Brighton Attractions

There are literally so many attractions for visitors in and around Brighton that most residents of Brighton & Hove have not even scratched the surface of the Brighton attractions on offer. In our guide to Brighton attractions we'll cover some of the most popular things to see and do in Brighton & Hove for visitors, we'll also suggest some itineraries for guests depending on the length of your stay in Brighton.

Browse 9 ideas for things to do in Brighton

Brighton Marina

January 27, 2012
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The man-made Brighton Marina is one of the most popular and well-known parts of Brighton. Covering 127 acres, it serves as much more than just a place for boats to dock. Since its inception in the late 1970s, it has gradually been developed into one of the town’s top spots for entertainment and dining. In [...]

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The Brighton Centre

January 27, 2012
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The premier spot in Brighton for major sports, live music and other special events is the Brighton Centre. Since it first opened in 1977, this centrally-located venue has since handled all kinds of occasions, from Bon Jovi concerts to the World Wrestling All-Stars. It’s also helped hundreds of Brits get married in style, not to [...]

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The South Downs

January 26, 2012
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Rambling the nature and historic landscape of the South Downs The iconic chalk hills of the South Downs (Sussex) are one of Britain’s most recognisable natural landscapes, enjoyed by many outdoor lovers who come to this relatively unpopulated corner of southeast England to ramble. There are a number of national nature reserves in this area, [...]

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Brighton Wheel

January 26, 2012
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One of the most noticeable features of the Brighton landscape is the giant Ferris wheel that sits just below the East Cliff, next to the Brighton Pier. Having just been built in October 2011, it’s one of the newest additions to the popular seaside resort town’s existing wealth of attractions. Early names for this giant [...]

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Brighton Bandstand

September 29, 2010
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The newly refurbished ‘Birdcage’ bandstand along Brighton seafront still remains an iconic structure. Built in 1884 of ornate cast iron, it is one of the best examples of a Victorian bandstand in the country. It’s stunning! The Grade II listed bandstand was lovingly restored to its former glory and re-opened to the public in July [...]

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Brighton Pier

September 9, 2010
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Brighton Pier (previously called the Palace Pier) is one of the most popular Brighton attractions and places to visit in Brighton & Hove.

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Brighton Royal Pavilion

September 9, 2010
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The Brighton Royal Pavilion has got to be Brighton’s most iconic attraction (in fact it’s the logo for the city!). Located right in the centre of Brighton in the Old Steine area the Royal Pavilion is an impressive landmark and also serves as a good focal point for anyone trying to get their bearings around [...]

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Brighton Sealife Centre

September 9, 2010
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The Sealife Centre displays over 150 species of fish and marine life including sharks, giant turtles and sting rays. Its most popular feature is the ‘shark walk’, a glass topped underwater tunnel which visitors can walk through and get an underwater view of the sharks and other fish swimming around the enclosure.

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Brighton Beach

September 9, 2010
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Read our in depth guide to Brighton beach – the pier, places to eat, drink, sunbath, get active or take your clothes off, its all here!

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