15 things to do this October half term

Half term takes place at the end of October and if you are looking for things to do with the family Sussex is full of great attractions.

Thursday, 22nd October 2020, 12:22 pm
Updated Thursday, 22nd October 2020, 12:30 pm
Shriek Week at Drusillas Park

From enjoying the great outdoors to picking pumpkins there is loads to enjoy.

Pick you own pumpkin is open again this year but you have to book a time to go.
Volks Electric Railway is the the oldest continuously running electric railway in the world. Tickets start at £2.40 for children and £3.90 for adults.
Fisher's Farm, tickets need to booked in advance. Guests can enjoy the animal enclosures.
The trail designed to be travelled by train, bus, walking or cycling. It is suited to cycling as much as the route is on promenades and paths separated from roads. This trail is suitable for families as it is entirely separated from traffic.
Tilgate Nature Park in Crawley is home to over 100 different species.
Head to Bedgebury Pinetum (you’ll have to pay for parking but entry is free) and enjoy the Gruffalo trail.
Enjoy West Dean Gardens where children and NHS workers go free just show your NHS pass.
Full of tales of ghostly goings-on and strange apparitions, Battle Abbey is sure to be a frightfully fun day out for the family this Halloween. Picture: Jim Holden
Enjoy the underwater world at Sea Life Brighton.
Enjoy Leonardslee Lake and Gardens and immserse in autumn. Tickets should be booked in advance.
Children can enjoy creepy crawlies and pumpkin decorating at Drusillas. Booking advised.
Shoreham Fort is a scheduled ancient monument, and free to visit. Picture: Google SUS-190919-092943001
Open all year. Free admission enjoy a number of walks around the park.
Crazy Golf has just got even more crazy...... Set in the heart of Brighton Marina, GLOBALLS has 2 x 12 hole indoor golf courses. Tickets £5.50.
Plenty of walks to enjoy across 1066 Country, East Sussex.