18 June 2020

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Attractions in Brighton & Hove include large scale wonders to the offbeat and downright quirky. There are natural wonders and iconic designs and all easily accessible.

As well as the variety of attractions in Brighton you can also use the city as a base for exploring attractions in Sussex. There are lots pf places to visit.

Source from Visit Brighton.

Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.

Visit Royal Pavilion ( 13 min walking) Tickets from £13.50 per person

Brighton Palace Pier

Is a 1,722ft long Victorian pier, located in the heart of Brighton Beach with a fantastic indoor, four-story, multi-purpose soft play area for children of all ages and a range of hot food, fish and chips restaurants, drink concessions, fairground attractions and two arcades. Source Visit Brighton

For our opinion, the best attraction in Brighton comes during the sunset, large numbers of starlings arrive from as far away as Scandinavia to join their native cousins as they roost for the winter. The flocks, which can swell to as many as 40,000 birds at the peak in December, used to be seen each evening over West Pier as they performed their spellbinding aerial show known as ‘murmuration’. These days they appear only from time to time through the winter months. Source West Pier Trust

Visit Brighton Palace Pier (10 min walking)

Sea Life Brighton

The World’s Oldest Aquarium, which sea creatures do you love the most? Colourful clownfish, magical seahorse or captivating jellyfish? Maybe you simply can’t decide! At SEA LIFE Brighton you can make up your mind and see them all, over 5,000 of them!

Brighton Aquarium was conceived and designed by Eugenius Birch, the architect responsible for the West Pier. Work began in 1869 and the aquarium opened in 1872.

Visit Sea Life Brighton (10 min walking)

British Airways i360

Experience Brighton’s best views by far with British Airways i360, gently glide up to 450ft in the spacious glass viewing pod to enjoy 360* views of Brighton, the South Downs and the stunning coastline. Enjoy spotting many of Brighton’s landmarks, artwork on rooftops, windfarms and the expansive stretch of coast all the way from Seven Sisters cliffs to the Isle of Wight. Source Visit Brighton

Visit British Airways i360 (24 min walking) Tickets from £16.50 per person.

Booth Museum of Natural History

The Booth Museum is all about birds, butterflies, fossils, and bones. Founded as a Victorian collector’s private museum, the Booth Museum displays an A to Z of the natural world – from Ants to Zebras, Azaleas to Zooplankton! Entrance is free.

Visit Booth Museum (15 min walking)