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The Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion

A photo of a group in the Music Room of the Royal Pavilion. Photo credit - Royal Pavilion and Museums

Preston Manor

Preston Manor

A photo of children in Edwardian clothing running towards Preston Manor

British Airways i360

British Airways i360

An artists impression of the i360 pod with a view to the Brighton Palace Pier

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  1. Tourism For All

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    The Painting Pottery Cafe

    Type:

    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.

  2. So Sussex

    Type:

    Sightseeing

    SO SUSSEX, offers outdoor activities which include fishing, cycling and walking trips in rural Sussex, also river expeditions and multi activity days, and all can be combined with home made and locally sourced food cooked over open fire

  3. BrightonWalks

    Type:

    Walking Tour

    Brighton

    Corporate Treasure Hunts, Themed walking tours including Ghost Walk, Legends of the Lanes. Qualified and registered guide, specialising in Brighton.
    Recognised by or member of Tourism South East and VisitLondon. Official Brighton Town Guide.

  4. British Airways i360

    Type:

    Tower

    Brighton

    Take a voyage to the skies and see Sussex as you have never seen it before. Glide up slowly to 450 feet high to enjoy breath-taking 360 degree views of up to 26 miles from the world’s first vertical cable car, designed by the London Eye architects.

  5. Brighton Beach Bikes

    Type:

    Sightseeing

    Brighton

    Brighton Beach Bikes is the only bike hire located right on Brighton Beach. Hiring a bike from us means you can ride the coastal cycle path for miles in either direction without crossing any roads, perfect for all the family. We are next to the...

  6. Tourism For All

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    Only in Brighton

    Type:

    Walking Tour

    Brighton

    Only in Brighton is a vivid, fact-filled and humorous 90-minute guided walk that takes a sideways look at what makes Brighton a place like no other. For the visitor, it is an insider's introduction; for the hardened Brightonian, a revelation!

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    Brighton Centre

    Type:

    Concert Hall

    Brighton

    The Brighton Centre is the largest purpose built events venue on the South Coast.

  8. The American Express Community Stadium

    Type:

    Sports Ground

    Make a Group Ticket booking at Brighton & Hove Albion FC

    The Seagulls are continuing to make live football more accessible for youth teams, community groups, schools, business outings and for special events, by offering the chance to come and...

  9. Ghost Walk of The Lanes

    Type:

    Quirky

    Brighton

    Join actor & master storyteller Rob Marks, as the mysterious Silas, or his fellow ghost walkers, Jasper & Ebenezer, for a 70 minute walk around Brighton’s famous Lanes.

  10. Tourism For All

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    The Llama Park

    Type:

    Animal Collection / Zoo

    Forest Row

    The Llama Park, in the beautiful Ashdown Forest, is home to llamas, alpacas & a small herd of reindeer and donkeys. There is also a Farm Trail, picnic area, museum, coffee shop & gift shop.

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    Preston Manor

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Brighton

    Entertain your guests in the splendid style of a bygone age.

    This delightful old manor house is a beautifully presented Edwardian home, furnished with a notable collection of furniture, pictures and memorabilia.

  12. Tourism For All

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    Hove Museum & Art Gallery

    Type:

    Museum

    Hove

    Hove Museum & Art Gallery has undergone major redevelopment. The Museum's key permanent collections of toys, film, local history, painting, and contemporary craft have been re-displayed. A new lift has been installed to improve visitor access.

  13. Tourism For All

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    Theatre Royal Brighton

    Type:

    Theatre

    Brighton

    The historic Theatre Royal Brighton is situated in the heart of the North Laine area of Brighton. The West End venue by the sea plays host to stars of stage and screen in a variety of productions.

    Backstage tours - £5.50 per person.

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    Charleston

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Near Lewes

    Today, Charleston is a thriving House museum and Garden, supported by a range of creative workshops and events, including the two internationally recognised Charleston Festival and the Small Wonder Short Story Festival.

  15. Tourism For All

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    Sea Life Brighton

    Type:

    Aquarium

    Brighton

    Discover a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of amazing creatures. Every step will reveal something new, from a face to face encounter with sharks to a hands-on rockpool experience.

  16. Brighton Marina

    Type:

    Marina / Harbour

    Brighton

    A 2,000 berth yacht marina with outlet shopping, quayside bars and restaurants, leisure, fishing and sailing, offering something for all the family.

  17. Pedal Dogs

    Type:

    Road Cycling

    Brighton

    'Group Cycle' is the new way to see the city - Pedal Power your way through the streets of Brighton whilst enjoying the party experience on board.

  18. Brighton Food Tours

    Type:

    Walking Tour

    Brighton & Hove

    Experience a different flavour of our quirky and spirited city on this foodie walking tour of Brighton for both visitors and locals. Discover the taste of real independent Brighton beyond just the pier, pavilion and the pebble beach.

  19. Tourism For All

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    Volk's Electric Railway

    Type:

    Railway

    Brighton

    Volk’s Railway was built in 1883 and is Britain’s oldest electric railway. It runs for 1¼ miles along the top of the beach from the Aquarium Station to the Marina. The railway is open from April until the end of September

  20. Tourism For All

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    Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

    Type:

    Museum

    Brighton

    Brighton Museum & Art Gallery offer a great day out in Brighton for groups.

    Situated adjacent to the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery was transformed by a £10 million redevelopment.

    Its dynamic and innovative galleries house...