IF YOU’RE looking for some fun activities to do with the children next week then Jamie Walker has some great days out that will keep your youngsters entertained over half term.

Sea Life Brighton

The Sea Life centre on the seafront is the oldest operating aquarium in the world, but this half term there is a brand new feature to check out.

The Night and Day exhibit has only just opened and now visitors can come and visit the new effect that separates the light and dark - and shows how different fish adapt to the change in light under the sea.

The exhibit features turtles Gulliver and Lulu, who were recently brought back together - having been separated while construction of the exhibit took place.

The immersive experience will also include Britain’s largest collection of sharks and rays and more than 50 species of tropical marine life.

Other special features include an interactive exhibit which will put viewers on a Thai beach and simulate all the magic of dipping your toes in the water – without getting wet.

There is also an exhibit that allows visitors to see what it is like to be a lion fish.

Brighton Toy Museum

Located in Trafalgar Street, just underneath Brighton Station, the Toy Museum is the perfect place to take the little ones.

With a collection of more than 10,000 toys, new and old, to check out, the museum is a great way to introduce your children to the toys of yesteryear.

From toy cars to puppets, model trains to teddy bears and everything in between, you won’t be short of entertainment at this popular hotspot.

The museum is shut on Sundays and Mondays but that still leaves plenty of time to head down over half term and look at the toys.

Brighton Open Air Theatre

If the weather is nice then the Open Air Theatre in Dyke Road Park is the perfect place to spend an entertaining afternoon.

From May 29 to June 2 the outdoor theatre will be home to a reenactment of The Jungle Book.

The classic tale of The Jungle Book has been told time and time again.

The story has spawned a hit movie in 1967, which captured the hearts and minds of children across the world, to a real life re-adaptation in 2016, and a series of books and musicals as well.

It is a brilliant story that people of all ages love to see.

A show that is perfect for all ages and if the weather is nice the Open Air Theatre is the perfect place to be.