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Hove Park
#1 of 14 things to do in Hove
So much to do through the year: great kids area; free gym, body development and bouldering equipment; miniature railway, dog walking, all sorts of fitness instructors use it, football pitches, basketball, a gym wi...
Lovely, big park, ideal for dog walkers, cyclists, sports, games & family picnics.
Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station Shoreham-by-Sea, UK 4.8 km away
#1 of 11 things to do in Shoreham-by-Sea
Excellent family morning
Highly recommend for couples and families.
Brighton Open Air Theatre (B.O.A.T)
#4 of 14 things to do in Hove
Just had a great afternoons family entertainment at this lovely little venue watching the Adventures of Robin Hood.
Most people bring a picnic and/ or have a bottle of wine and kids and adults can be comfortably seated in the relaxing environment.
Hove Museum and Art Gallery
#3 of 14 things to do in Hove
Perfect for children in the Wizard's Attic and its toy collection; for film buffs, the history of cinema and Hove's film pioneers; and a fascinating section on the history of Hove and Portslade.
My children loved seeing all of the old toys and cinema stuff.
Hove Lagoon
#5 of 14 things to do in Hove
There is so much for the children to do - trampolines, a bouncy castle, a small paddle boat area, a larger boating lake, a huge paddling pool and a fantastic playground!
Lovely park loads to do right by the seaside and a fab paddling pool for kids and a lovely cafe and bar for refreshments
Stanmer Park Brighton 6.4 km away
#6 of 115 things to do in Brighton
We love coming hear with friends and family, as the park area is truly amazing and so easy to park, you can have a visit in the house which is just stunning with a great bar area, it's always busy with weddings as...
Stanmer is a huge and peaceful area to explore with loads of woodland and longer walks beyond the park besides the sweeping mown grass areas just ideal for kids to play on.
Devil's Dyke Brighton 5.5 km away
#11 of 115 things to do in Brighton
One of the great gifts of Sussex, for walkers, cyclists, tourists and families, there is something for every one picnicking or a restaurant, It's one of my favorite spots in England my home county, yet I live in t...
With young kids bring a picnic and fly your kites or model aircraft or just sit back and take in the beauty, sea views to the South and fantastic views North, East & West.
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Preston Park Brighton 3.2 km away
#10 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Lots of space for activities, including sports, fitness, cycling, picnics, children playing or just relaxing.
Great park amazing for kids and pets cute cafe for when your parched and sweet park for the kids of all ages
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Ditchling Beacon Ditchling 3.5 km away
#1 of 8 things to do in Ditchling
Lots of friendly families and couples, all in a great mood.
for dog walkers and children alike and try walking to the windmill.
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Brighton Beach Brighton 3.4 km away
#15 of 115 things to do in Brighton
... to going on, from a fantastic selection of Great Restaurants to superb Bars exelent Night Clubs,Live Music, and a whole lot of Rides and Entertainment for the Kids- on a sunny day it's BRILLIANT
... and bars the usual type all lovely and clean and busy which was good to see I walked quite a lot alone and always felt safe Really love this place would highly recommend for a typical summer family holiday.
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Volk’s Electric Railway Brighton 4.9 km away
#13 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Such a delightful train ride and the whole family enjoyed it!
As a big kid at heart I really enjoyed the little train!
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Booth Museum of Natural History Brighton 2.1 km away
#9 of 115 things to do in Brighton
My kids have always loved visiting here.Amazing collection of species collected by Booth and it's in such a great location (nice walk to the park over the road afterwards).Not much you get for free that's this good!
An amazing place to take children and watch their faces - pure wonderment as they see the taxidermy and learn about the birds and the bees (not sure there are bees there, plenty of butterflies).
Undercliff Walk Brighton 9.0 km away
#3 of 115 things to do in Brighton
From the pier you can go along the top road or down by the beachr you pass great architecture , the nudist beach, Volks railway a great playground for kids .
Excellent for dog walking and letting toddlers and young children practice walking, learning to bike ride etc.
British Airways i360 Brighton 3.0 km away
#16 of 115 things to do in Brighton
It's well-organised and quite a tranquil experience, even for those of us who are apprehensive about heights, aided by the seating and a bar! Kids enjoyed it and it compared well to the Spinnaker in Portsmouth.
Great views of Brighton Engineering masterpiece Excellent family trip with lots to learn from the demonstration before the flight
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Lancing Beach Lancing, UK 10.0 km away
#2 of 9 things to do in Lancing
Lancing beach is a great place to walk your dogs and take the kids there is a play park and a great field to walk your dogs before you get to the beach
Although a pebbled beach when the tide goes out there is plenty of sand for the children to build sand castles.
Kipling Gardens Rottingdean 9.4 km away
#1 of 8 things to do in Rottingdean
wonderful gardens to wander around with or without children, especially nice for a picnic in the summertime
For gardeners it;s a lovely example of an Edwardian garden for horticultuarlists there are hundreds of species worth a look, for families there is a chance to let you little ones run about.Then go off and have a c...
Queens Park Brighton 4.2 km away
#22 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Fab park! Good parking and great for the kids on a warm day plenty for all ages and lovely walks around it if u have a dog but be warned about the pond with ducks
... garden or if you just want to take your dog for a walk friendly helpful people or if your children want to play in the park itself so many things to do so many adventures to have a must see if you visit Bright...
St. Ann's Well Gardens and Cafe Brighton 1.9 km away
#23 of 115 things to do in Brighton
A beautiful park - great kids play area - trees and scented garden, tennis courts.
Fantastic place to meet friends with children,friendly staff and placed in a beautiful park.
Brighton Palace Pier Brighton 4.0 km away
#20 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Love love love Brighton and the pier Great fish and chips and fabulous seaside feel Great rides and arcades for the kids and good fun for adults too
The perfect seaside pier in every way A stroll along with family or friends has something for all ages to enjoy with a great choice of food and drinks as well as the rides, both white knuckle and for tots.
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Washbrooks Family Farm Hurstpierpoint, UK 10.3 km away
#1 of 2 things to do in Hurstpierpoint
... from a massive pillow to jump on, to tractor rides, a zip wire, lots of climbing apparatus, soft play, and the best bit - an area with a load of bikes and tractors that the kids can ride around on all day.
... children needed to be moved on, so little ones can get closer, this is only a minor thing, we went on tractor ride for 50p kids loved that, so for me and the children we had a lovely time, well worth a visit .
Sussex Prairies Garden Henfield, UK 13.0 km away
#1 of 2 things to do in Henfield
Our kids loved winding their way through the paths amongst towering grasses as well as spotting the many species of butterflies.
Walk on the paths through the flower beds with the kids and the dog, sit on the mounds and soak up the views, rest on the terrace with tea and amazing home made cake, buy plants to take some Prairie home with you,...
Sea Life Brighton Brighton 3.9 km away
#29 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Great fun for all the family, with fascinating exhibits including glass bottom boat and great selection of sea life of all sizes and types.
This place is worth every penny and a truly enjoyable experience for all the family and it has cute child sneak hidden areas for them to see all this beautiful fish in different ways, it's also beautifully present...
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American Express Community Stadium Brighton 7.3 km away
#12 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Lovely atmosphere, very modern and ideal for the whole family!
Excellent family stadium!
Shoreham Airport Visitor Centre Shoreham-by-Sea, UK 7.6 km away
#3 of 11 things to do in Shoreham-by-Sea
It's a great location to watch the flights coming and going and great if you're flying as a place to meetup with friends and family, to grab lunch and a drink in an interesting location.
You can watch the planes take off and land whilst you eat which is enjoyable for young children.
Brighton Toy and Model Museum Brighton 3.1 km away
#24 of 115 things to do in Brighton
A treasure trove of toys, trains and models from all ages... full of special childhood and family memories, so much to see and discover!
An amazing, magical place for kids and adults alike.
Kemptown Brighton 4.2 km away
#8 of 115 things to do in Brighton
Just to add for the kids there is a great bowling alley which is fun for all.
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Shoreham Fort Shoreham-by-Sea, UK 4.9 km away
#4 of 11 things to do in Shoreham-by-Sea
Our children loved exploring and the history of the Fort was fascinating.
The entertainment and competitions for the children give families with young children an opportunity to enjoy a fun filled day and learn about the history of this wonderful Fort.
North Laine Brighton 3.4 km away
#1 of 115 things to do in Brighton
... hand made original clothing and Flax Boutique on Trafalgar Street makes childrens clothes that your kids will love.There are several brilliant pubs too,the best being The Heart in Hand and The Basketmakers for...
If you like small family run shops and cafes then you will love this row of quaint shops selling all manner of curiosities.
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Jill Windmill Hassocks, UK 7.7 km away
#2 of 8 things to do in Hassocks
The volunteers are great and take the time to explain to kids how the windmill works.
Then we went inside and the kids were shown the workings by people who obviously cared and loved the windmill.
Peace Statue Brighton 2.2 km away
#33 of 115 things to do in Brighton