12 Ways to celebrate English Tourism Week
English Tourism Weeks runs from Saturday 25th March - Sunday 2nd April and is a celebration of the vibrancy and quality of England's visitor attractions and tourism experiences. So bag your bags and book a staycation in England's most exciting city by the sea.
Here are 12 ways to celebrate English Tourism Week in Brighton & Hove...
- Head to Brighton Palace Pier at 11am on Saturday 25th March to see the Mayor of Brighton & Hove offiically start English Tourism Week. Then move on to New Road at 2pm for an afternoon of Brighton Fringe fun.
- Pop down to Brighton Marina on the 1st & 2nd April for the Brighton Marina Boat Show - a weekend of boats, exhibitions, entertainment and Marina Life.
- From 1st April visit Sea Life Brighton to see the exciting new Claws installation featuring fascinating shell-dwelling creatures such as the Japanese Spider Crab.
- See three of the city's top attractions and save up to 20% with the Combi-Saver Ticket. The ticket includes entry to the Royal Pavilion, Sea Life Brighton and a British Airways i360 flight. Tickets can be booked through the i360 website.
- Enjoy a night at the theatre to see the hilarious 'state-of-the-nation' comedy Invincible at the Theatre Royal Brighton.
- Literary fans will love the City Reads festival and this year's book of choice is The Handsworth Times by Sharon Duggal.
- Grammy award winner Ne-Yo will be taking over the Brighton Centre featuring tracks from his latest album Non-Fiction.
- Experience where Regency style meets 21st Century living with a visit to 2 Portland Place during the opening weekend of English Tourism Week.
- Beer fans will love the Tap Takeover as 14 breweries will takeover 14 pubs around the city creating the South Coast's largest craft beer festival.
- The English Tourism Week Bus will be on Ship Street from Monday 27th March - Sunday 2nd April. Pop down for entertainemtn and informative workshops.
- Visit The Old Market to see Near Gone featuring powerful performances and a heartfelt story of survival.
- Celebrate seasonal and local food at The Salt Room Supper Club with a sumptuous 5 course menu and fantastic sea views.
To search for more events taking place during English Tourism Week visit our What's On section or for more Things to Do use the search bar above. Don't forget to check out the range of special offers we have available for English Tourism Week too...
Photo details - The colourful image of the Royal Pavilion was taken at Dr Blighty, a Brighton Festival 2016 event.
Credit - VisitBritain / Royal Pavilion / Simon Anderson