Free online guide shares 50 fun things to do in half-term and family competition

By Nia Dalton

Are you struggling to think of ways to entertain the kids this October half-term? 2Chill have you covered, with their free online guide of 50 Fun Things to do in Half Term.

The downloadable guide is packed with suggestions of ways to keep your children occupied on their days off. From Gruffalo spotting to British waterfalls and pumpkin picking, there's so much for you to see and do as a family this autumn.

The ebook, supported by Treetop Adventure Golf, is divided into different categories, making it easier to choose your activity for the day. Pick from outdoor adventures, thrilling rides, animal antics and so much more.

Better still - it contains an exciting competition in which you could win one of five family passes to Treetop Adventure Golf, including entry to 36 holes of mini-golf across two courses, pizza and a round of drinks.

Full details of how to enter the competition are in the ebook, which you can download here by registering to the 2Chill newsletter.

Have a tropical adventure this half-term

You could win one of five family passes to Treetop Adventure Golf by entering the competition (Treetop Adventure Golf)

With extended opening hours this half term, gather your little explorers for a tropical adventure at Treetop Adventure Golf where trees chatter, thunder rumbles and cheeky monkeys become mini-golf champions. With two indoor 18-hole courses to choose from, will you tackle the Tropical Trail – exploring the Mystic Wood, meeting talking toucans and listening out for a frog choir? Or will you brave the ruins of the Ancient Explorer, with its crumbling temples and secret gem mine? Whichever route you choose, don’t forget to take on the Bonus 19th hole for a chance to win a free game.

Need to refuel? Head to the buzzing Market in Treetop’s Amazonian village. Grab handmade pizza from Pizza Cabana, tropical drinks from The Thirsty Toucan and freshly brewed coffee from the Rainforest Roast Café. The jungle is open seven days a week, for even the miniest of mini golfers. Families of four play for less, and flocks of early birds can tackle two courses for the price of one before midday. No need to book – just turn up and tee off! Open from 10am all half-term, find Treetop at The Bullring in Birmingham, St. David’s in Cardiff, The Printworks in Manchester or Highcross in Leicester.

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