Today sees the start of half-term, and a week of needing to keep your children entertained.

Brighton residents are being advised to stay in the city for the holiday, as rail strikes continues to cause chaos.

So here are four fun things you can do with the whole family during half-term:

British Airways i360

Lower Kings Road, Brighton seafront, runs until Sunday, February 24

If you haven’t ventured up the i360 yet then half-term may be the perfect time to give it a go. Across the week-long school break, the sky high seafront location is offering entry to children for just £1. Each paying adult can take up to two under-16s with them on the i360 for a pound. Soaring up to 450 feet into the air, the attraction boasts incredible views of the city and beyond. As well as the cheap entry, youngsters will also be handed a “Discovery Trail” booklet which has fun facts about Brighton. To make things even better, completion of the booklet with allow children to eat for free at the West Beach Bar and Kitchen - as long as the booklet is brought along of course. Why not give the entire family a sky high experience this half-term.

Underwater Superheroes

Sea Life Brighton, Marine Parade, Brighton, runs until Sunday, March 17

Sea Life Brighton is inviting guests to unleash their inner superhero with a brand new interactive experience. Families follow an underwater trail through the sea life centre and will face challenges from five aquatic superheroes. The interactive challenges, which will vary from tank to tank will test your youngsters skills and determination. Along the way they will also learn about the amazing physical powers that some marine life have. If you want to get up close and personal with marine life in a unique and engaging way then this is the event to take your youngsters too. Tickets for the experience are priced at £11.50 and are billed as an excellent activity to take part in this half-term.

Stephen Jones hat exhibition

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, runs until Sunday, June 9

Stephen Jones has made hats and headwear for some of the most famous celebrities in the world. He is so talented that he can list the likes of Lady Gaga and Princess Diana of Wales among his star-studded clientele. He has also collaborated with high-end designers like Dior, Thom Browne and Giles Deacon. The hats will be scattered across the Royal Pavilion, with different ones in each room. There will also be a mock banquet set up in the dining hall where plenty of the hats will be on show as their respective mannequins sit at the table. If you are a fan of fashion and want to see hats worn by some of your favourite celebrities then this show is highly recommended. The exhibition is free with Royal Pavilion admission - Adult £13.50, Child (5-15) £8.00, or free with a Royal Pavilion members pass.

Brighton Palace Pier

Madeira Drive, Brighton, open year round

The Palace Pier is an all year round attraction but it will be perfect to keep your little ones busy during half term - for a day at least. At the end of the famous landmark are a number of rides and stalls, rollercoasters and even the haunted house. It may not be Halloween but it’s never a bad time for a spooky experience. If you feel like only spending a couple of pounds there some addictively fun arcade games located inside. And let’s not forget the doughnuts, crepes and fish and chips - as well as Horatio’s restaurant.