Iconic Regency palace & museum
Distinctive Asian-style palace built for King George IV, with restored rooms, gardens and tours.
British Airways i360
Moving observation tower with a bar
This futuristic glass pod with a cocktail bar travels skyward for dramatic ocean & city views.
Brighton Palace Pier
Iconic landmark & entertainment centre
Opened in 1899 and home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the sea view.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
Art & artefacts in a John Nash villa
In Royal Pavilion’s gardens, with displays of fine/decorative art, fashion, toys and local history.
Shopping, dining & yacht harbour
Brighton Marina centres on the busy yacht harbour, where sailboats moor at the quay. It’s a chic shopping hub with fashion boutiques, galleries, and craft shops, plus casual eateries with terraces
SEA LIFE Brighton
Aquarium and turtle
Arts & music venue in a Regency building
Elegant Regency building staging music, theatre and dance shows, plus the annual Brighton Festival.
Royal Pavilion & trendy shopping streets
North Laine has a happening, bohemian vibe with vegetarian cafes, vintage clothing stores, and jewellery stalls centred on busy Kensington Gardens pedestrian road. In the Cultural Quarter, the
The Lanes are a collection of narrow lanes in Brighton, in the city of Brighton and Hove famous for their small shops and narrow alleyways. The Lanes are commonly taken to be bounded by North
Winding alleyways & antiques stores
The Lanes, once the hub of the old fishing town Brighthelmstone, is a lively neighborhood packed with upmarket restaurants, quaint tea rooms, and traditional pubs serving real ale. At its heart
Volk’s Electric Railway
Victorian train now used for sightseeing
Electric railway dating to 1883, now operating along the seashore as a seasonal tourist experience.
Urban park & outdoor festival venue
Large urban park with playgrounds, pitches and a manor house, used for concerts, fairs and circuses.
Booth Museum of Natural History
Natural history & interactive displays
Museum exploring the natural world through exhibits, interactive displays and hands-on activities.
Brighton Toy and Model Museum
10,000 exhibits beneath Victorian arches
Thousands of toys and models displayed in 3 railway arches, including 2 working railway layouts.
Edwardian-style mansion & walled garden
Elegant Georgian manor with 20 rooms decorated in Edwardian style, plus a walled garden.
Historic thoroughfare with a garden park
Bustling thoroughfare anchored by lush gardens with sculptures, monuments & a cascading fountain.
Jubilee Clock Tower
Landmark clock tower dating to 1888
Granite & stone clock tower built in 1888 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 50th year on the throne.
Brighton Fishing Museum
History of the local fishing community
Volunteer-run museum tracing the fishing community’s history through film, photos and memorabilia.
Old Police Cells Museum
Exhibits tracing Sussex Police history
Tours of prison cells & a collection of Sussex Police history memorabilia in the Town Hall basement.
Brighton Open Market
Market and shopping
Snoopers Paradise Ltd
Fish and chips and shopping
Regency Square, Brighton
Iconic townhouses around a public green
Series of townhouses built as luxury homes in the 19th-century around a central lawn, now a park.
Queen’s Park, Brighton
Green space with a playground & a pond
An urban park with a central pond and a playground, which also hosts regular concerts and events.
Large green space for leisure & sport
Public parkland with flowers, sculptures and grassy areas, a playground and sporting facilities.
Hove Museum & Art Gallery
Toys, cinema, fine art & local history
Italianate villa housing a family-friendly world of toys, film, local history and fine art.
Prince Regent Swimming Complex
St Peter’s Church, Brighton
Anglican edifice by Sir Charles Barry
Carpeted, Gothic-style Anglican building, designed by Sir Charles Barry, with 5 Sunday services.
Contemporary art in a unique space
Established contemporary art gallery in a former church for exhibits, workshops, talks & screenings.
Brighton Pier Rides
Cliff and running
Brighton Bike Tours
Royal Pavilion Ice Rink
Restored Regency garden with a cafe
Restored Regency garden at the Royal Pavilion featuring a variety of plants, plus a cafe.
St. Ann’s Well Gardens, Hove
Garden, tennis, and park
St. Ann’s Well Gardens is a park in Hove, East Sussex, about half a mile from the shore. The park is renowned for its chalybeate spring, which is now named St. Ann’s Well. In this case, the name
Devil’s Dyke, Sussex
Picturesque valley with trails
Scenic, V-shaped valley with walking trails, nature programs & surrounding hotels & restaurants.
Garden and park
St Bartholomew’s Church, Brighton
St Bartholomew’s Church, dedicated to the apostle Bartholomew, is an Anglican church in Brighton, England. The neo-gothic building is located on Ann Street, on a sloping site between Brighton
Brighton Naturist Beach
Park with skateboarding & a splash pad
Green space with elm trees & butterflies, a skate park & water fountain feature for kids.
Rendezvous Casino Brighton Marina
Two gaming floors, restaurant & DJs
Slots, roulette and poker with a seaview terrace, restaurant and weekend DJs; open 24/7.
Brighton and Hove City Council Seafront Office
artrepublic Brighton Gallery
Art gallery for limited edition prints
Well-stocked gallery of rare, limited edition prints by sought-after artists, plus framing service.
The Escape Game Brighton
Grassy hill with walking paths
Grassy, 248m-tall chalk hill with panoramic views, walking paths & the remains of an Iron Age fort.