It’s never too early to get excited about your next family day out! Check out the all-important Birmingham school holidays dates below and start planning your upcoming experiences. To help you out with the organisation, we’ve also included our recommendations for the top 5 must-see attractions in Birmingham.
Birmingham School Holiday Dates 2020/21
- Term Starts: 1st September 2020
- Autumn Term: 1st September – 18th December 2020
- October Half Term: 26th October – 30th October 2020
- Christmas Holidays: 20th December – 2nd January 2021
- Spring Term: 4th January 2021 – 1st April 2021
- February Half Term: 15th February – 19th February 2021
- Easter Holiday: 2nd April – 18th April 2021
- Summer Term: 19th April – 21st July 2021
- May Half Term: 31st May – 4th June 2021
- Summer Holidays Start: 22nd July 2021
Birmingham School Holiday Dates 2021/22
- Term Starts: 2nd September 2021
- Autumn Term: 2nd September – 17th December 2021
- October Half Term: 25th October – 29th October 2021
- Christmas Holidays: 18th December – 3rd January 2021
- Spring Term: 4th January – 8th April 2021
- February Half Term: 21st February – 25th February 2022
- Easter Holiday: 9th April – 24th April 2022
- Summer Term: 25th April – 22nd July 2022
- May Half Term: 30th May – 3rd June 2022
- Summer Holidays Start: 23rd July 2022
Top Things to do in the Birmingham School Holidays
With the Birmingham school holiday dates marked down in your calendar, not it’s time to start exploring. We suggest you start with these 5 Birmingham attractions:
1 Mr Mulligan’s Birmingham
Intergalactic fun at the heart of Birmingham sounds like something you’d be interested in? Take your space explorers to Mr Mulligan’s Space Golf Birmingham. This brand new mini golf venue has been a huge hit ever since it opened its doors in December 2018. It will have you and your tiny putters swinging your golf sticks through 3 epic sci-fi themed courses. Plus there are bars and restaurants on-site, so everyone can have a treat at the end.
If you love a good game of adventure mini-golf with the kids, you should add Mr Mulligan’s Birmingham to your list of things to do during the Birmingham school holidays. And that applies to any holiday since this indoor activity is great no matter the weather.
2. Rush Trampoline Park Birmingham
Who doesn’t like a bit of trampolining? Some carefree bouncing can make anyone feel like a child again but at the huge Rush Trampoline Park Birmingham, there’s much more than just trampolines (although there are over 100 of them!). Whether you’re up for an extreme family basketball or dodgeball face-off, or you fancy taking on the assault course, or maybe you just want to dive into the foam pit, it’s all there and it’s just a tiny bit of what’s on offer!
Rush Birmingham is located only 4 miles south of Birmingham city centre, so it’s easily accessible and it won’t take you a long time to get there.
3. Cadbury World
Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! Cadbury World is the perfect attraction for anyone who’s got a sweet tooth. There are various chocolatey zones to explore from an African Adventure play area to a Chocolate Making Zone. Kids of all ages enjoy the interactive virtual experiences which allow you to play in the chocolate rain, chase Creme eggs and even grow your own cocoa tree.
Cadbury World throws some amazing events for their younger visitors during the Birmingham school holidays, so be sure to check their events’ programme in advance and book your tickets early on, if you don’t want to miss out on the fun.
4. Cocks Moors Woods
The stats are showing that parents in the UK love nothing more than a day at the water park. If you live in Birmingham, you won’t have to go too far to find some splashing fun. Cocks Moors Woods leisure centre has a pool equipped with a wave machine, a 50m flume, interactive water features and a separate tots’ area, which guess what – you can reach via a graduated beach area. Sounds like a proper holiday attraction, doesn’t it?
Of course, at Cooks Moors Woods, you can also enjoy the usual leisure centre activities, including gym classes, swimming lessons, and different sports and workouts.
5. LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham
Surely, heaps of LEGO fun won’t be a hard sell when you pitch your next family day out idea with the kids. LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham is an indoor LEGO-themed attraction which is specially designed for kids aged 3 to 12.
6 zones, 4D cinema, rides, DUPLO Farm and ride-on LEGO cars – it’s not just an indoor play centre, it’s LEGO heaven! To be fair, even as a grown-up LEGO fan, you’re bound to enjoy the Master Builder classes or spot famous landmarks in the miniature version of Birmingham at MINILAND. The centre’s well worth a visit!
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