Brighton’s pleasure palace. Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV between 1787 and 1823. With its striking exotic oriental appearance, it is worth just visiting to witness such fantastic architecture and enjoy it’s perfectly preened gardens. For the more curious, take a look inside at its fine collections.
A hub of all things seaside! Rides, attractions, food and drink. Enjoy everything from the traditional Helter Skelter to more modern thrill rides such as Galaxia. Nibble on hot dogs and candy floss while you take in the lights, sights and sounds of Brighton Pier.
A must do when visiting any seaside town is to pop by the beach. Don’t worry about getting sand everywhere either, as Brighton’s beach is pebbly! Grab some tasty fish and chips and soak up the atmosphere, before grabbing a delicious locally made ice cream!
Brighton’s latest and greatest attraction. Its very own big wheel! Only around since 2011, however hop on quick as rumour has it the wheel may be gone after 2016! Twelve minutes with spectacular views, all narrated and explained.
The Picture House
The Duke of Yorks Picture House in Brighton is said to be the oldest cinema still in use in the UK. Watch a classic movie for a perfectly chilled out evening.
Choccy Woccy Doo Dah
As the people of Choccy Woccy Doo Dah says themselves they are ‘an art and design focused chocolaterie based in the bohemian city of Brighton’. They are massive in the world of chocolate even having their own TV show! Just go, stare in awe and drool!
Small, but jam packed full of shops! You’ll find it just off North Street, full of your favourite high street names with a few special ones thrown in like The Logo Shop and Urban Outfitters.
The further you venture up North Laines the quirkier it gets! Look for bargains in Snoopers or a second hand treasure in Paradise. You won’t find a shopping experience like this anywhere else!
Small courtyards and cobbled alleyways host bespoke boutiques and vintage hideaways. A pricier place to shop, but we all deserve a treat right? If that’s not quite in the budget sample a cupcake from one of the cutesy bakeries or a bag of sweets from old fashioned confectioners.
Packed full of bars, with clubs further down towards the seafront. This is where you’ll find the well-known names such as Yates, Walkabout, Weatherspoon’s and Oxygen.
Full to the brim with trendy little bars and characteristic traditional pubs. The Font is definitely worth dropping in for a beverage, and if you fancy some cheesy club classics, head to Casablanca’s!
Under the seafront promenade is where you’ll find Brighton’s best clubs such as Coalition, Digital, Honey and Arc. Great big city feel night spots - but with the opportunity to step out onto the beach at the end of the night! Beautiful!