Picture this, it’s the weekend and you’ve got two small people to entertain; the felt tip pens have all run dry and you’ve left a trail of quavers like the pied piper only for them to reach the end and tell you they’re bored. With many fun things to do in Brighton to choose from; a walk on the beach inducing pebble filled pockets or a walk around the pavilion gardens with ice cream stained faces, we’ve rounded up some of the best things to do in Brighton to keep you and your children entertained.
1. FlashBack Old Style Photos
Dressing up box? Tick. Memories for you to capture and keep forever? Tick. This attraction is a totally unique way to encourage your child’s sense of play and dress them up in historic costume. A great bank holiday option that’s open every day from 11am with prices from ₤20 for a group of two and includes a print for you to take home.
Visit http://www.brightonflashback.co.uk/ for more information
2. Globalls Adventure Golf
Another great activity for all the family, this adventure golf bypasses the unpredictable British weather with its indoor venue. The glow in in the dark theme, lifelike dinosaur statues and child friendly putts makes this venue unlike any adventure golf you’ve experienced before. The attraction is also open during the school and bank holidays is sure to keep your kids entertained and kids under two are free.
It costs £5.50 per person and visit the website for more info http://www.globalls.co.uk/book-now/4593907273
3. Phileas Fogg World of Adventures
New to Brighton in 2018, this live interactive experience aims to excite and educate your children as you travel around the world in 80 days whilst trying to evade capture. Light hearted yet challenging, this activity is suitable for children aged from 4-12, and lasts an hour. Set in 16 culturally themed rooms, your children can learn about countries around the world whilst keeping it fast paced and engaging as you move from room to room. The live actors will also help bring this adventure to life. There is also a children’s menu available after the adventure and available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am – 1pm.
For more info visit families page
4. Brighton Mystery Treasure Trail
Another fun day out with the kids in Brighton, this self-guided Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail is suitable for children aged six and up. Follow the map around Brighton and solve the sneaky clues on buildings, features and monuments to find the culprit. The activity is just over a mile long and takes just over an hour to complete; just enough time to keep your little ones entertained.
For more info and to book visit https://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/what-to-do/sussex/brighton
5. The Painting Pottery Cafe
Rain or shine, this activity is great to engage the creative side of your children. Kids can create their own masterpiece by painting their own pottery sculpture from skulls and fairies to dogs and dragons. Please allow painting time of up to two hours and use acrylic paints to enable your child to take their piece home that day and keep forever. Opening times are Monday – Saturday 10.30am-6.30pm and Sunday 11.00am-6.00pm.
Visit http://www.paintingpotterycafe.co.uk to book and for more information.