Brighton Music Tunnel
Brighton Walk of Fame
The Brighton Walk of Fame is the first ever official walk outside of Hollywood .The cultural attraction is located at the prestigious Brighton Marina where it is displayed in a trail of 100 specially carved plaques bearing the names of stars and personalities from across the historic, creative and sporting spectrum all of which have close connections with the city. The Brighton Walk of Fame has been a resounding success and regarded as a Brighton Institution
see website: The Walk of Fame
The Brighton Music Tunnel
An artistic memorial to a historic Brighton music venue and music artists associated with the city was unveiled by ‘The Who’ front man Roger Daltrey on May 25th 2010. ‘The Who’ were just one of numerous legendary bands who took the stage at ‘The Florida Rooms’, one of Brighton’s hottest music venues back in the 60s once located in the building that is now the Brighton ‘Sea Life Centre’. The 80-foot-pedestrian tunnel linking the Centre to the beach-side of Marine Parade has been given a unique artistic makeover by art students from the University of Brighton featuring music artists past and present closely associated with the city in the form of a mural art
see website: The Brighton Music Tunnel
Map & Directions
The Walk of Fame is located in Brighton Marina Complex.
The Brighton Tunnel of Music is located between Brighton Sea Life Centre and the lower promenade.
Parking & Transport
- Bus stop within walking distance
- Railway station within 5 miles - Brighton Railway Station.
- Secure cycle parking
- Eating Out Within Walking Distance
- Open all year round