, Brampton, Boythorpe and Birdholme) of Chesterfield. They have put together a range of half term activities. Find out more here.
StraightCurves have a great range of different workshops including badgemaking, cake decorating, sewing, woolcraft and so much more! Their popular all day school will also be running during the week where children can take part in activities all day. Find out more.
Matlock Farm Park have a fabulous Kids Go Free offer for February. There is plenty to do for children, with lots of animals to see and feed, as well as smaller cuddly animals to pet in their barn. Learn more about our meerkats through the daily talks, short pony rides are on most days and you can have a free bet on the ferret races! To get your discount print out the voucher below.
Celebrate Chesterfield’s Past
Learn about life in the Stone Age at the Chesterfield Museum with period axes, arrows and tools available to handle. Have a go at rubbing engravings of Stone Age art and grinding corn using a quern stone. Find out more.
You can explore behind the scenes at Chesterfield Museum on their special tour. Visit the museum’s onsite store room and find out how a museum preserves its collection for future generations. Find out more.
Discover the story of the Crooked Spire and enjoy the views of Chesterfield
Climb the Tower of St Mary and All Saints Church for a close-up view of the ‘Crooked Spire’ and a bird’s eye view of Chesterfield. Tours last around an hour and include a visit to the Belfry, some of the legends surrounding the twisted spire and what may be the truth behind Chesterfield’s famous ‘Crooked Spire’. Join a tower tour and get 10% off your food order in the Spire by Stephensons. Find out more.
We hope you have an enjoyable time over half term in Chesterfield.
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