Easter Fun in Worthing

With school holidays on the horizon and the long Easter weekend for the rest of us to look forward to here’s a breakdown of top picks to keep you entertained in Worthing over the next few weeks.

Easter fun in Worthing

Best for families

Lambing at Coombes Farm  10th March – 15th April
One for all the family and not to be missed. Pop on your wellies and head up to Coombes for a day on the farm – watch lambs being born and join in a bottle feeding session.

Giant Observation Wheel at Steyne Gardens, 24th March – 15th April
See Worthing and beyond from the skies. Tickets bookable on the day or in advance from the box office £5 for adults, less for children / concessions

Worthing Easter Eggstravaganza Bank Holiday Monday 10am – 5pm
Crafting market, food stalls, Town Easter Egg Hunt, small petting zoo, VW campervan and Beetle car show

Gangsta Granny, Worthing Theatres   20th – 22nd April
The award winning West End Production of David Walliams story live on stage. For performance time and to book tickets

Worthing Museum Easter Workshops  4th – 13th April
Seven fun workshops including jewellery, fabulous hats, for the whole family, under 5’s, 8 -14 and 11-14 year olds

Best for music lovers

Worthing Symphony Orchestra RAF Centenary Concert, Sunday 28th April  2.45pm
Featuring dazzlingly talented young saxophonist Jess Gillam 2017 BBC Proms with the BBC Concert Orchestra

Best for creatives

Echoes from the Landscape  Colonnade House, Warwick Street, 27th March – 7th April
Fine art and editorial photographer, Christopher Pledger showcases his poetic vision of the coast and South Downs. Free

For details of these & other events taking place check out Discover Worthing / What’s On

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Food & Drink

Seasonal, fresh and made with more than just a little love – that’s what you can expect from Worthing’s foodie hotspots. Whether it’s fish and shellfish straight from the sea, simple but delicious Turkish cuisine, home-made Sicilian Gelato, freshly ground coffee or real ales we have it all. Here’s our guide to gorgeous grub around town based on top Trip Advisor Ratings…

Family Friendly

Worthing is a town to reconnect as a family. There’s something for kids of all ages in Worthing; indoor or outdoor, whatever the weather, space to run, new activities to explore, challenges to be met. The beach and South Downs are both natural playgrounds with endless opportunities for fun to be had.