17 August 2017

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From the independent shops of The Lanes, North Laine & London Road to the unique shops of Hove & big-name stores of Churchill Square & Brighton Marina, shopping in Brighton is second to none.

Whether you want to soak up the sun with a spring or summer shopping trip or take the chill out of winter with a heaven sent shopping spree, Brighton offers some of the best shopping on the South Coast at any time of the year.

Source Visit Brighton

North Laine

If you’re looking for great shopping the North Laine offers a unique retail experience. The retro chic shopping area is a bohemian bustle of criss-cross streets in the heart of the cultural quarter of the city. Home to over 300 unique shops in less than half a square mile the Brighton North Laine area boasts the largest selection of independent retailers on the South Coast.

Source Visit Brighton (15 min walking)

The Lanes

If you are looking to put a creative edge into your shopping, The Lanes Brighton offers a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques.

Source Visit Brighton (15 min walking)

London Road & Open Market

Brighton Open Market is proudly situated at a historic site in the heart of the London road community in Brighton.

The market boasts over 45 permanent independent retail units, 12 artists’ studios and an exciting mix of plaza traders.

Showcasing a combination of traditional and contemporary market traders; including cafes, local produce, clothing, toys, art, music, art, live music, workshops, outreach events for the local community and is home to Radio Reverb.

Visit OPEN Market (20 min walking)

Churchill square Shopping centre

A modern shopping centre, it offers the very best in high street shopping with over 80 stores.

Visit Shopping Centre (20 min walking)


If you are new to the area, or haven’t been for a while, you’ll be surprised by the huge variety of choice to make your shopping a breeze.  With a great mix of high street brands next to quirky lifestyle boutiques, there’s a host of surprises waiting for you in the west of the city.  And when your feet need a well earned rest, you’re never far from a cosy cuppa, tasty snack or delicious meal to recharge your batteries.  With loads of funky bars and traditional pubs as well, you’ll be spoilt for choice and quickly realise why so many visitors love Hove.

For more on Hove visit the Hove Town Centre shopping page.

Source Visit Brighton (40 min walking)