Activities and Attractions
Tourist Information Tel:0906 711 2255
Royal Pavilion Tel:01273 603005
An exotic 19th century Indian-style building which was commissioned by George IV, the Prince Regent.
Brighton Palace Pier
At 1,722ft long, the pier is widely considered to be the finest ever built and retains several of its original features, including some of the original kiosks and fine filigree metalwork.
The Brighton Wheel Tel:01273 722822
Passengers are treated to panoramic views over Brighton’s famous landmarks and coastline, along with a fascinating commentary on the town’s history and heritage.
is much more than just a mooring spot for local boats. Here, visitors will find an array of shops, restaurants and bars, as well as a casino and multi-screen cinema.
There are numerous museums to choose from, including the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Fishing Museum, Toy and Model Museum and an interesting tour of the Old Police Cells, which describes the history and advancement of policing in the local area.
Preston Manor Tel:03000 290900
A delightful Edwardian manor house which contains a wonderful collection of furniture, ceramics, glass, silver and clocks. Guided tours are available and the house is surrounded by splendid walled gardens.
Volks Electric Railway
runs for approximately one mile along Brighton sea front and is the oldest operating electric railway in the world.
Theatre Royal Tel:01273 328488
Housed in a 200 year old Grade II listed building, the theatre stages a diverse range of productions.
The Dome Complex Tel:01273 709709
The leading arts and entertainment venue in the region often features big showbiz names.
Brighton Centre Tel:01273 202881
A popular venue for music and entertainment.