Rainy Day Activities

Despite being one of the sunniest places in the UK we do get the odd not so great day… but don’t panic if it’s a bit wet outside  – there’s loads of great stuff to do in Worthing even on a rainy day!

AMF Bowling

Boasting 26 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, fantastic food and drink and a family friendly environment for all ages. A great place to create wonderful memories and share fun times with family and friends.

Art-ful Pottery Café

Art-ful pottery café is great for kids & adults to get creative with lots of party fun.

Connaught Cinema

All the latest blockbusters with special kid friendly screenings on Saturday mornings

Connaught Theatre

Art Deco building which home to the best live theatre, dance, comedy, circus, and more, down here on the South Coast!

Laser Wars

Have a blast with Laser Wars! Suitable for adults and children

Pavilion Theatre

The Pavilion Theatre holds a unique position on the promenade at the entrance to Worthing's pier. Built in 1926, it has a regal elegance, situated in the heart of the town with the sea as a back-drop,

Splashpoint Leisure Centre

Splashpoint is a great pool for swimmers of all ages and abilities, with a six-lane, 25 metre competition pool, a combined learner/diving pool and an indoor leisure pool with flume and outdoor paddling pool.

TeamSport Go Karting Brighton

Seriously fun Go Karting - 450m indoor multi level track - jam-packed with hairpin bends and crazy chicanes. Suitable for kids aged 8 up

The Dome Cinema

One of the oldest working cinemas in the UK - The Dome Cinema is a grade II listed building showing all the latest blockbusters in a vintage setting

Time Lock Escape Rooms

Vintage shop will have three escape rooms hidden behind the scene. Time Lock is Worthing’s first Escape Room, hunt for clues, solve puzzles and escape within 60 minutes. For teams of 2-6 players, recommended minimum age 10.

Worthing Museum & Art Gallery

If you have a passion for the very best in Regency and Victorian fashion, want to be inspired by artists such as Stanley, William Holman-Hunt and Philip Jackson, or are looking to discover why Worthing residents take such quiet pride in 55,000 years of their achievements, then Worthing Museum and Art Gallery is the place to visit.