27th January to 3rd February
Get into the holiday mood at Heathrow! We’re celebrating the new Year of the Pig with a programme of traditional entertainments. Read on to see what’s happening on your date of travel.
Christmas comes but once a year. Fortunately, Father Christmas himself is a lot more flexible — and he’s out and about at Heathrow every day in the run-up to 25th December.
We’ll also have carol singers, children’s craft sessions and Mr. Men characters (you might even get to meet their creator!). So when you get to Heathrow this Christmas, you’ll know your holiday has finally begun. Read on to see what’s in store …
If you’re flying away with the family this autumn half-term, we’ve a full events programme to help keep the young ones entertained. With free craft sessions and character visits, we’ll help you make it a getaway to remember. Read on to see what’s in store …
If you’re flying away with your family during Whitsun week half term, the fun begins at Heathrow. Kids can join in one of our craft sessions – and they might even meet some familiar characters. Read on to see what’s in store.
If you’re flying away with your family over the Easter break, the fun begins at Heathrow. Kids can join in one of our craft sessions and make an Easter card or decorate a cookie – and they might even meet some familiar characters. Read on to see what’s in store.
Considering a sunshine break in Cyprus, or heading long-haul to the Mountain States? You’ve more choice of flights than ever from March 2018. United Airlines will be flying direct to Denver, Colorado, while new-to-Heathrow carrier Cobalt Air offers business-class comfort en route to Larnaca.
Valentine’s card-making, poetry workshops, Mr. Men characters – it’s all happening for children at Heathrow this February Half Term. And there’s good news for parents too, with the return of our ever-popular Kids Eat Free offer. Read on to see what’s happening on your date of travel.
The terminals at Heathrow will be filled with love for St Valentine’s Day on 14 February with live music, performers, card-making and more. It’s time for your journey to get a little more personal.
If you’re travelling through Heathrow in the run-up to Chinese New Year 2018, here’s what you might find happening in the terminals. Whether you’re heading home for New Year or just going away, join us to celebrate the coming Year of the Dog.
Adam Hargreaves, the author and illustrator behind the Mr. Men and Little Miss stories, has been at Heathrow to meet fans. Here he tells us about growing up with the much-loved characters – originally created by his late father, Roger – and why he might be mistaken for Mr. Forgetful.