The first big date for so many families in the new year is the school February Mid Term Break.
Glasgow School Holiday Dates
So what are you going to do?
A long weekend in February with the kids. You will need to think of a few different things to keep them occupied.
The good news is that in Dunbar, there is so much to see and do that whether you are looking for a Weekend getaway or a day trip from Glasgow or Edinburgh (or further away), then Dunbar is the perfect destination this February Hoiday.
Things to do with the kids during February School Holiday
Let’s start with things to do with the kids because lets be honest, it is a school holiday so it is all about them isn’t it.
If they like wildlife exploring, rock-pooling and digging sandcastles on one of the best beaches in Scotland then Dunbar is the answer. Dunbar is blessed with rugged coastline and expansive beaches and the North Sea stretches as far as the eye can see. Kids can easily get involved in the great outdoors in Dunbar.
And just outside of Dunbar is the brilliant East Links Family Park. A 20 acre farm-themed adventure park providing a fun day out for all the family. The train safari takes visitors through the paddocks of friendly farm animals and in the small animals barn visitors can get up close to rabbits, guinea pigs and chicks. There is endless fun for all ages including a hay barn, giant Fortress, ball blast arena and crazy golf course.
You can read a full list of things to do with the kids in Dunbar by clicking the link below.
What about the adults?
Dunbar is home to local museums, craft shops and High Street cafes which will provide a welcome sanctuary for the parents when they need a caffeine pitstop. And if you want to include some education on your family weekend get away, then Dunbar is steeped in history. And there is much evidence of this to be seen in its High Street, Closes, Harbour and Castle (yes that’s right – Dunbar has a castle as well). John Muir, the American naturalist and explorer grew up here and the community of the town that he knew has developed and is reflected into a vibrant cultural scene.
Check out the list of history and culture things to do in Dunbar using the link below.
Discover all the History and Culture in and around Dunbar
As the birthplace of John Muir, America’s naturalist pioneer, Dunbar has always prided itself on its connection with nature and the outdoors. There are an abundance of activities in and around the town which is also famous for its sunshine and dry weather making it a perfect base to enjoy a huge range of activities. Take yourself outdoors and in the words of John Muir “I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out until sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in”.