Brighton

Explore: What to Do in Brighton & Hove

Nicknamed London-by-Sea, Brighton hosts a number of attractions from Michelin recognised restaurants, trendy nightclubs, historic museums and world-renowned Lanes. This cosmopolitan seaside city is a beautiful, inclusive place to live for all types of people.

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We’ve put together a helpful guide for those considering a move to the seaside, enjoy!

 Famous Favourites

  1. Brighton Palace Pier

For many, the Brighton Palace Pier is the first thing they think of when Brighton is mentioned. Stretching half a kilometre into the English Channel, Brighton Palace Pier is filled with arcade games, amusement rides, and an array of different sugar-filled snacks.

Since this historic landmark opened in 1899, the pier has hosted 3 million visitors each year and even featured in a number of famous films such as Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd!

  1. The Lanes

The Lanes are a collection of streets filled with independent and high-street shops that sell a variety of items. Whether you’re looking for shiny new jewellery, vintage clothing or you just fancy a spot of window shopping, you will not be disappointed.

These twisting alleyways are filled with history and culture. A must visit for anyone in Brighton!

  1. The Sea Life Centre

Brighton is home to the oldest aquarium in the world, having opened in the 1870s! This fish-filled facility showcases a wide array of marine wildlife and is therefore a favourite for tourists and local residents alike. Brighton has something for everyone, no matter their age!

Hidden Gems

  1. Kemptown Flea Market

This quirky shop hosts an array of the weird and wonderful. Like something out of a Roald Dahl novel, the Kemptown Flea Market sells anything from antique cash registers to fine dining cutlery!

  1. Twisted Lemon

Turn down the yellow alley at the top of Middle Street in the Lanes and there it is – one of Brighton’s best cocktail bars! The Twisted Lemon offers a 9 hour long happy hour from Sunday to Friday on a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails.

  1. The Graffiti Art

Brighton’s artists and business owners have put their heads together and come up with some eye-catching collaborations. The Lanes is like an open-air graffiti art gallery, with weird and wonderful pieces dotted around the place!

  1. Komedia

The Komedia entertainment venue first opened its doors in 1994 and has grown to be one of the landmark arts centres in Brighton! Hosting the likes of Jimmy Carr, Catherine Tate, Sia and Mumford & Sons, having a venue like this on your doorstep is a dream come true.

  1. The South Downs

The thing that sets Brighton apart from other major UK cities is its close proximity to nature. Whether that be the seaside or the country, living in Brighton gives you access to the lot! Devil’s Dyke and Saddlescombe in the South Downs offer a number of refreshing routes for all, regardless of experience. From the casual explorer to the avid rambler, you’ll be able to enjoy all the beauty that the South Downs has to offer!

 

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