Family-friendly things to do in Bristol this half term

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Looking for inspiration for fun, safe, family-friendly activities in Bristol this half term? From model-making to meeting alpacas, here are a few we think you might like...

Walk with alpacas at Avon Valley
There's fun for the whole family this half term at Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park. Book a private slot for up to six people and meet their friendly alpacas. You'll get to find out more about these lovely animals and feed them some of their favourite treats. Then you'll take them for a walk around the park's top pond. 

Walk with alpacas

Try your hand at model-making with Aardman
Get creative with Aardman this half-term in one of three special edition Yuup experiences, perfect for the whole family. Make your own Shaun the Sheep, Gromit or Morph at SS Great Britain in a fun, Covid safe experience hosted by Aardman's lead model maker, Jim Parkyn.

Family model-making with Aardman

Make American food in a children's cooking workshop
Join one of Cooking It's half term cooking workshops especially for kids. Burgers and cookie dough ice cream are on the menu in Cooking It's Half term American cooking for kids. Your future star baker will discover how to make their own burgers and buns from scratch in this fun cooking experience, before digging in to everything they've made.

Meet rabbits and guiena pigs at Avon Valley
Here's an experience perfect for smaller children, who can get up close some of the rabbits and guinea pigs at Avon Valley, using a basket or a cushion on their knees. You'll be able to feed them carrots and give these gentle animals a stroke. 

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