There are only so many activities you can think of to keep kids entertained until you need some fresh ideas!
We thought we might help inspire you with some of our ideas!
Brighton Aquarium first opened in 1872 making it the oldest continually operating aquarium in the world!
Visit the beautifully restored Victorian Arcade, seawater tanks, explore rockpools and stroke a starfish, plus many more hands-on experiences.
Globalls is a 12 hole indoor golf course and unique games experience, all in UV!
Based on aquatic, jurassic, zootopia and carnival theme – play amongst life size sculptures and vivid wall art at Brighton Marina.
It is fun to be a bit different, so that people see things on the flip side. Visitors can touch anything within their reach at the Upside Down House on Brighton seafront.
Capture the coolest surreal images, whether you are falling from the ceiling or place your head inside a toilet!
Discover how electricity works and how the wind farm was built. Learn about the relationship between electricity and climate change. Explore our very own planet earth, climb up a wind turbine (virtually) and even generate your own electricity.
This hands-on exhibition has interactive displays, games and videos, as well as a 360˚ virtual reality (VR) experience that will take you out to the wind farm itself!
Discover fossils, feathers, butterflies and bones. Learn about our planet and how to protect it.
Children can play in the discovery lab and a learn the history of the Booth Museum and how it all began from a collector’s passion.
The Pottery Painting Cafe and making studio is in the heart of the North Laine area of Brighton, helping people of all ages create.
Whether you choose to paint pottery, parties, taster throwing sessions or evening classes!
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is one of the World’s great toy museums. Located in one of four Victorian cellars under Brighton main terminus station covering four thousand square feet, the museum’s displays draw on a core collection, and guest collections, comprising over twelve thousand items.
Visiting the museum is an immersive visual experience, see the artists and designers responsible for the Golden Age of British and European toymaking.
One Garden has been expertly designed by modern-day landscape architect Dominic Cole, renown for his work on the Eden Project.
The gardens celebrate both heritage and innovation including productive traditional fruit and vegetable crops as well as a series of contemporary show gardens designed for typical, often difficult urban conditions and smaller spaces to inspire visitors and generate ideas to take home including how plants underpin treatments for most illnesses and health conditions.
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