A rock and roll circus, science experiences and a children’s pop party are all on the agenda during this half-term in Great Yarmouth.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: The Time and Tide Museum on Blackfriars' Road.The Time and Tide Museum on Blackfriars' Road. (Image: Archant)1. Science and Nature

Where: Time and Tide Museum, Blackfriars' Road, Great Yarmouth NR30 3BX

When: Tuesday, February 20 and Thursday, February 22

From 11am to 4pm on February 20, there will be a chance to join Norfolk Wildlife Trust volunteers for a day of nature-related migration fun and exploration.

There will be games and informative activities, including starlings murmuration craft and other migratory-related animal activities through the museum for visitors to journey through.

On February 22 from 10am until 4pm, the museum is also looking for little scientists and engineers to meet the Mad Scientists and take part in STEM-based workshops from exploring bridges and superstructures with eye-catching experiments and engaging activities.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: A sneak peek inside Merrivale Model Village. Picture - David KirkhamA sneak peek inside Merrivale Model Village. Picture - David Kirkham (Image: David Kirkham)2. Fiver February

Where: Merrivale Model Village, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3JG

When: From February 17, 10am until 3pm

Merrivale Model Village is using half term to launch its Fiver February, with every visitor from February 17 entering for £5.

Some of the miniature attractions have been updated for the season too.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: A spiny seahorse inside the SeaLife Centre. Picture - SeaLife (Image: SeaLife)A spiny seahorse inside the SeaLife Centre. Picture - SeaLife (Image: SeaLife) (Image: SeaLife)3. Seahorse Hotel

Where: SeaLife Centre, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3AH

When: 10am until 3pmm seven days a week

SeaLife Great Yarmouth is inviting people to step into the Seahorse Hotel and have fun learning about the animals, and the oceans, take on the challenges and find out the answers.

There will be an interactive trail, photo opportunities and a chance to design a seahorse, as well as a reward for completing the experience.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: The Arc cinema, Great YarmouthThe Arc cinema, Great Yarmouth (Image: GYBC)4. Kids Club Cinema

Where: The Arc, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 2DL and The Palace, 159 High St, Gorleston NR31 6RG

When: Weekends

The Arc Cinema in Great Yarmouth and The Palace Cinema in Gorleston will both have Kids Club tickets available each weekend, showing films such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: One of Thrigby's red pandas. Picture - NewsquestOne of Thrigby's red pandas. Picture - Newsquest (Image: Newsquest)5. Exotic animals galore

Where: Thrigby Wildlife Gardens, Filby Road, Thrigby NR29 3DR

When: Daily

Thrigby Wildlife Garden’s red pandas are getting ready to welcome guests, as are the zoo's many big cats and crocodiles.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Hop on board a rock n' roller coaster ride through a Cabaret of CuriositiesHop on board a rock n' roller coaster ride through a Cabaret of Curiosities (Image: Circus of Horrors)6. Circus of Horrors

Where: Hippodrome Circus, 43A St George's Road, Great Yarmouth NR30 2EU

When: February 22 - 25

The Circus of Horrors Family Show is back at The Hippodrome Circus for all children and their families aged over 10 and will include a range of acts set against a rock and roll musical background.

There’s also a show just for adults in the form of Dr Haze’s Cabaret of Curiosities, also from February 22 until 25, with bizarre circus acts and the darkest of magic all performed to an original rock score.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Gorleston Pavilion.Gorleston Pavilion. (Image: Gorleston Pavilion Theatre.)7. Kidz Pop Parties

Where: Gorleston Pavilion, Pier Gardens, Gorleston NR31 6PP

When: February 17 and 18, 12.30pm until 4.30pm.

A concert experience that will bring together classics from Disney and Trolls to Little Mix and Ariana Grande.

Brought to you by popular Norfolk vocalist Joe Ringer, funny man Pip Randelle, a live band and a host of talented performers, artists and entertainers.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Captain Calamity returns to St George's Theatre this half term.Captain Calamity returns to St George's Theatre this half term. 8. Captain Calamity Returns

Where: St George's Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth NR30 2PG

When: Tuesday, February 20 at 2pm

Captain Calamity is back with this wit, humour and contagious energy. The captain promises to bring stretchy slime, smoke rings, pop rockets, flying toilet rolls and a bubble show.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Asa Morrison, Visit Great Yarmouth's chief executive. Picture - Sonya DuncanAsa Morrison, Visit Great Yarmouth's chief executive. Picture - Sonya Duncan (Image: Archant)Asa Morrison, Visit Great Yarmouth's chief executive, said the February half term was a key date in the town's all-year-round tourism offer.

He said: “Sometimes we can be really lucky with the weather in February. But even if it’s a bit chilly, there’s plenty on offer, inside and out that is educational, exciting and most importantly affordable.

"We are finding our offer in February improves and expands year on year and this year is no different."