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Things To Do in Brighton & Hove
The city of Brighton & Hove is nestled in between the sea and the countryside providing a wealth of things to do in Brighton & beyond.
From the exotic Royal Pavilion to the new British Airways i360, Brighton has a wealth of attractions to enthral all ages. The Royal Pavilion is a palace like no other with an Indian styled exterior and a Chinese inspired interior. From Regency splendour to 21st Century wonder as British Airways i360 is a feat of modern engineering gliding visitors 450 feet into the air.
A day at the seaside is not complete without a visit to Brighton Pier with its rides and activities as well as plenty of food & drink options and free deckchairs to relax & enjoy the view in. Next door is the Victorian aquarium, Sea Life Brighton where you can learn about the creatures of the deep and watch a shark swimming over your head in the underwater tunnel.
As well as places to visit there are lots of things to do in Brighton from beach sports, both in the water and on land, to bike rides and walking tours. For those that like to get active you can try your hand at sailing, kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding as well as classic beach sports such as volleyball or Frisbee.
Alternatively why not hire a bike and explore the city limits or even on into the beautiful countryside of the South Downs? Walkers are well catered for with themed tours such as Ghost Walks and foodie & history tours.
While there are plenty of things to do in Brighton why not extend your stay and explore Sussex as well? The county is establishing itself as the top wine producer in the UK so visit a vineyard and discover why English Sparkling wine is rivalling Champagne. There are stunning country houses, a fort and lots of animals to visit too!
It doesn’t end when the sun goes down as there are lots of things to do in Brighton to entertain you in the evening. From theatre and comedy to live music and night clubs there will be something to satisfy all night owls!
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