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Top Picks for the October Half Term 2021

Here at the East Anglia Pass we love helping you and your family make the most of your county, getting out and about and exploring. With this in mind, here's our pick of some of the best attractions and events to help get your little ones away from the screens this half term…


Heading out for a bite to eat? Prezzo has 25% off the total bill with your East Anglia Pass. Please find your discount code on your digital pass.


25% off: available Sunday - Friday

Hadleigh Farm, Hadleigh

Get yourself and the kids down to Hadleigh Farm! Open 10:00-17:00 every day during half term, your children will love running around looking at all the animals and bugs that make their home on the farm. Half Term Week complete with activities and animal handling. You can get a 2for1 with your East Anglia Pass at the Rare Breeds Centre, so come along and get stuck in!

Combined Military Services Museum, Maldon

For youngsters to explore their country's military history, look no further than the Combined Military Services Museum in Maldon. With equipment dating back to medieval times, the museum has extensive displays of weapons, vehicles, uniforms and armoury on show, which constantly enthral visitors. With 2for1 entry for East Anglia Pass holders, now is the time to come and enjoy a real life history lesson!

Saffron Walden Museum, Saffron Walden

If you want to go even further back in time, Saffron Walden Museum has artefacts dating back to Ancient Egypt. With exhibitions ranging from local history to archaeology, there is a real diversity to what you can experience here and with the 2for1 deal on your East Anglia Pass, it's a great place to spend some time over the half term break! Join us for our Woolly Mammoth Fun Days on the 25 and 26 October when you can follow our activity trail around the museum, and lend a hand to create a ‘fur’ coat for our chilly mammoths!

Barleylands Farm Park

Packed with excitment there's so much to do at Barleylands Farm park and village whatever the weather.

At the farm park, say hello to the farmyard friends big and small, meet birds of prey and visit the reptiles. There is plenty of fun and adventure to be had, with indoor and outdoor play.

The village is just next door, it is a great place to shop for unusual handmade gifts and to see crafters in action.

Children go free with one full paying adult with your East Anglia Pass.

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