Fun Easter Activities in and around Brighton

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An illustration of three anthropomorphic characters smiling. In the center is a well-dressed rabbit in a suit and tie. On each side of the rabbit are two smiling children, one with curly hair and glasses on the left, and one with straight hair on the right.

This Easter holiday there’s plenty of family-friendly fun to be had - here are our Top 5 picks of what’s on offer this Easter in Brighton! (this article has been updated to feature only in-date activities)

Bertram Bunny’s Easter Pirate Adventure Trail at Borde Hill Garden

Borde Hill Lane, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 1XP | 23rd March - 14th April | Open 10am-5pm

Why not make the trip to Borde Hill Garden (around 40 minutes from Brighton) to explore its beautiful gardens and fantastic house? Spring is an uplifting time to explore the Garden and Woodland with your family, where you’ll be surrounded by the vibrant beauty of blooming magnolias, camellias, hellebores, rhododendrons, and sunny daffodils.

Kids can join Bertram Bunny as they embark on a journey through the Garden in search of treasure, deciphering clues left by Jumping Jack Bunny, fresh from his escapades on the high seas. Along the way they can fuel up at the Gardeners’ Retreat Café or Ginkgo Coffee Shop, and when they solve the puzzles they will earn themselves an Easter treat, before letting off steam in the Adventure Playground.

£4 for non-members (free for members) - for the Easter Trail you only need to book for children, but for General Adission to the gardens you need to book per person.         The Easter Trail is suitable for children aged 3-8; click here for more information and to book.