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  • 1. Royal Pavilion

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A visit to the Royal Pavilion should not be missed if you are at Brighton. First, I think we nearly walked the whole way around the Pavilion to find the entry point, some how, we must have missed the...

  • 2. Palace Pier

    The most important building in Brighton its of course, Brighton Pier. Brighton Pier is the connection with the sea, It has attractions such as , restaurants and games for all family's members. They...

  • 3. The Lanes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Lanes is a small area of specialist shops (especially jewellers), restaurants and pubs within a stone's throw of the sea and pier. Just wander. People watch in good weather. All restaurants on a...

  • 4. The Beach

    The firs day for me in Brighton I went to the beach it's was really beautiful there are a lot of people playing volleyball ,football and basketball . the another thing you can do it on the beach it's...

  • 5. Sealife Centre

    This is one of many Sealife Centres all over Europe. Not equal to some of the other aquariums that I've seen they are nevertheless worth a brief visit. This one has some interesting displays of marine...

  • 6. Devils Dyke

    4 out of 5 stars

    Devil's Dyke (or Devil’s Ditch) is a V-Shaped valley, near Brighton. Its viewpoint offers fab views north towards the Weald and south over the sea. It is the largest Dyke in the UK and part of the...

  • 7. West Pier

    3 out of 5 stars

    The team that were behind the 'London eye' are planning to build what they call an 'i-360' structure on the Seafront at Brighton. The design means that a single 'pod' can rise up over Brighton, giving...

  • 8. The Marina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Covering over 126 acres (some of the wet) the building of Brighton Marina began in 1971. it was always a contentious project with locals eho were quick to note that very few of them owned yachts or...

  • 9. Preston Park

    Little known and very quiet is Preston Manor an old Manor House at the northern end of Preston Park. It is owned by the council and open to the public, furnished as it was in Edwardian times. I think...

  • 10. Indoor Rock Climbing

    What a fantastic time!I did a taster session of an hour and a half with a great instructor and it looked like they did all kinds of things, Junior Clubs,...

  • 11. have fun

    I think that is a good idea to do activities in dyke road park because there are lots of games such as you can do exercise it is a interesting and big park...

  • 12. Relax on the beach ;-D

    Just to see the waves and walk along the sea... Oh...What a lovely feeling it was. If someone comes to Brighton, it is a must that you visit the beach and sea....

  • 13. Brighton Wheel

    If you'd like to have a great overview of Brighton & Hove, this is the best attraction for your trip! The Brighton Wheel is a big carrusel at the Brighton...

  • 14. Victoria Fountain

    The Victoria Fountain in the Old Steine was inaugurated on 25 May 1846 for the 27th birthday of Queen Victoria. It was cast locally in Brighton and consists of...

  • 15. Brighton Museum

    The brighton Museum is set in the Royal Pavilion Gardens and contains an interesting collection of exhibits on local history, a small section on ancient Egypt...


    Still looking spruce after it's £10 million refurbishment Brighton Museum and Art Gallery has an interesting assortment of exhibits, ranging from a wonderful...

  • 17. Small but cutting edge art gallery

    "o contemporary is one of the UK's top contemporary art spaces, showcasing a compelling and diverse selection of national and international artists'...

  • 18. Ship street indoor market

    A somewhat ecelctic mix of stalls can be found in the Ship Street market. It all had a rather bohemian and hippy feel to it, much in keeping with studenty feel...

  • 19. Take Afternoon Tea at the Grand Hotel

    Took my Mum for a very posh afternoon tea at the Grand Hotel.Lots of cucumber, egg mayo and salmon sandwiches, all without crusts and all tasting very yummy -...

  • 20. Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

    Recently re-opened after a multi-million pound restoration this museum would be a lovely place to visit on a wet afternoon. Luckily for me it was sunny and...

  • 21. City Sightseeing Brighton.

    This bus brings makes a round through Brighton. There are 11 stops during this ride: - Grand Junction Road (opposite Coach Station): Palace Pier, Pool Valley...


    Mechanical memories is a cute little museum of Victorian penny arcade games. You buy some Victorian pennies at the desk then put the pennies in various...

  • 23. Ladyboys of Bangkok

    It was really a great time watching them dancing and joking on the stage. Well, let me explain-this is a troupe of 16 exotic girls... but in fact they are boys....

  • 24. Saltdean Lido and beach

    Saltdean is a predominantly residential suburb built around a valley and oval park. Traditionally it has had something of a blue-rinse image but this is no...


    I ummed and ahhed about whether this should go into the shopping section but ultimately came to the conclusion that a stroll through an open market is rather...

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