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The Royal Pavilion

Many cities have their unique architectural icons, but how many can claim to truly embody the physical, cultural and historical heart of that city? From the moment it first emerged from beneath its scaffolding in 1818, John Nash’s extraordinary oriental fantasy, the Royal Pavilion, has been inextricably linked with the identity of Brighton.
, Brighton, 01273 290900 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

The Royal Pavilion

Hove Park Minature Railway

The society was formed from part of Brighton Model Engineers in 1962. The aims of the Society are to encourage the building and operation of miniature steam locomotives as a hobby. The Society owns the 2,000 feet long miniature railway in Hove Park, which it operates in the summer months for the enjoyment of members and public alike.
North End Of Hove Park, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Hove Park Minature Railway

Devil's Dyke

According to legend, the Dyke was dug in chalk by the Devil who so disliked the Sussex piety that he hoped the sea would rush in and submerge the churches of the Weald. He was frightened by a Sussex peasant woman carrying a candle, thought it was the rising sun, and never completed the work. Car-park, pub and restaurant, panoramic views.
Devil's Dyke Road, Brighton, 1273 83 4830 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Devil's Dyke

Brighton Sea Life Centre

Welcome to Brighton Sea Life, with over 150 marine species and 57 displays, you will be hard pressed to find a more enjoyable day out for the whole family. Discover  the encharting world of  the Tropical Reef, journey throught the underwater tunnel and be amazed as giant turtles, sharks and tropical fish gilde above you. .
Marine Parade, Brighton, 01273 604234 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Brighton Sea Life Centre

Brighton Pier

At 1,722 ft long and acknowledged as the finest pier ever built, Brighton Pier (a Grade 2* listed building) now offers all the swagger and style of tradition balanced with the pace and excitement of today.   Many pieces of history remain on the pier including some of the original kiosks, a signal cannon from the Old Chain Pier and filigree ironwork arches that graced the original structure. .
Madeira Drive, Brighton, 01273 609361 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Brighton Pier

Brighton Beach

Hey, it's a a beach, what more do we need to say, well apart from the fact that it's probably the cleanest on the south coast as a hard working team of beach cleaners clear up every night during summer!
Kings Road, Brighton, More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Brighton Beach

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery has been transformed by a £10 million redevelopment.   Objects are displayed in stimulating contexts with a wide range of interpretative techniques, including the latest interactive information technology. The Museum has worked with community groups to broaden access to its collections and services.
Church Street, Brighton, 01273 290900 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

Kipling Gardens

The Kipling Gardens were named after the author and poet Rudyard Kipling who lived in the house attached to the gardens from 1897 until 1902. Although the gardens became derelict and remained so for many years, in 1986 they were formally opened and presented to Brighton Borough Council to be held in trust by the Borough. Visitors can relax in these quiet, peaceful and secluded gardens and enjoy the Rose Garden, the Herb Garden and the Wild Garden (where there are tables for picnickers).
The Greem, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Kipling Gardens

The Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Christopher Littledale, the Museum's Founder and Director has been passionate about toys since he was a young boy. With a father who was a skilled model maker and a mother who was an avid collector of antiques, he began collecting and restoring toys while he was still at school. Over the years, his enthusiasm for collecting combined with his skill at restoring and making toys, resulting in a grand and unique collection of toys.
52/55 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, 1273 74 94 94 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

The Brighton Toy and Model Museum

South Lanes

A pebble's throw from the beach and the Royal Pavilion, you can lazily soak up Brighton's south lanes history. Four hundred year-old fishermen's cottages and flint stone exteriors sit alongside cosy pubs and brick-paved twittens, whilst the spirit of royal, literary and cinematic connections of a bygone age linger in the air.
-, Brighton, 0906 711 2255 More Info | Whats On | Submit Review | Submit Listings

South Lanes

Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina is home to over 1600 yachts; millionaires' gin palaces next to salt stained ketches just back from a world trip. It is a vibrant and diverse destination - with homes, a cinema, bowling complex, shops, bars/pubs and restaurants, many with harbour views. .
West Jetty, Brighton, 01273 819919 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Brighton Marina

Stanmer House

Stanmer House is a magnificent country house set in the midst of Brighton's premier parkland only ten minutes from Brighton centre. Offering a classical historic venue combined with state of the art technology, at Stanmer House nothing is impossible. Built in 1727, Stanmer was once the ancestral home of the Pelham family and the Earls of Chichester; a place frequented by Winston Churchill and Queen Victoria, Stanmer House is reborn having been dormant for well over a decade.
Stanmer Park, Brighton, 01273 680400 More Info | Whats On | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Stanmer House

North Laines

A bohemian bustle of criss-cross streets, Brighton North Laines is the cultural quarter of the city and home to over 300 unique shops in less than half a square mile.   North Laines, Brighton is a real mix of the ethnic, exotic and funky. You'll find anything from 50's kitsch to millennial fashions, muslin from Mesopotamia to furniture from Mexico, drums from Africa to cigars from Cuba.
-, Brighton, 0906 711 2255 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

North Laines

West Blatchington Windmill

The restored mill at West Blatchington is a Grade II* listed building which is well worth a visit. Information panels give details on the history of milling and on the history of the mill. Exhibits include two scale models of Shipley smock mill and Nutley post mill, a Thresher and a Wire Dressing Machine, plus many articles of both milling and agricultural interest.
Holmes Avenue, Brighton, 1273 776017 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

West Blatchington Windmill

Booth Museum of Natural History

Over half a million specimens, natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries are housed in this fascinating museum, including hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings. Plus butterflies, skeletons, a whale and dinosaur bones. Children and families can explore the Museum's collections through a variety of interactive displays in a new 'hands on' gallery.
194 Dyke Road, Brighton, 1273 292777 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Booth Museum of Natural History

Foredown Tower Countryside Centre

Appealing to everyone with an interest in science, nature and the environment, Foredown Tower Countryside Centre offers breathtaking views across the beautiful Sussex Downs, as well as exhibitions, countryside research and scientific data. It is home to one of only two operational camera obscuras in South East England. A camera obscura is an unusual optical device that is used to observe the landscape, sun and sky.
Foredown Road, Brighton, 1273 292092 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Foredown Tower Countryside Centre

Hove Museum & Art Gallery

Hove Museum & Art Gallery has undergone major redevelopment thanks to awards from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Regional Arts Lottery Fund, Brighton and Hove Council, The Headley Trust and The Friends of Hove Museum & Art Gallery. The redevelopment has resulted in a lift being installed, changes of floor level being ramped and improved visitor flow around the first floor of the Museum.
19 New Church Road, Brighton, 01273 290200 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Hove Museum & Art Gallery

Jubilee Square

Jubilee Square is an outdoor venue currently managed by Basement Arts Production, South East. It is surrounded by Jubilee Library, MyHotel, Pizza Express and other restaurants and businesses. .
Jubilee Street, Brighton, 01273 699 733 More Info | Whats On | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Jubilee Square

Preston Manor

Explore more than twenty rooms over four floors, from the servants' quarters, kitchens and butler's pantry in the basement to the attic bedrooms and nursery on the top floor. This delightful old Manor House evokes the atmosphere of an Edwardian gentry house both 'upstairs' and 'downstairs'. Dating from c.
Preston Drove, Brighton, 01273 292770 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Preston Manor

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