Since Bristol is experiencing one of the coldest moments of this winter, it can be difficult to find ways to entertain children.

Although some people are happy to play outside whatever the temperatures, most do not stand up to the bitter cold for long.

But do not worry, we discovered in February many interesting activities in our city to entertain them. And most are lodged inside.

Portland Square: light steps

Portland Square

This 40-minute show combines music and dance at a show aimed at children ages two to five. With the help of puppets, live music and dance, the play follows the story of the rag doll Alex and his exploration of the changing light of the day.

Where and when? February 2, 11:30 am at Portland Square.

Booking? £ 8 / £ 6, family of £ 4 for £ 25.00

To learn more, click here.

Feed Bristol, Wassal

Feed Bristol

To mark the beginning of the new growing season, this venue will host a free event that will see many songs and poems.

Brigstowe Village Band's 20 musicians will also perform.

When? February 2, from noon to 3 pm, at Frenchay Park Road.

Booking? Just go up.

Bristol Museum: Chinese New Year Celebrations

Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year

To mark the year of the pig, the attraction offers a number of Chinese themed activities throughout the weekend of February 2 to 3.

From contemporary shows to stalls, workshops and activities, there is an exciting schedule for all ages.

The museum will also host a porcine detective trail that will cover the entire building.

When? February 2 – February 3, 2019 10 am to 4 pm

Booking? Free admission – donations are welcome. Some activities pay what you think.

To learn more, click here.

The old vic: the princess and the breaker

Princess & Hustler

What better way is there to spend the afternoon with the kids, then in a cozy theater watching a powerful piece? This show is centered on a cheeky 10-year-old girl with a project to win the Weston-Super-Mare beauty contest.

It is supposed to be suitable for children aged 12 and over.

When? From February 9 to 23, at different times.

Booking? Starting from € 16 | £ 2 Discount friends | Groups offer 1 ticket on 20 free

For more information, click here.

Creative workspace: Sew a love monster

Sew a monster

Your toddlers will be offered the opportunity to design and create their own monster by sewing together pieces of fabric. In the end, families will be asked if they want to give their masterpieces to vulnerable children living throughout the city.

Where and when? February 19, 11am to 3pm at Queen's Road, Withywood.

Booking? £ 2.50 per child in advance or £ 3 per child at the door.

To learn more and about the event, click here.

Puxton Park: half term

Puxton Park

The popular attraction has a fun list of activities planned for this February semester. From the discotheque with refined costumes to Valentine's Day crafts and a magician.

There will also be comedy and animals meet and greet each other.

When? Monday 18 to 22 February.

Reservations? You can buy tickets at the door.

Click here for more information.

Fleix Road Adventure playground: BMX skills

Felix Road

For all those who have not yet discovered this gem, Felix Road offers children a chance to play on outdoor bikes / trikes / scooters and much more. It has a community-built play park, suitable for all ages, as well as an indoor play area.

At this special event, Guinness World Record holder Matti Hemmings will be at the Adventure Park to teach the kids a lesson in driving.

Where and when? February 19th from 2 to 4 pm at Felix Road, Easton.

Booking? No need to book.

You can find out more about the event here.

Creative workspace: join the circus for the day

This workshop offers children the opportunity to acquire various circus techniques and present their new tricks at the end of the day.

The session is for children over 8 years old.

Where and when? February 20th from 10am to 3pm at Queen's Road, Withywood.

Booking? £ 5 per child must be reserved in advance.

Click here for more information.

Windmill Hill Farm, making mini pizzas

Windmill Hill City Farm
The "menopausal coffee" is at Windmill Hill City Farm

Everyone loves to visit this city farm, which is home to many animals and outdoor playgrounds.

To add to the attraction of this attraction, this one also organizes a day of making pizzas in its barn. Families will be able to design the pizza before cooking in the wood oven of the room.

When and where? February 21, 13h-15h

Booking? From £ 16.

Click here to find out more.

Bristol Museum, family fun Japan

The waiting line outside the Bristol City Museum is waiting to enter the new Banksy exhibition
Bristol Museum

Children will be able to try out origami during this special mid-term event. There will also be the opportunity to dress with traditional clothes.

The event is advertised as being suitable for children aged 5 to 11 years old.

Where and when? February 21, from 11am to 4pm

Booking? Free admission – donations are welcome.

To learn more, click here.

The old vic, the singing siren

Old Vic
Old Vic Auditorium

With puppets and performance, the Little Angel Theater tells the popular story of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, The singing siren , live.

The 55-minute play is for children ages three to six.

Where and when? February 22nd to 24th, at different times.

Booking? From £ 12.50 (family ticket £ 45 – 1 adult, 3 children or 2 adults, 2 children).

To learn more, click here.