February Half Term 2019 – Dyffryn Gardens

Dyffryn Gardens

The National Trust has invited us to Dyffryn Gardens this half term. (Gifted) 

There’s lots going on this February half term at Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan.  Most of the events are free (unless stated) however, an admission charge applies.

Standard admission prices:
Adult – £10.90
Child – £5.45
Family – £27.50

Dyffryn Sleepy Trail 
16th February – 3rd March.
10.00 – 17.00
Booking not needed

Discover what’s sleeping and what’s waking up around Dyffryn Gardens with our Sleepy Trail.
Get close to nature this Half Term, see what’s hibernating and what plants are waking up for spring. Each trail location has a letter which spells a name… but whose?

Winter Wonders – A walking trail.
16th February – 7th March
10.00 – 17.00
Booking not needed

Discover what is in flower at Dyffryn this winter with this self-led trail.
This walk will take you around the property, taking in the highlights of our winter garden. See the snowdrops, seek out the camellias and admire the stripped-back structures of some of our best trees. Take your time and follow the route to discover the best of what Dyffryn has to offer this season.

Extra Info:
Suitability – Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point – Maps can be picked up at Visitor Reception.
What to bring and wear – Wear smart shoes to discover the best of our Arboretum.
Accessibility – This trail will take you off the paths and onto uneven surfaces.

Make it Monday – February Half-Term 
Monday 18th February and Monday 25th February
12.00 – 15.00
Booking not needed

Come rain or shine, this indoor craft activity will be something fun for all the family. With nature-themed crafts taking place in the Morning Room of Dyffryn House, you can make something to take home and keep as a memento of your visit to Dyffryn Gardens.

Cook on a campfire
Wednesday 27th February 
11.00 – 14.00
Additional £2 applies
No booking needed

Get back to nature and cooking in the great outdoors this Half Term.

Grab your s’mores kit, make your way to the campfire and toast marshmallows to squish between two delicious chocolatey biscuits.

Extra Info:
Meeting point – The Log Stack
What to bring and wear – Wear sensible shoes as we will be in the Arboretum.
Accessibility – There is an accessible path all the way to the bottom of the gardens but crossing the grass to the Log Stack can be wet and muddy.
Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan Options are available.


For more information please visit – https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dyffryn-gardens/whats-on

We will be popping along this half term so don’t forget to follow our Instagram for pictures of the day – www.instagram.com/welshmummyblogs




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