THREE top attractions – Sea Life Brighton, i360 and Royal Pavilion – have set up a brand new Brighton Explorer Pass for this week's half term.

The aim is to encourage locals to explore their city while the planned engineering works by Southern Rail are stopping trains to and from London, Eastbourne and Lewes.

The attractions are offering heavily discounted prices – with up to a 37 per cent discount available on some tickets.

Max Leviston, General Manager of Sea Life, said: "Brighton is such a diverse city with so much to see and do.

"It was shocking to hear that some people have lived here all their lives and never visited any of the cities amazing tourist attractions!

"The Explorer pass give them the chance to do just that while the trains aren’t allowing easy access to and from London or the east.’

Spot artwork on the rooftops and ships out at sea from the warmth of the British Airways i360 pod; dip beneath the ocean waves without getting wet at Sea Life Centre and feed your imaginations in King George IV’s lavish banqueting hall at the Royal Pavilion.

Prices from £22.40 per adult/ £13.40 per child for two attraction; or £34.50 per adult / £23.40 per child for all three attractions.

Book online at any of the participating attractions.