What's on this weekend in Surrey

PUBLISHED: 05:27 18 February 2020 | UPDATED: 11:31 18 February 2020

Brooklands Museum (c) Heather Smithers, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Brooklands Museum (c) Heather Smithers, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)


Some of the best things to do in Surrey this weekend (February 21, 22 and 23): art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and days out

Half Term at Brooklands Museum - February 17 - 23

The theme of the museum's February half term activities is 'Ready to Race' so you can expect the kids to get involved with numerous workshops that explore the science behind speed and how that is applied to motor racing.

Go to the link above for more information.

February Farming Week at Bocketts Farm - February 15 - 23

Over 60 newborn lambs are expected to be welcomed into the world this half term and you'll have the chance to meet them. There will also be lots of farm-themed activities to get involved in including Birds of Prey demonstrations, goat milking and tractor rides.

Go to the link above for more information.

Whatever the Weather at RHS Wisley - February 15 - 23

This half term take the self-guided trail and learn more about the typically unpredictable British weather. There will also be drop-in workshops, storytelling, theatre performances and more.

The events are free with normal garden admission.

Half Term at Watts Gallery Artists' Village - February 18 - 23

Including interactive pop-up studios, storytelling activities and how art can be created with smartphones and iPads, this series of events will keep the kids creative while they're away from school.

Each of the events have a different admission charge.

Polesden Love Stories - February 1 - March 1

Over the years, Polesden Lacey has been the backdrop to many romantic moments. During the month of February, the estate will celebrate all the love stories that Polesden has witnessed over the years… including yours. Visit the house to see the beautiful costumes, several of which were made by the Arts Society. Each pair of costumes tells the story of a romantic couple whose romance blossomed here at Polesden Lacey. Visitors can also have fun trying on their own costume. Or why not visit the Love Tree on the South Lawn and write a note to your loved one to hang on the tree?

The house will be open every day, with tours running on weekdays from 11am to 12:30pm, followed by free flow exploration in the afternoons and at weekends. Tickets are £14.75 for adults and £7.15 for children.


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