A Prince's Pleasure Palace

A Prince's Pleasure Palace

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Discover Edwardian manor life

Discover Edwardian manor life

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Home of the Bloomsbury Set

Home of the Bloomsbury Set

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    Jack the Ripper Walk of Terror

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    Event Venue

    Crowhurst Road, BRIGHTON

    Jack the Rippers Walk of Terror is Brighton’s most terrifying attraction. Tremendous attention to detail has this made this attraction uniquely authentic, realistic and incredibly eerie.

  2. Middle Street Synagogue

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    Museums & Galleries

    Brighton

    Brighton’s exquisitely sumptuous, Grade II* listed, Middle Street Synagogue is a sacred jewel. Designed by Lainson in 1874 and one of the most beautiful, last remaining cathedral-synagogues in England. Prepare to be delighted and uplifted

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    Preston Manor

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    Historic House / Palace

    Brighton

    A delightful manor house with the interior of an Edwardian home containing ceramics, furniture, glass, clocks and silver. Servants' quarters and restored kitchen. Garden.

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    Brighton Toy and Model Museum

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    Museum

    Brighton

    Welcome to Brighton Toy and Model Museum - founded in 1991, it is a truly extraordinary attraction full of childhood dreams and memories.

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    Brighton Quaker Meeting House

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    Friends' Meeting House is set in a lovely garden and stands in the very centre of Brighton. Built in 1805 the Meeting House is 'Grade 2 star' listed and the place of worship and witness for the city's Quaker Community.

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    Hove Museum & Art Gallery

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    Museum

    Hove

    Hove Museum is one of the most family friendly and accessible museums in the south east. It also houses one of the finest craft collections in the country.

  7. Palmeira Mansions

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    Historic House / Palace

    Hove

    Take a glimpse back at Victorian life in a house tour which reveals the opulence, taste and lifestyle of a nouveau riche gentleman. This 5-story corner terraced house with its impressive Grade II* listed interior, has miraculously survived.

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    The Painting Pottery Cafe

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    Craft Workshop

    Brighton

    The Painting Pottery Cafe gives you the opportunity to spend an hour or two sharing quality time with children, family or friends in a fun creative environment.

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    Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

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    Museum

    Brighton

    Brighton Museum is a state-of-the-art visitor attraction with dynamic and innovative galleries - including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and fine art.

  10. Brighton Open Air Theatre

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    Theatre

    Hove

    The fifth action packed open-air season at the theatre in Dyke Road Park runs from Wednesday 1st May to Sunday 29th September 2019. With 80 companies showcasing over 140 performances, this is the theatre’s biggest and most diverse season to date,…

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    St Bartholomew's Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    Church of England Service Times: Sunday: Family Mass 9.30am.High Mass 11am. Sat: Low Mass 9.30am. Thurs:School Mass 9.15am (term time only). The Church is famous for its musical tradition. A different Mass setting is sung at the High Mass each Sunday

  12. South East Dance

    Type:

    Arts Centre

    Brighton & Hove

    South East Dance is a Brighton-based arts charity committed to making life better through dance. We challenge perceptions of what dance looks like: how it’s made, who it’s for and what it can achieve. We support dance artists, present bold new and…

  13. West Blatchington Windmill

    Type:

    Windmill

    Hove

    A hexagonal smock mill on top of flint tower and barns dating from the 1820's with the original workings in place. Visitors can discover how grain is made into flour.

  14. Brighton Little Theatre

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    Event Venue

    Brighton

    Brighton Little Theatre is a thriving, leading not-for-profit theatre company who stage at least 10 plays a year in our very own little theatre in Brighton, East Sussex.

  15. St Michael & All Angels Church, Brighton

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    St Michael & All Angels is a Grade 1 listed building. It consists of 2 churches in 1; the first designed by G F Bodley, built in 1861-62 (now the south aisle of the church) and the second completed in 1893-95 to a design by William Burgess

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    Royal Pavilion

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    Historic House / Palace

    Brighton

    Planning on visiting the amazing Royal Pavilion in Brighton?...If so, click here to get the latest Royal Pavilion information direct from the official Brighton tourist information site!

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    St Paul's Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    St Paul's, completed in 1848, is an important example of the Gothic Revival in art and architecture, and of the 19th century Catholic Revival in the Church of England.

  18. British Airways i360

    Type:

    Tower

    Brighton

    Glide up slowly to 450ft to enjoy breathtaking 360° views in our futuristic glass viewing pod, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, creators of the London Eye.