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A Prince's Pleasure Palace

A Prince's Pleasure Palace

Photo of the Royal Pavilion taken by Adam Bronkhorst

Discover Edwardian manor life

Discover Edwardian manor life

Photo of children in Edwardian dress running towards Preston Manor

Home of the Bloomsbury Set

Home of the Bloomsbury Set

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  1. ONCA Gallery

    Type:

    Gallery

    Brighton

    One Network for Conservation and the Arts. ONCA is a contemporary, non-profit art gallery that runs exhibitions raising awareness for the changing planet. Open: Tues - Fri 12 - 7pm, Sat - Sun 11am - 6pm.

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    Brighton Dome

    Type:

    Event Venue

    Brighton

    The south coast's premier multi-arts venue and conference venue at the cultural heart of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate.

  3. British Airways i360

    Type:

    Tower

    Brighton

    Take a voyage to the skies and see Sussex as you have never seen it before. Glide up slowly to 450 feet high to enjoy breath-taking 360 degree views of up to 26 miles from the world’s first vertical cable car, designed by the London Eye architects.

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    Brighton Quaker Meeting House

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    Friends' Meeting House is set in a lovely garden and stands in the very centre of Brighton. Built in 1805 the Meeting House is 'Grade 2 star' listed and the place of worship and witness for the city's Quaker Community.

  5. Jeremy Sanders

    Type:

    Gallery

    Brighton

    Exhibiting at any one time is a wide variety of his own work painted in situ, from his Cuba Cars and Mediterranean scenes to more specific Brighton originals .

  6. The Albion Museum, Brighton & Hove Albion FC

    Type:

    Museum

    Brighton

    The Albion Museum tells the story of Sussex-based Brighton & Hove Albion from the fans’ perspective. It is a museum of the Albion supporter for all football fans. Learn the Albion story at the American Express Community Stadium.

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    Newhaven Fort

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    Castle / Fort

    Newhaven

    An award-winning attraction and a fine example of an English fortification, Newhaven Fort offers the perfect family day out. Open from March to October a visit to Newhaven Fort is enough to fire any imagination!

  8. Palmeira Mansions

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Hove

    Take a glimpse back at Victorian life in a house tour which reveals the opulence, taste and lifestyle of a nouveau riche gentleman. This 5-story corner terraced house with its impressive Grade II* listed interior, has miraculously survived.

  9. Marlborough Pub and Theatre

    Type:

    Live Music Venue

    Brighton

    The Marlborough Theatre is located in one of the city’s oldest public houses dating back to 1794. The 60-seater theatre, with proscenium-arch stage is home to a variety of performances throughout the year including theatre, comedy and music.

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    Fabrica

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    Gallery

    Brighton

    Fabrica is housed in a former Regency church in the centre of Brighton. We often commission artists to make new work specific to the gallery space and we run a full range of activities to support our exhibition programme.

  11. The Chattri

    Type:

    Historic Site

    nr Patcham, Brighton

    Located on the Downs above Patcham, The Chattri is a monument dedicated to the Indian Soldiers who died in the First World War. The Site is accessible via a bridleway and forms part of a waymarked 'Chattri & the Windmills' route.

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    Hove Museum & Art Gallery

    Type:

    Museum

    Hove

    Hove Museum is one of the most family friendly and accessible museums in the south east. It also houses one of the finest craft collections in the country.

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    Booth Museum of Natural History

    Type:

    Museum

    Brighton

    This fascinating museum houses exhibits that include hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings, insects from butterflies to beetles, a killer whale skeleton and dinosaur bones

  14. Saltdean Lido

    Type:

    Historic Site

    Brighton

    The Saltdean Lido was opened in 1938 and is a Grade ll*listed building. It was open and used by the local community for many years.

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    Charleston

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Near Lewes

    From 1916 the home of Bloomsbury artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. The house was transformed by the artists who painted walls and furniture, and filled rooms with textiles, ceramics, and works of art from their collection.

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    Preston Manor

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Brighton

    A delightful manor house with the interior of an Edwardian home containing ceramics, furniture, glass, clocks and silver. Servants' quarters and restored kitchen. Garden.

  17. Chapel Royal

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    The Chapel Royal was founded in 1794 to cater for the rich and famous, drawn by the circle of the Prince Regent (later George IV). He laid its foundation stone, and attended the opening in 1795. The church hosts a coffee shop on Saturdays.

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    Royal Pavilion

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Brighton

    The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1822 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles.

  19. Brighton Fishing Museum

    Type:

    Museum

    Brighton

    Brighton Fishing Museum has exhibitions including boats and fishing artefacts. There are also visual images including archive and contemporary film and a slide show. There is also an audio presentation of fishing folk talking and singing.

  20. West Blatchington Windmill

    Type:

    Windmill

    Hove

    A hexagonal smock mill on top of flint tower and barns dating from the 1820's with the original workings in place. Visitors can discover how grain is made into flour.