If it’s fun things to do in Brighton you’re looking for then you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice. Brighton is one of the most creative towns in the UK. Everything from its bars to pop up events are the stuff wacky and wonderful weekend plans are made of. We’ve rounded up a selection of the best, so read on to get the low down of quirky activities in Brighton that you can book right now.
Tribe Axe Throwing at North Laine Brewhouse
Nothing says fun quite like throwing axes, right? Head down to North Laine where their experts will show you how to sling an axe and sink a bullseye before starting a friendly tournament with fellow slingers. After burning off some steam, why not grab a drink and a bite to eat. Disclaimer: the wings and ribs are INSANE!!!
Alcotraz Bar Cell Block One – Three
If you’re in the market for something quite different, this takes some beating.
Bring your own bottle of liquor and smuggle it past the ‘warden’ at this prison-themed speakeasy bar. You’ll don an orange jumpsuit, take a seat in a metal barred cell and immerse in this theatrical drinking experience as the staff incorporate your smuggled spirit into super scrumptious cocktails.
Lucky Voice Karaoke
If you’re looking for a fun-filled activity in Brighton, look no further than Lucky Voice. This dedicated karaoke bar is heaps of fun. Serenade your partner or rock the mic and impress your friends, with plenty of drinks for some dutch courage and fancy dress to keep the evening antics flowing.
The World’s End
The World’s End is Brighton’s premier activity pub, built with quirky date/mate nights in mind. Whether you’re heading in for their weekly quiz, table-top Pac Man or remote-controlled race track, you’ll be lucky if you make it through even half the entertainment they’ve got on offer.
British Airways i360
What better way to see Brighton’s breathtaking views than from 450ft in the sky? Jump on an i360 flight and cruise to staggering heights whilst admiring the beautiful views from the sea to the South Downs. Grab the unique opportunity to capture the winter solstice sunrise on 21st December!
Put on your cheesy-ist Christmas jumper and visit Victoria Gardens by the Royal Pavilion for a day of festivities – and most importantly crazy golf! Come and enjoy the arctic themed 9-hole crazy golf course at the centre of the action. This is a unique opportunity to soak up the Christmas market atmosphere whilst teeing off!
There are over 150 festive stalls and attractions nearby including Santa’s Grotto and an Alpine Après Ski Zone, so you can make a whole day of it. When you get tired of shopping, eating and drinking your way around the festival you can take a break and test your skills on our brand new course!
Make no mistake, Globetrotters’ pop up will be one of the best things to do in Brighton this Christmas.