Champions League of Darts

Brighton Centre, Brighton, Saturday, September 22 - Sunday, September 23

Nothing quite compares to sitting at a table, or up in the balcony, and experiencing the atmosphere and intensity that goes with watching the darts. Taking place in Brighton, the Champions League of Darts is a relatively new highlight on the darting calendar but has already garnered plenty of traction. A heroes welcome will be on the cards for Rob Cross, who shocked the world in January when he came from relative obscurity to with the World Darts Championship. It may not seem like a family activity, and sure you won’t be sitting your kids on the tables where the majority of the drinking takes place, but a seat in the stalls will give them an experience they will not soon forget.

Hove Park Railway Open Day

Hove Park, Hove, Saturday, September 22

With an incredible history and lineage that is hoping to continue forward for many more years, the Hove Park Railway is a favourite among youngsters that visit the park. A fun, family day out at the park is always a good idea, especially if the sun is shining. And this weekend your little ones will be able to enjoy a ride on the park’s historic railway. With only a pound per ticket there is no reason not to take the chance to take the train on a short journey. Take a picnic and have a good day out.

VR Parlour

The Old Market, Hove, Saturday, September 22 - Sunday, September 30

An immersive virtual reality experience is right before your eyes and will give you a once in a lifetime opportunity to take tours that would be impossible to many others. The biggest of these is a tour around the Natural History Museum, taking in the exhibitions, hosted by David Attenborough. You’d be a fool to turn down the chance to have the TV star take you on a tour of one of the world’s most incredible museums.

Kapow Wrestling

4th Littlehampton Scout Hall

A fantastic family fun day, Kapow Wrestling have been putting on wrestling shows for all ages since 2013. An intimate event, it really gives youngsters a chance to embrace the fun of wrestling from an early age. Even parents will be surprised at how much they will enjoy a day of watching some quirky characters run around the ring beating each other up...even if it is all scripted.