Take a trip to Brighton

Brighton is a constituent part of the city of Brighton and Hove, a former town situated on the southern coast of England, in the county of East Sussex. It is best known as a seaside resort.

Restaurant lover? Into your vintage? Got the kids? Whatever your priorities, you will be amply satisfied in Brighton.

Best things to do in Brighton

Explore Brighton Palace Pier

You can't get much more of the British seaside experience than eating fresh fish and chips at the end of Brighton Pier and partaking in some of the entertainment... with fairground rides, bars and restaurants stretching out into the sea. Brighton Palace Pier has a lot to offer. 

Take in immense sea views from the British Airways i360

Some might see it as a bit of an eyesore, but the views from this 150-metre-high observation tower are impressive. You can see pretty much all of Brighton!

Book to see the Lady boys of Bangkok 

Lady boys Flight of Fantasy Tour 2021 - the showgirls are Back! After postponing last year, we've rescheduled, and The Lady Boys of Bangkok will be touching down with their most sensational show yet for 2021! The first stop will be at Brighton as part of Brighton Fringe on May 28.

See world treasures at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is located in the Royal Pavilion garden, at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter. This city-centre museum and gallery is free for locals, while visitors are charged £5.20. Given the treasures on show – from fine art and ancient Egypt to 20th-century design fashion to exhibitions from contemporary artists we’d say this a must to visit.

Discover the spectacular Sea Life Brighton

The SeaLife centre in Brighton is in the world’s oldest operating aquarium! Originally opened as Brighton Aquarium in 1872, the attraction was bought by Sea Life in 1991.

Visit the Grand Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Don’t miss: A secret tunnel in the building links the Pavillion to Brighton Dome. While you can’t see it on the standard tour, special tours of the tunnel and basement run on selected dates.

Get your culture fix with Brighton Dome

A huge performance venue. You can expect a night of classical music, dance, theatre, and poetry.

Explore shopping in the Lanes

Today theseries of twisting alleyways are home to antique stores, jewellers, and designer boutiques. The square on East Street is a great spot for a delicious al fresco meal accompanied by some live jazz.

KempTown - Get to know Brighton’s queer history on an LGBTQ+ walking tour

Rainbow flags fly proudly in Brighton, arguably the LGBTQ+ capital of the UK. Since the 18th century Brighton has become a cosmopolitan place of recreation, escape, and freedom.

Eat out at the Regency Restaurant

It is one of the oldest and most popular seafront restaurants, offering its customers quality and value for money since the 1930's. With good quality food, generous portions, reasonable prices, spectacular sea views and cheerful atmosphere, it is no wonder that the restaurant has won national acclaim.


Disclaimer: source for information: https://www.timeout.com/brighton/things-to-do/best-things-to-do-in-brighton


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