11 activities to keep children entertained in Chichester, Eastbourne, Hastings, Worthing and Horsham this Christmas

Need some tips on keeping the little ones entertained over Christmas? Here's some ideas on what to do in Sussex over the holidays.

Friday, 21st December 2018, 3:38 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 10:38 am
Brighton has an 880-square metre rink at the Royal Pavilion, as well as a smaller 130-square metre beginners rink with penguin skate aids for younger skaters to build their confidence. (Photo: Sam Stephenson)
Brighton has an 880-square metre rink at the Royal Pavilion, as well as a smaller 130-square metre beginners rink with penguin skate aids for younger skaters to build their confidence. (Photo: Sam Stephenson)
Meet some monkeys, meerkats and even huskies at Drusillas Park in Alfriston, East Sussex.
Visit a soft play centre such as Monkey Bizness, Lewes.
There's plenty of animals to meet and climbing frames for youngsters at Fishers Farm, Wisborough Green
Explore Bodiam Castle in East Sussex there's even an adventure map to help uncover the castle's secrets (Photograph: National Trust)
Brighton has an 880-square metre rink at the Royal Pavilion, as well as a smaller 130-square metre beginners rink with penguin skate aids for younger skaters to build their confidence. (Photo: Sam Stephenson)
Wrap up warm and go for a walk. There's plenty of countryside to explore in Sussex.
Go to the park, such as Egerton Park in Bexhill.
Children's films worth a watch include The Grinch, Mary Poppins 2 and Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Visit trampoline park Air Arena in Chichester which even has toddler sessions for little ones.
Play mini golf at Norfolk Gardens in Littlehampton or crazy golf at Jungle Paradise near Chichester
Cinderella is Eastbourne's panto offering, Jack and the Beanstalk is on at Hastings and Brighton with Sleeping Beauty in Horsham