It’s nearly time for another half term (31st May - 4th June 2021) and we’ve found some great family days out for you to enjoy in and around the Coventry area. From wave pools to memorial parks and treasure trails to ice skating, there’s something for everyone to get stuck into.
Make a splash together with the kids this half term at The Wave indoor waterpark right in the heart of Coventry. There’s high-speed slides, a fun packed splash zone and a relaxing lazy river, something for all ages to enjoy. You can book your session online today.
It’s time to get your skates on and head over to Planet Ice Coventry for a fun filled family day out on the ice. There are lots of different sessions to book including disco and parent & toddler. Make sure you book your session online before you go.
War Memorial Park is the perfect place to get outdoors and explore. Complete with playing fields, a splash park, play area and a golf course there’s plenty to keep everyone entertained this half term. *Fingers crossed for sunshine*.
After only just reopening on 17th May, there’s never been a better time to visit Coventry Transport Museum to see what is on offer. It’s a day to remember filled with displays, interactive galleries and exhibitions, it’s a perfect trip out for any budding vehicle enthusiasts.
Fancy a spy mission around Coventry? It’s a fun way to explore and get the kids out and about for a few hours. The trail takes around 2 hours to complete and it’s your chance to win some real treasure, if you get all the correct answers.
The trail can be sent to you in the post or you can download from their website for instant mystery trail fun.
All of these Coventry days out are accessible by bus so plan your journey today. Let us know what you're up to this May half term - join us on our social channels and tag us in your Coventry adventures!
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Published: 19th May 2021
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