Browsing: May half term

May half term

May half term in York? We’ve got it covered! This is your guide to the ultimate things to do in and around York as a family during the May holiday, with lots of lovely events and activities all handpicked by the Little Vikings team. Have a good one, and don’t forget to let us know

May half term

if your kids are anything like ours, they’ll be mad about myths and love a good legend. Castle Howard’s May half term activities will be right up their street, as Rusticus bring to life ancient myths and legends associated with the statues in the gardens. Through storytelling, music, games and activities, you’ll be transported back

May half term

There comes a point in every school holiday when the kids are bouncing off the walls, but why not let them bounce on the trampolines at Energi, York’s one and only trampoline park, instead? Between 29th May and 4th June, they’ve lined up seven great days of jumping fun, with some special deals thrown in.

May half term

York Maker Hub run fantastic computer-based sessions for children aged 8+ (we’ve seen them in action ourselves) and they’ve got some great sessions lined up this May half term. Kids will get the chance to learn how to code in a fun, relaxed environment. Beginners will get to grips with Scratch or learn how to

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Get closer to nature this May bank holiday at Nunnington Hall. The education team from Lion Learners will share their animal knowledge, answer your questions and give you a chance to get hands on. Will you be brave enough to hold a scary beast? From cockroaches to lizards, who’ll rise to the challenge and tick

May half term

Explore Beningbrough Hall, Gallery & Gardens by bike, trike or on your own two feet this May half term. Borrow an explorer backpack and search for bugs, birds, flora and plants and tick more things off your ‘50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾’ play list. Go on a barefoot walk, hunt bugs, build

May half term

Head to York Museum Gardens this May half term as the Eboracum Roman Festival comes to town. There’ll be lots of fun Roman activities, including military parades, siege weapon demonstrations, birds of prey displays, a living history camp and talks by expert speakers. Children will be able to meet Roman soldiers and take part in