Shopping in Kemptown
East of the city centre and stretching as far as Brighton Marina, Kemptown, Brighton is a flamboyant mix of grand seafront crescents, elegant squares, and a bustling High Street shopping area with a lively village feel.
Kemptown has been the main shopping area in this part of Brighton since the late 18th century which is reflected in the many independent businesses still thriving along the bustling thoroughfare.
From long established names to recent gems you’ll find an amazing array of fabulous foods, independent wine shops, second hand stores and chic design shops. You'll also find a number of quirky antique shops lining the streets.
Kemptown is also home to the city’s thriving ‘gay quarter’ so expect to find LGBT orientated shops dotted inbetween the coffee houses, deli bars and specialist shops.
A bohemian, lively air mixed in with an eclectic range of shops makes Brighton Kemptown well worth adding to your shopping map.
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Oh So Swedish make and sell limited editions of handmade arts & crafts created by individuals from all corners of Sweden, inspired by the Nordic nature & traditions, sometimes mixed with influences of the Swedish modern urban society.
Kemptown Trading Post is an eclectic and bohemian market where you can find a large variety of collectibles, antiques and furniture
Merlin & Ellis is a great little shopping destination tucked away on Manchester Street just off of St James's street in lower Kemp Town in Brighton.
The airy shop houses a collection of many fine and unusual things: vintage haberdashery, hand embroidered linens, antique writing and drawing equipment and old and antiquarian books, and a small select collection of vintage clothing.