Top 10 Things To Do For Free
If you're looking for ideas to entertain the family but don't want to spend a fortune; there are many things to do for FREE in Brighton & Hove making it easy to have more fun for less...
- Brighton Pier - Enjoy a sunset stroll along this Victorian pier - one of the most famous landmarks of the South Coast – whilst lapping up the vibrant surrounding beachscape and stunning coastal vistas.
- Brighton Beach - If you do like to be beside the seaside, head to Brighton seafront with its famous pebble beach. Paddle, swim or simply relax and soak up the cosmopolitan vibe of the promenade.
- Brighton Marina - This stunning waterfront destination features a working harbour where you can admire boats of all shapes and sizes. Play on the free ping pong tables and the giant New York-style chess boards.
- The South Downs - Unearth the natural beauty of the South Downs National Park, where you can admire the white cliffs of the Seven Sisters, walk the South Downs Way, or enjoy a picnic on Devil’s Dyke. Highlights include the Chattri War Memorial and the Jack and Jill Windmills.
- Booth Museum - It’s all about birds, butterflies and bones at this Victorian collector’s museum, where natural history comes back to life through interactive displays and hands-on activities.
- Stanmer Park - With its rich backdrop of plants, woodland and wildlife, Stanmer Park is the perfect location for a summer stroll, picnic or play. The parkland is also home to the historic Stanmer House and knapped flint Stanmer Church.
- Pavilion Gardens - The picturesque Regency gardens of the Royal Pavilion feature a dazzling array of shrubs, flowers and trees. Sit back and soak up the sun, and live band music most Monday afternoons.
- Brighton Fishing Museum - Take a journey into Brighton’s fishy past and the rich history of its town and community, with hundreds of photographs, film, and artefacts, including a traditional Sussex fishing boat.
- Hove Museum & Art Gallery - This family friendly and accessible museum includes galleries depicting Hove's role in the birth of cinema as well as the nostalgic Wizard's Attic with toys from yesteryear.
- Paddling Pools - There are four paddling pools across the city, the main one is on the seafront by the old West Pier. The pools are free to use and open from late May to early September. A great way to cool down in the hot summer months!
Check out our Things to Do in Brighton pages for more top ideas of what to do during a Brighton break.