Easter activities in Brighton
With Easter fast approaching, we’ve rounded up some of the best ways to celebrate outdoors in Brighton and the surrounding area.
Celebrate the holiday season in the great outdoors with an activity certain to keep the whole family entertained. The National Trust’s much-anticipated Easter Egg Hunts will be returning across gardens and parks in Brighton and Hove.
Get out of the house and explore the city like you’ve never seen it before. With Curious About Brighton, you can download a virtual treasure hunt and take a self-guided walk around the city’s best-known and unusual sights. The guide includes detailed directions, maps and clues as well as some interesting snippets of history. The perfect family Easter Day activity.
3. Easter Beach Walk
Brighton is known for its breath-taking, pebbled beach, so why not gather the family together for an Easter walk along Brighton’s Palace Pier? Or, take to the shore to view the iconic West Pier, or view the beautiful Brighton Beach bandstand to experience some of the city’s rich history. Be sure to take Easter eggs to enjoy along the way.
Embrace your inner artist over the Easter break and recreate famous artworks virtually. Created by Brighton’s Culture24 and Luxembourg’s Plurio.net, VanGoYourself is a fun way to appreciate artwork and put your own spin on it by recreating them and uploading your work for others to enjoy. VanGoYourself features two paintings which feature in Brighton Museum and Art Gallery: Idyll by Lawrence Koe, and Jan Lievens’ Raising of Lazarus.
5. Preston Park
Preston Park is the largest urban park in Brighton, offering 63-acres of green space to explore, so why not gather the family for a walk amongst the greenery? The park has beautiful rock and walled gardens, as well as wildflower and rose gardens, meaning you definitely won’t run out of beautiful sights to see.
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