Theme Parks in Brighton
Children find adventure parks fun, exciting and exhilarating. They are also good for kids' physical development and help them to learn through play. Drusillas Park, Fishers Farm Park, Fort Fun & Rockys, Knockhatch Adventure Park, Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park, Waterlea Adventure Park are some popular adventure park in Brighton.
A day out at a theme park for a family of four can soon add up - if you tally up the cost of getting there, entrance fee and spending money while you're there you'd be shocked at the final cost. But fret not; there are plenty of special offers to be had if you know where to look.
All the fun of the fair is on offer on theme park holidays. Mixing the eccentricity of traditional Victorian attractions with the modernity and sleek thrill rides of rollercoasters, there is much to be enjoyed on theme park breaks. Spin around, upside down and back to front, eat candyfloss and toffee-apples, and make sure you pack a change of clothes in case the water ride delivers more splash for your cash than first anticipated.
Most theme parks have downloadable maps so you can get a feel for the park's layout before you arrive. You can locate the rides and attractions your kids are particularly interested in and circle them on the map so you know exactly where to head to once through the gates.
In the last ten years, millions of pounds have been invested into the maintenance and redevelopment of Brighton Pier. In 2006 Brighton Pier shipped two of the most famous thrill rides all the way from Italy. Air Race and The Booster have attracted thrill seekers from around the country. The Booster lets you experience the force of over 3.6G’s in 2.8 seconds, at over 130 feet in the air it rotates you 360 degrees before plunging back towards Brighton Pier. Now firmly established as a pier of the 21st century with the charm of yester-year combined with modern retailing and entertainment facilities, they continue to preserve the historic structure whilst ensuring we still attract millions of visitors to enjoy the queen of all piers.
Harbour Park is the number one thing to do in Sussex if you’re planning a family day out by the beach. Their rides and attractions are designed for families with children between the ages of 2-12, but there are also great places to eat as well as traditional arcade games in the Family Arcade. It’s a great place to gently introduce your children to the delights of fun rides.