Not only does Autumn bring all things pumpkin spice and things that go bump in the night, but an abundance of activities for the whole family to enjoy around the city of Brighton!
Here are our top 5 family activities in Brighton this Autumn:
Night Walk 360 at Brighton i360
Take Autumn nights to new heights with a Night Walk 360 experience this October half term at Brighton i360!
Watch dusk fall over the city and admire the changing colours the season brings with an evening stroll like no other on TOP of the Brighton i360 pod!
Brighton i360’s Night Walk 360 experiences are running from 22nd – 29th October from 6pm. Book yours here!
Looking for an added thrill this Autumn? Get in the Halloween spirit with Brighton i360’s limited edition Halloween Night Walk 360 experience from 5pm on 30th & 31st October!
Walk into the witching hour and dare to tackle this hair-raising adrenaline-fuelled experience with a few spooky surprises thrown in. It’s the chance to trick-or-treat at 450ft!
Standard ticket price (10+): £40
Member ticket price (10+): £35
Trick or Treat at Sixes Social Cricket – 18th October – 5th November
Brighton i360 aren’t the only ones feeling wicked this Autumn. Sixes Social Cricket are fully embracing spooky season too with frights fit for all the family!
Brighton i360’s sporty neighbours are offering trick-or-treat food and drink specials, plus those in the nets can face Paxton, the eerie and unpredictable pumpkin bowler!
Book your trip to Sixes Social Cricket Brighton here.
Arrisy’s Autumnal Sunday Lunch at The Kemp
The arrival of cosy season isn’t complete without a hearty Sunday roast.
Tucked away in the heart of Kemptown, The Kemp is a traditional (dog-friendly!) community pub with food and a Sunday lunch offering by in-house Arrisy to rave about.
Enjoy a Mediterranean appetiser in true Arrisy style before tucking into a more traditional roast dinner.
At The Kemp, traditional means in no way average, with an impressive filo-meat alternative for vegan diners, kids roast portions and ample comforting sides.
Check out their Sunday lunch menu here.
Basement and Tunnel Tours at the Royal Pavilion
Take the time to be a tourist in your own city this autumn and enjoy a trip with a difference to Brighton’s Royal Pavilion.
Book onto a behind-the-scenes walking tour of the basement and tunnels below the iconic Grade I listed building for an unfiltered look into its famous history.
An activity best paired with Brighton i360’s Night Walk 360, why not explore Brighton from above and below as a family this October half term?
Find out more here!
Misty morning walk in the countryside – Ditchling Beacon and Devil’s Dyke
Hop onto a ‘Breeze up to the Downs’ bus service and buy a family ticket on the Brighton and Hove buses app for up to 5 people. Then, take the 79 to Ditchling Beacon, or the 77 to Devil’s Dyke.
Click here for more information about these Autumn walks.