Six Exciting Things to Do this October Half Term

Six Exciting Things to Do this October Half Term

Defy gravity at Brighton’s Upside Down House

This October Brighton’s Upside Down House will be creaking open its doors across the country to a frightful haunted house experience. In a year when the whole world was turned upside down, the idea of hanging from the ceiling may feel almost normal, but think again! Creepy crawlies and skeleton’s await as guests explore the two-storey house. All is definitely not as it seems inside; are the stairs travelling up or down? And what’s hidden behind the doors and corners? Open from the 19th October – 1st November, guests will be able to capture gravity defying photos and enter into a photo competition, with the best images receiving a £50 Amazon voucher. Tickets cost £5 per person. For more information please visit:

See the animals at Drusillas Park

There is oodles of fun to be had at Drusillas Park, which is widely regarded as one of the best days out in Sussex for families. With so many things to do, guests can spend hours exploring in the zoo, going wild in the different kids play areas and let their hair down on the exciting kid’s rides. Education is also at the heart of the park with fun actives and challenges. Kids can take part in the the Zoolympics challenge, stamp their way through the Animal Spotter Book and watch the animals being fed and learn new facts at the Keeper Talks. Tickets start at £19. For more information please visit: 

Go dino-mad at Globalls

Crazy Golf has just got even more crazy…… Set in the heart of Brighton Marina, GLOBALLS has 2 x 12 hole indoor golf courses. Travel back to the Jurassic period or stroll through a Tropical Jungle and play through the craziest glowy-est golf course you can ever imagine. The spectacular artwork, painted by local Brighton artists, provide the perfect quirky selfie with the glowing neon Dinosaurs & Animals. These fun and uniquely imaginative courses are a winner for adults & children. Tickets are £5.50 per golfer. For more information please visit: 

Escape from Bewilder Box – Brighton’s newest escape room

For those searching for a unique, thrilling ‘Brighton’ adventure, look no further! Built and run by a team of local talents, Bewilder Box combines the puzzle solving elements of the Crystal Maze with an immersive theatre style experience where YOU are the main character. Bewilder Box has two science fiction themed escape rooms located in Brighton and Hove and as a new recruit, you’ll become part of the Bewilder Box story. Their third newest pop-up escape room, located on Brighton beach, features wonderful views of the sea and up to 60 minutes of mind-boggling puzzles and fun. For more information please visit: 

Discover ocean wonders at Sea Life Brighton

Based opposite the iconic pier, SEA LIFE Brighton is the oldest operating aquarium in the world with the original Victorian architecture. The aquarium features 5,500 mesmerising creatures including Rays, Sharks, Turtles, Terrapins, Tropical Fish, Star Fish, Seahorses and an Anaconda! Little ones can dance along the bio-florescent tropical shore, marvel in the beauty of coral reefs, journey through the underwater tunnel, explore the floor to ceiling viewing window and welcome back the much loved Green Turtles Lulu & Gulliver! Guests can even meet the amazing ocean creatures from a new perspective on the Glass Bottom Boat ride, an experience totally unique to SEA LIFE Brighton. Tickets start at £13 for children and £17.20 for adults. For more information please visit: 

Ride the rails at Volks Electric Railway

Volks Electric Railway is the the oldest continuously running electric railway in the World. Built in 1883, the route runs for one and a quarter miles along the top of Brighton beach, with three stations where passengers can alight. Take the kids on a fantastic journey full of unparalleled sea views, or simply use the train to get from destination to destination. Tickets start at £2.40 for children and £3.90 for adults. For more information please visit:

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