With the May half-term and bank holiday coming up, we have compiled a list of the best activities to enjoy with your little ones. There are plenty of engaging performances, interactive experiences, and local hotspots to explore in Brighton. Keep reading for some ideas on how to plan the perfect half-term agenda.

Skate 360

Brighton’s beachside roller rink is back in time for the summer! Skate on the 1000-square-foot roller rink and take in the views of the iconic West Pier. Prices start at £6.50, available for ages 5+. Extend your trip with a visit 350 feet high to our Sky Bar and enjoy the views of Brighton and beyond. Book Skate 360 + View 360 tickets here.

If you’re looking to try something different, join us for our beachside roller disco with Denise Van Outen on Saturday 25th May. Grab your tickets for only £20, 18+ only. Book now!

Skate 360 Brighton

Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe Festival is in full swing and offers an endless selection of options to choose from across the city. Among the highlights is ‘The Seagull and the Cat’ at Wagner Hall, a heartwarming tale of a harbour cat that teaches a seagull to fly. Grab tickets for £8. For hands-on fun, consider Woodland Tribe at Hanover Community Centre, where you can craft your own pop-up playground. Alternatively, unleash some creativity with pottery sessions at Liberation Art City or wander through the Cardboard City at St Peter’s Church. To find out what’s on at Brighton Fringe, click here.

Devil’s Dyke

Outside the city life, why not explore Devil’s Dyke. This beautiful valley amidst the Sussex Downs is perfect for nature lovers and hikers. With winding trails, rolling hills, and stunning views, Devil’s Dyke is a must-visit destination for those who want to connect with nature. It is also steeped in history and has been the subject of myth and legend for thousands of years making it a unique and fascinating spot to explore.

Brighton Palace Pier

Brighton Palace Pier is a popular destination for those seeking fairground fun. With its rides, arcades and tasty treats, it offers a great day out for the whole family. To make the most of your visit, why not hop aboard the open-top sightseeing bus for a scenic tour directly to these favourites? You can enjoy the sights and sounds of Brighton while you relax and take in the views.

Brighton Pier Ride

Crazy Golf

Jungle Rumble Adventure Golf & Café is a fantastic place to spend a day out with your family. With two challenging 18-hole courses to choose from, you can decide between a caveman or treetops-themed experience. This open-air beachside golf course is perfect to enjoy when the sun is shining to make the most of the beach views. Family tickets start at just £36. Click here to find out more.

Sea Lanes

Check out the beachside swimming pools at Sea Lanes, just moments away from Jungle Rumble. This 6-lane accessible outdoor swimming pool offers a great opportunity to cool off from the heat while enjoying the beautiful view of the ocean. You can also relax outside and order a refreshing drink from the bar.

Yellow Wave

For those who love sports and outdoor activities, Yellow Wave is a perfect spot to visit. Yellow Wave is a beachfront area where you can play beach volleyball with friends or family. It is a great place to soak up the sun and enjoy the fresh sea breeze. Little ones can enjoy the free sandy play area or soak up the sun at the Beach Café. Choose from a selection of breakfast and lunch options to evening nibbles and BBQ bites. View the Menu here.

Volleyball Brighton

Multi-attraction tickets

Maximise your Brighton experience with multi-attraction tickets. Turn your world upside down at the Upside-Down House or step back in time at the famous Royal Pavilion before finishing the day with a trip up the Brighton i360. Explore multi-attraction tickets and save 20%!

Brighton Pavilion