Shopping is a big part of the #NeverNormalBrighton experience, here we introduce you to some of the key shopping areas... 

Photo of the Alice mural within Hanningtons Lane, Brighton

To help get you started here are some tips on where to go:

Hanningtons Lanes 

In the newest part of Brighton's Lanes you can enjoy artwork as well as shopping follow the wavy rainbow lines and look out for the wall murals of Alice in Wonderland and a Big Top. 

Dukes Lane

While you're in The Lanes be sure to take a stroll along the vibrant and colurful Dukes Lane too... 

North Laine

Across the street from The Lanes is the bohemian North Laine - the place for the best vintage finds.

West Pier Arches

Instead of heading straight for the pebbles pop along to the West Pier Arches and explore the fabulous independent shops. 

Brighton Marina

As well as being the top photo spot in the UK Brighton Marina is a great spot for some retail therapy and there's free parking.

Face Masks

Don't forget face masks are now mandatory in all shops but no one said they had to be boring! Our friends at Artists Open Houses have a list of local artists making beautiful face masks so you can be safe & still be stylish. 



Hanningtons Estate
Hannington's Lane

Whatever your interest – art, architecture, food, jewellery, fashion, music – few places deliver like Brighton. The Lanes are located at the historic core of the city and are a huge pull for locals and tourists alike

Dukes Lane
Shopping Centre
Entrance to Dukes Lane

Welcome to Dukes Lane – a hidden gem in the heart of Brighton for those in the know to shop, eat and simply be. This unique retail destination offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Brighton Marina
Local Produce
Brighton Marina boardwalk

So much more than just somewhere to park your boat, now the city's waterfront destination with specialist stores.



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