February Half Term events in Lanarkshire

View all the upcoming February Half Term events taking place throughout Lanarkshire below or use the calendar to find events taking place on a specific month or date.

Events in Lanarkshire

Events in East Renfrewshire

Events in Edinburgh and the Lothians

Events in Fife

Events in Glasgow

City Sightseeing Glasgow

City Sightseeing Glasgow

1st March 2021 - 19th December 2021

With 21 stops where you can hop on and off to visit some of the city's leading attractions, City Sightseeing Glasgow is the perfect way to explore Glasgow!

Find out about City Sightseeing Glasgow on What's On Glasgow

Events in Renfrewshire and Inverclyde

Amazing Winter Migrants

Amazing Winter Migrants

1st February 2021 - 28th February 2021

During February, come and take part in RSPB Lochwinnoch's amazing winter migrants scavenger hunt!

Find out about Amazing Winter Migrants on What's On Renfrewshire

Events in Stirling and Falkirk

Events in Other Areas

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Popular Events

Christmas Lockdown Drive In Movies
Christmas Lockdown Drive-In is coming to Hamilton! Have a fun filled night and help raise valuable funds for the Catherine McEwan Foundation!
Christmas at Clyde Valley Family Park
Come along to Clyde Valley Family Park and enjoy lots of festive fun for all the family this December!
Santa Claus Is Coming To New Lanark
This December, enjoy a socially distanced breakfast or early dinner with Santa at New Lanark Mill Cafe!
Lanark Winter Wonderland
We know how different and difficult this festive season is going to be for all of us... so here's lots of reasons from Discover Lanark why this Christmas in Lanark can still be extra special!
Gouldings Enchanted Winter Wonderland Forest Trail
Join Gouldings for their new magical Christmas experience this year... the Enchanted Winter Wonderland Forest Trail!

Popular Venues

Airdrie Town Hall East Kilbride Arts Centre East Kilbride Village Theatre Lanark Memorial Hall Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre Rutherglen Town Hall The Town House Hamilton