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A Prince's Pleasure Palace

A Prince's Pleasure Palace

Photo of the Royal Pavilion taken by Adam Bronkhorst

Discover Edwardian manor life

Discover Edwardian manor life

Photo of children in Edwardian dress running towards Preston Manor

Home of the Bloomsbury Set

Home of the Bloomsbury Set

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  1. Tourism For All

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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

  2. Grange Museum Art Gallery & Tea Garden

    Type:

    Museum

    Rottingdean

    The Grange Museum & Art Gallery is housed in a charming Georgian building in Rottingdean, and is managed on a voluntary basis by The Rottingdean Preservation Society. There are displays with a local connection which change regularly.

  3. Madeira Lift

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    Coastal

    Brighton

    Restored Grade 11 listed Victorian lift.

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    Foredown Water Tower

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    Tower

    Brighton

    Perched on the edge of the Sussex Downs, Foredown Tower is a beautifully converted Edwardian water tower. Housing the largest operational camera obscura in the South East - a unique optical device that is used to observe the surrounding landscape.

  5. Marlborough Pub and Theatre

    Type:

    Live Music Venue

    Brighton

    The Marlborough Theatre work year round producing and supporting queer and LGBTQ performance events throughout the year, supporting and presenting extraordinary performance by pioneering artists.’

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    St Nicholas Parish Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    Church of England. 1st church built in Brighton in 11th Century. Beautiful preserved font and many historical celebrities buried in the church grounds. Full disabled access. grade I Listed building and oldest Church in the city.

  7. The Chattri

    Type:

    Historic Site

    nr Patcham, Brighton

    Located on the Downs above Patcham, The Chattri is a monument dedicated to the Indian Soldiers who died in the First World War. The Site is accessible via a bridleway and forms part of a waymarked 'Chattri & the Windmills' route.

  8. St Peter's Brighton

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    St Peter’s is an Anglican church planted from Holy Trinity Brompton, London, in 2009. We’re building a fun community in one of the most iconic and recognised buildings in the heart of Brighton. Our vision is to see the evangelisation of the nations,...

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    Brighton Dome

    Type:

    Event Venue

    Brighton

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

  10. Brighton Fishing Museum

    Type:

    Museum

    Brighton

    Brighton Fishing Museum has exhibitions including boats and fishing artefacts. There are also visual images including archive and contemporary film and a slide show. There is also an audio presentation of fishing folk talking and singing.

  11. Brighton Unitarian Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    Services Sunday 11am.

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    Brighton Toy and Model Museum

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    Museum

    Brighton

    An Aladdin's cave of toys and models for all ages.

    Historic undercroft arches of Brighton railway station transformed into over 4000 square foot of toys and models including trains, boats, dolls, domestic toys, puppets and planes.

  13. Chapel Royal

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Brighton

    The Chapel Royal was founded in 1794 to cater for the rich and famous, drawn by the circle of the Prince Regent (later George IV). He laid its foundation stone, and attended the opening in 1795. The church hosts a coffee shop on Saturdays.

  14. West Pier Centre

    Type:

    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    BRIGHTON

    The centre sits within the West Pier Piazza. Dedicated to the heritage of the pier, the piazza celebrates its unique place in the city’s history and its iconic status for the residents of Brighton and Hove.

  15. St Michael & All Angels Church, Brighton

    Type:

    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

  16. St Margaret's Church

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Rottingdean

    St Margaret's is a mixture of Saxon, Norman early English, Victorian & modern design & construction. Seven of the beautiful stained glass windows in the tower & the chancel were made by William Morris from designs by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.

  17. Sallis Benney

    Type:

    Theatre

    Brighton & Hove

    The Sallis Benney Theatre is a key venue for exciting live events in the city including theatre, comedy, dance and live music