Kemptown offers a good variation of restaurants and a few shops, but it is particularly good for gay visitors. The club scene in Kemptown cannot to be beat and you'll love some of the antique shops in Kemptown Village further up St. James Street. The whole city of Brighton is extremely tolerant and gay friendly but Kemptown is the undisputed center of the scene.

One much neglected tourist attraction is the amazing Queen's Park just a few blocks off the main drag in Kemptown. This park is beautiful and sometimes holds outdoor events. This park has a large lake and beautiful landscaping.

Most clubs in Kemptown will not charge you for admission and when you stumble out of a club at 3am, you'll be able to quickly and inexpensively hail a cab and catch a glimpse of the beautifully lit pier.


Greys (The)
Thomas Kemp (The)
Sir Charles Napier
Concorde 2
Om Cocktail Lounge & Spirit Loft
Amsterdam (The)
Dover Castle
Dig in the Ribs
Club Revenge
Symposio & La Tapa de Oro
terraces bar, grill & dining room
Three and Ten
Pub With No Name (The)
UGC Cinema
London Unity (The)
Polar East
Cafe Roma
The Queens Arms
Cafe de Paris
Tin Drum
Volks (The)
Marlborough (The)
Marlborough Theatre
Marine Tavern (The)


Jog Shop (The)
Sealife Centre
Brighton Beach
City Sightseeing
Queens Park
Brighton Speed Trials
Penny Lane Gallery
George Street Gallery
Fisherman's Friend Angling Supplies (The)


Marine Tavern (The)
Polar East
Concorde 2
Dig in the Ribs
Symposio & La Tapa de Oro
Cafe de Paris
Kemp Spices
terraces bar, grill & dining room
The Cherry Tree
Amsterdam (The)


Funchal Guest House
Kempton House
blanch house
Genevieve Hotel
Ambassador Hotel
Sheepcote Valley Caravan Club Site
Atlantic Hotel
New Steine Hotel

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