School’s out for what looks to be a typically British Summer!
Swapping English lessons for English weather isn’t quite the seaside summer dream. Luckily, Brighton i360 is a day out that guarantees sunny smiles, rain or shine. As a wet weather attraction, a day by the beach without the sun still equals fun! Check out our itinerary for a rainy family trip to Brighton i360:
Keep dry and discover 2 top indoor attractions in one ticket with the Brighton Upside Down House Explorer Pass!
Float up to 450ft inside our giant glass viewing pod and watch the ever-changing stormy skyline before visiting Brighton i360’s quirky neighbours. The Upside Down House is a hop, skip and jump from the Brighton i360 viewing tower, with both attractions offering a perspective-altering day out!
With priority entry to the Upside Down House included in the Explorer Pass, you won’t have to worry about being out in the elements in between activities. Plus, you’ll be saving 20% with this multi-attraction ticket.
Child ticket (ages 4-15): £18.75
Adult ticket (ages 16+): £27
Want to squeeze in an extra History lesson for the kids this Summer? Check out the Royal Pavilion Explorer Pass here.
Avoid the rain for a little longer after your Brighton i360 pod journey and a stroll through our colourful gift shop! Forgot your brolly? Our rainbow umbrellas are a durable and apt best seller for seaside showers. You could even pick up one of our brand-new Brighton i360 caps for when the sun reappears. (Fingers crossed!)
After browsing locally crafted wares, pull up a seat at our brand-new retail café and watch the waves with a hot drink in hand.
The Brighton i360 Café on street level is another great addition to a soggy Summer day out. Housed in a restored and replicated toll booth from the 1860s – enjoy a history and cake whilst sheltering from the rain.
Want to add some extra action to your drizzly day out? Bad weather will never stop play Sixes Social Cricket! Find the immersive batting experience next to our gift shop. An activity suitable for all the family and skill levels.
Find out more about Sixes here