With the weather getting warmer and the half-term getting closer, we've compiled a list of activities in Bucks to keep spirits high throughout the May half-term break.


Sunday 28th May marks FrogFest, in Frogmoor and High Wycombe High Street.

With street entertainment and food, market stalls and music performances, this vibrant community festival is the best way to kickstart your half term.

Hogshaw Farm and Wildlife Park

Who wouldn’t want to meet a hero? Rapunzel, Spiderman, Captain America and Princess Tiana are all set to be part of Hogshaw Farm and Wildlife Park’s Heroes Academy.

Children can sing and play with inspiring heroes and princesses whilst undertaking trails and tasks around the farm to earn them their very own Hero Certificate.

With plenty of photo opportunities, this is sure to be one for the memory books.

The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre

Crocodiles are also stealing the show at Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre this half term.

Enormous Crocodile science experiments are just one of the animal-themed activities on offer here.

There is also the opportunity to create your own crocodile tail or make a crocodile nest out of junk. And of course, the Enormous Crocodile is on site for some storytelling!

Chiltern Open Air Museum

To keep the learning going on during the break, Chiltern Open Air Museum has the perfect opportunity.

Britannia, one of the UK’s largest re-enactment groups is set to be depicting Roman life on May 28th and 29th – as part of Chiltern Open Air’s Museum’s Gladiator Games.

Odds Farm Park

No Buckinghamshire activity suggestion is complete without a mention of Odds Farm Park – and this month the iconic farm park is turning 30 year's old.

Head over to participate in a wide variety of activities, such as water play, tractor rides, indoor play and an outdoor adventure playground.

There are even miniature Land Rovers to ensure you are fully emerged into the acres of farm park play on offer.