Thinking of spending February Half Term in Pembrokeshire? Or maybe you’re all booked in and looking for things to do that will keep the kids entertained, give you a chance to let your hair down and make sure you’ve spent quality family time together. Here are 7 activities we know you’ll love – one for each day of your holiday!



Get up close with bugs

Come and meet (and eat!) some of the world’s best bugs at The Bug Farm, St Davids. This is a unique February half term activity that we’re sure you won’t forget. Get to know some fascinating invertebrates in the Tropical Bug Zoo, head to the Nature Hut for games, learning and crafts for the kids, and then finish the day off with a delicious meal at Grub Kitchen – yum!


Go Crabbing in Solva

Crabbing is an activity ‘for the kids’, that will soon have the adults completely engrossed too. All you need is a bucket, crab line, and the perfect bait to get started. Fair warning though, things can get competitive!

Remember that Solva Quay is a working harbour with boats coming and going. If you’re unsure where is best to set up for an afternoon’s crabbing, ask someone and they’ll point you in the right direction.


Relax at the Torch Theatre

During February Half Term, the Torch Theatre in Milford are showing family films including Peppa Pig’s Cinema Party in a relaxed environment, so even the smallest members of the family can enjoy a trip to the cinema. Head to Foam for some relative peace and quiet over some delicious food afterwards.


Get up close with animals

Book an animal experience at Folly Farm and get to know the wonderful animals that call this farm home! Feed the lions, meet the rhinos and gaze at the giraffes.

Manor Park Wildlife Park also offer animal experiences and chances to ‘Be A Keeper’ for the day! Choose from gibbons, red pandas and even tigers on these incredible experiences that you and your little ones will remember for a long time to come!


Photo – Castell Henllys

Step back in time at Castell Henllys

Nestled in countryside in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is an Iron Age Fort, recreated where it would have stood 2000 years ago. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about how our Welsh ancestors lived in a fun, interactive experience. Book to explore the fort and have a guided tour with one of the tribe. Or experience the Iron Age complete with slingshots, ancient stories and face paint! Book your experience here.


Get active at Heatherton World Of Activites

Want to really tire the kids out? Head to Heatherton World of Activities! Enjoy everything from zorbing and inflatable slides to mini golf and go karting for the younger members of the family. For those who want a bit more adrenaline, there’s also paintballing and a tree tops trail! This exciting day out will have you all snoozing in front of the log burner when you get back to your cottage by the sea.


Have an adventure

Enjoy the Pembrokeshire coastline to the maximum with a TYF Adventure this February Half Term. With adventures like climbing, coasteering and kayaking on offer, they offer a fabulous way to experience the St Davids Peninsula. If your children are a little younger, they also offer a Rockpool Safari to learn all about the creatures that call this coast home!


child beach holiday


There’s so much to see and do this February half term that we’re sure that your trip to St Davids and its surroundings won’t disappoint – and we reckon that, if you stick to our list, the kids will sleep all the way home!

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