Brighton Quaker Meeting House
Church / Chapel
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Friends' Meeting House, set in a lovely garden, stands in the very centre of Brighton. Built in 1805 the Meeting House is a 'Grade 2 star' listed building, the place of worship for the city's Quaker Community. Easily accessible by public transport and near car parking it provides an ideal venue in the heart of the city.
Free guided tour is available with a talk about the history of the Quakers in Brighton.
Meeting rooms also available for up to 170 people.
Map & Directions
From the Old Steine travel up North Street, turn left into Ship Street, Friends Meeting House is approximately 2 minutes walk on the east side of the road.
Public Transport Directions
Brighton Railway Station is within walking distance.Local buses stop nearby.
- Disabled persons toilet
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Induction Loop System
- No dogs (Guide dogs accepted)
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- Wheelchair user accessible
Children & Infants
- Baby changing
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
- Beach / Coast within walking distance
- Conference facilities
- Dogs admitted on a lead - No dogs accept guide dogs
- Event Venue
- Garden / Grounds for visitors use
- Guided tours by arrangement
- LGBT Friendly
- Live Music
- Meeting rooms
- Open all year round
Parking & Transport
- Railway station within walking distance
- In town/city centre
- No Smoking Attraction
Tours and Demonstrations
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
Travel & Trade
- Wi-fi available
ACCESS TO PUBLIC AREAS (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)
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