What's On During The October Half Term In Brighton

What's On During The October Half Term In Brighton

Brighton is a popular destination for families during the school holidays and this October half term will be no different. There is so much for kids to do, from playing on the beach to the fairground rides on the pier, they won’t be complaining that they’re bored!

There are also plenty of special activities in Brighton for the October half term, here are a few will tempt you.

Kids Run Free

That’s right, what could be simpler than letting your kids run free? These special events are aimed at encouraging children to get out and get active, from toddlers to teenagers, kids can turn up and enjoy fun races.

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Brighton Children's Portrait Photography Workshop

Are your children the most beautiful children in the world? Do you want to capture their fleeting youth as they frolic on Brighton Beach? Do you just want to make your Facebook friends jealous? Whatever your motivation, you can learn how to take professional portraits of your children in this 3 hour workshop. By the end you will have the perfect photo of your little cherubs.

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Snowdogs by the Sea

Keep your eyes peeled while you are on holiday in Brighton this October half terms and you might be lucky enough to see a Snowdog or two. All over Brighton 50 1.5m high Snowdog sculptures have been placed in unsuspecting places. Searching them out is a great way to discover more of the city.

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Scream Barn Farm

Not technically in Brighton, but in nearby Lewes, Spring Barn Farm is hosting an extra special spooky Halloween event throughout the half term. As well as all the usual attractions, your kids can enjoy pumpkins, witches and a maize maze.

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What is a ghost?

Are your children curious about all things spooky? This event will give them all the information they need about ghosts and the supernatural. At Preston Manor you can drop into a session and ask all the questions you’ve ever had about ghosts.

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Undersea Explorers

Are you looking to train your kids up to dive for treasure and keep you in your old age? Yes? In that case, the Undersea Explorer sessions at the Brighton Swimming Centre are for you. The pool will be filled with realistic marine life that they will learn about while learning to snorkel in the safety of the swimming pool.

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Posted 14th Sep 2016

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