Brighton Attractions



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  • Brighton Pier
  • Brunswick
  • Churchill Square
  • Seven Dials
  • The North Laines
  • The Royal Pavillion
  • Brighton is what some may consider the Santa Monica of the UK. With loads of sunny seaside activities, Brighton is a popular vacation spot for Brits and European travelers alike.

    Brighton Pier has much to offer its fun-loving guests. A great place to bring the kids, Palace of Fun arcade and other fairground attractions will definitely keep the kids happy throughout your stay in Brighton.

    After soaking up the sun on the pebbled shores of Brighton Beach, head over to the Royal Pavilion. Formerly the seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV), what was once one of the most magnificent palaces in southern Britain, is now one of the most popular Brighton attractions.

    If you are lucky enough to be spend more than a day in sunny Brighton, make it over to the Brighton Dome. This architectural wonder is home to some of the best live entertainment in Brighton. Be sure to catch a show here, the stunning interiors alone are worth a visit.

    Satisfy the dare devil in you with paragliding lessons. Get a birds-eye-view of Brighton and its accompanying beaches with an afternoon of paragliding through the open air.

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    Brighton Marina

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    Merchants Quay

    The UK's biggest yacht harbor with a casino, modern restaurants, special events and weekly markets... read more

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    Guide Friday Discover Brighton Tour

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    Grand Junction Road (starting point)
    Opposite Coach Station

    Tour of Brighton by open-top bus that takes you to all the major Brighton attractions... read more

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    Devil's Dyke

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    Devil's Dyke Road

    Rolling hills with farmland down below and endless bicycling opportunities on dirt roads... read more

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    Lewes

    Follow the A27 towards Lewes
    (East Sussex)

    Pretty quaint town where the annual Guy Fawkes Celebration attracts thousands... read more

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    Undercliff Path

    Off Merchants Quay
    Brighton Marina

    Walk or cycle under the salt cliffs all the way down the coast to Saltdean... read more

    Brighton Clock Tower

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    Junction of West Street and Queens Road

    The Big Ben of Brighton Right Smack In Churchill Square... read more

    Sealife Centre

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    Marine Parade
    (opposite Brighton Pier)

    Huge Victorian Aquarium near Brighton Pier...
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    Preston Manor

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    Preston Drove
    Preston Park

    Museum of a restored Edwardian home with walled gardens... read more

    Queens Park

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    South Avenue

    Very large park near Kemptown where Brighton Festival Fringe Holds Outdoor Events... read more

    Brighton Beach

    299 Maderia Drive

    Pack your jelly shoes and rent a chair, it's time for pebbly Brighton beach... read more

    Peace Statue

    Kings Road

    Angelic monument that invites you to come lay back on Hove Lawns... read more

    Visitor Information Centre

    4-5 Pavilion Buildings
    Royal Pavilion Shop

    The best place to pick up pamphlets and maps for Brighton and all around Sussex... read more

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    Kemptown

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    St Georges Road

    The gay heart of the city where the majority of the scene unfolds in pubs, clubs and saunas... read more

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    Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

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    4-5 Pavilion Buildings
    Royal Pavillion Gardens

    Historical and contemporary art collection next door to the Pavilion... read more

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    South Downs

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    Lewes Road

    Miles of grassy fields and cliffs that reach a high note in Seven Sisters National Park and hug the South East in a hilly embrace... read more

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    North Laine

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    Church Street
    Trafalgar Street

    The North Laine is Brighton's main shopping drag and full of one-of-a-kind boutiques with attitude... read more

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    Royal Pavilion (The)

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    4/5 Pavilion Buildings

    Brighton's best-known attraction looks like a homegrown Taj Mahal and is decorated in period furnishings. The cafe on the top allows you to have an English Tea while sitting on a balcony overlooking the balconies... read more

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    Lanes (The)

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    East Street

    Walk the old winding streets in Brighton's Lanes and have a look at the jewelry shops and designer boutiques... read more

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    West Pier

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    Kings Road

    The remnants of a once busy pier burned in a tragic fire... read more

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    The Doughnut

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    Kings Road Arches

    Seafront sculpture shaped like a doughnut that marks the entrance to Central Brighton... read more
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