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...
- 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.
- Use Brighton as a base to explore the stunning Sussex countryside. The South Downs National Park is just a short bus or bike ride away from the city centre.
- Enjoy a night at the theatre to see the hilarious 'state-of-the-nation' comedy Invincible at the Theatre Royal Brighton.
- The city is a foodie's paradise but if you're not sure where to start then join the Very Independent Brighton Foodie Walking Tour featuring plenty of tasty treats.
- 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.
- Enjoy a crafternoon at Hove Museum wher you can learn skills such as printmaking, toymaking, weaving and claywork.
- English wine is helping to boost tourism so why not see what everyone is talking about and visit a Sussex vineyard.
- 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.
- Really get to know Brighton by booking a Greet with a local resident who will give you the insider's view of the city.
- 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.
Royal Pavilion photo credit - VisitBritain / Royal Pavilion / Simon Anderson