07 February 2014 A family half term break in Wales You're still counting your pennies after Christmas and the UK weather has been at its unpredictable best. So we have a few ideas to get the best of the February half term holiday without breaking the bank. Big Pit National Coal Museum in Blaenavon, South Wales Valleys Wales has a number of museums and galleries whose entrance range from free to a couple of pounds. We know museums don't always appear high on kids to-do lists but how about exploring underground? Caves or mines, we have plenty to explore and are a magical experience for young and old. From following in the footsteps of miners to the myths and legends of King Arthur. Wet and wild in Wales If its too wild for a family watersports adventure then head to our indoor water parks or all-weather holiday villages like Bluestone, where the pool’s always tropically warm. Just like the welcome. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items February half-term Wear them out with a half-term break in Wales. Quentin Blake exhibition Over 120 Quentin Blake illustrations at this free exhibition, including iconic works with Roald Dahl Celebrate Dahl on Film A special UK-wide programme of films relating to Roald Dahl starts in August 2016. Must-see pantos in Wales He’s behind you! Check out some of this year's best pantomimes around Wales Pembrokeshire Fish Week Celebrate the seaside at Pembrokeshire Fish Week. Dahl's Welsh connections How Welsh was Roald Dahl?