Looking to plan your weekend itinerary for visiting Brighton? We’ve got you covered. Finding activities that both you and your teens will enjoy can be a tricky feat – but in Brighton, there is truly something for everyone. In this guide, we will be listing our top 5 recommended things to do with teenagers, right here in the bustling city of Brighton!

Things To Do With Teenagers in Brighton

1. Globalls Crazy Golf

First on our list has to be Globalls Crazy Golf – ideal when it comes to getting your teens out of the house! This 12 hole golf course is a must when visiting Brighton. Teens will love the mini golf attraction, as well as the games experience which is all under UV light. If you are looking to plan your Brighton day trip itinerary, we couldn’t recommend Globalls Crazy Golf more!

2. Hove Lagoon

Next in line for the best teen experiences in Brighton is the Hove Lagoon! It’s the perfect spot for enjoying Brighton’s sunny days with family or for teens to have fun with their friends. If your teens are drawn to Brighton for its beautiful seaside and the allure of water activities, they absolutely must visit Hove Lagoon. 

Here, they can try their hand at windsurfing, wakeboarding, sailing, kayaking, and even stand-up paddleboarding. All these thrilling water adventures are available for day hire, welcoming both teens and adults. It’s a fantastic opportunity for families to bond and create lasting memories along Brighton’s vibrant seafront!

3. Hop On & Off Bus

If your teen is visiting Brighton as more of a tourist, and wants to experience as much as possible in the space of one day, then we would highly recommend booking a slot on the Hop On & Off Bus. Once you’ve got your space, as the name suggests, you can get on and off at designated points around Brighton. Not only does this bus offer a sure fire way to see a lot of the sites in the bustling city, but it also provides audio commentary along the way. 

4. The Brighton Lanes 

Now, would this be a list about the best things to do in Brighton, without mentioning The Lanes? Whether your teens love shopping or are looking for a spot to eat, the Lanes have everything you need! For those who haven’t experienced this busy attraction of Brighton, you can expect narrow alleys of quirky and independent shops which you can browse around for hours. Only being a 10 minute walk from Brighton station, The Lanes are a great place to start if you plan on exploring the city for the day. 

5. Brighton i360

Another iconic landmark you can’t miss off your list if the i360! Ascend to heights of up to 450 feet and soak in Brighton’s finest panoramas with our View 360 Anytime ticket. Step into our expansive glass viewing pod and marvel at the stunning coastal vistas, the bustling cityscape, and the serene South Downs. As you glide upwards, watch as the vibrant mural on the Skate 360 floor unfolds beneath you, adding to the charm of your journey.

Once you’ve savoured the breathtaking views, it’s time to return to solid ground and gear up for excitement. Head over to the Skate 360 rink to claim your skates and relish a 45-minute session on Brighton’s sole open-air roller rink, all while gazing out over the picturesque beachfront below.

Tickets start from just £25.40 for adults and £16.90 for children. Planning a group outing? Groups of 15 or more enjoy an exclusive discount of 15%! Experience Brighton from new heights and embrace the thrill of skating amidst unparalleled scenery.  Or, if you just want to come and skate, you can enter the rink for as little as £6.50 (with members getting for £5.20). We also offer skate hire as well, for £9.95,which also includes entrance to the skate rink.