Who can believe we’re already half way through the Easter holidays? There’s still loads to do this week in and around Brighton that will keep the kids, and yourself, entertained.
The Curiosity Hub: The Curiosity Hub is…well, a hub of great things to do all year round. From Claymation to the ‘Chocolate Laboratory’, the Curiosity Hub is the place to be this half term.
Secrets of the Reef at the Sea Life Centre: With more than 400 new fish across 31 different species, this new installation at the Sea Life Centre will be a wonderful day out for everyone. This installation has made its global debut here in Brighton, even more reason to go!
Dinosaurs and Dragons at Brighton Museum: What could honestly be more appealing that Dinosaurs and Dragons!? Explore dragon myths and stories at these family fun sessions this Easter.
Star Wars Display at Hove Museum: Already known for its immersive toy collection, Hove Museum are displaying rare Star Wars items that have been loaned from private collections. Perfect for any Star Wars fan.
Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?: Pop to the Duke of York’s Picturehouse on Wednesday to see a special screening of this fun family movie. Starring Bonnie Wright -Ginny Weasley from Harry Potter- this is a feel-good film for all ages. ‘On their summer camp holiday, four misfit kids suspect that the park’s mascot has been murdered by no-one believes them so they set out to investigate Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg’.
Have a great week!
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