Brighton Attractions

With Brighton’s legendary seafront staring right back at you and the delights of the town on your doorstep. From land to sea this vibrant, fun and colourful city offers an amazing amount of things to see and do. 

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Cycle Brighton - Bike Hire

We have partnered with Cycle Brighton to make hiring a bike during your stay an easy, fun and green activity to enjoy. Cycling is the perfect way for families, friends and couples to explore the sights and sounds of our wonderful city and beautiful Sussex.  

Cycle Brighton offer a convenient service including delivery of bikes to the hotel and collection following your fun day out.  Cycle Brighton have an extensive choice of modern bikes available for hire for all ages and requirements and all rentals include a lock, helmet, breakdown service and the all important recommended routes guide, free of charge.

Rates start from £15 per bike.

For further information or to book bike hire ahead of your stay, visit www.cyclebrighton.com or our concierge team will be happy to discuss this with you during your visit.

(Please note, that we recommend that you book bike hire 24 hours in advance, for the delivery and collection service to avoid disappointment)

We have partnered with Cycle Brighton to make hiring a bike during your stay an easy, fun and green activity to enjoy. Cycling is the perfect way for families, friends and couples to explore the sights and sounds of our wonderful city and beautiful Sussex.  

Cycle Brighton offer a convenient service including delivery of bikes to the hotel and collection following your fun day out.  Cycle Brighton have an extensive choice of modern bikes available for hire for all ages and requirements and all rentals include a lock, helmet, breakdown service and the all important recommended routes guide, free of charge.

Rates start from £15 per bike.

For further information or to book bike hire ahead of your stay, visit www.cyclebrighton.com or our concierge team will be happy to discuss this with you during your visit.

(Please note, that we recommend that you book bike hire 24 hours in advance, for the delivery and collection service to avoid disappointment)

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Brighton Dome

The Brighton Dome

Once the stables and riding house but now an 1,800 seater venue where touring Opera, Ballet, comedy shows and rock and pop stars hold their shows.

The venue hosts many alternative and original performances as part of the famous Brighton Festival. This has become one of the major milestones in the cultural calendar and the country’s leading and most progressive mixed-arts festival. 

Once the stables and riding house but now an 1,800 seater venue where touring Opera, Ballet, comedy shows and rock and pop stars hold their shows.

The venue hosts many alternative and original performances as part of the famous Brighton Festival. This has become one of the major milestones in the cultural calendar and the country’s leading and most progressive mixed-arts festival. 

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The Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal in Brighton is a historic Grade II listed building and hosts musicals, plays, opera and ballet throughout the year, as well as creative learning events, workshops and courses. One of the oldest theatres in the country, Brighton's Theatre Royal has a history that began over two hundreds years ago in 1806 when The Prince of Wales, George Augustus Frederick who later became Prince Regent and then King (George IV), approved the building of the theatre. It opened the following year on 27th June 1807. The opening performance was for Shakespeare's Hamlet.

The Theatre Royal in Brighton is a historic Grade II listed building and hosts musicals, plays, opera and ballet throughout the year, as well as creative learning events, workshops and courses. One of the oldest theatres in the country, Brighton's Theatre Royal has a history that began over two hundreds years ago in 1806 when The Prince of Wales, George Augustus Frederick who later became Prince Regent and then King (George IV), approved the building of the theatre. It opened the following year on 27th June 1807. The opening performance was for Shakespeare's Hamlet.

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Brighton Pier

The Brighton Wheel

Visit the Brighton Wheel for stunning panoramic views of the city’s famous landmarks and coastline along with a fascinating commentary of Brighton and Hove’s heritage by comedy genius Steve Coogan.

Why not enjoy an extra bit of luxury with the VIP Champagne Experience?

The Brighton Wheel is Open daily from 10am.

Adult tickets start from £8 and children’s tickets from £6.50.

Visit www.brightonwheel.com and receive 10% off when you book online.

Visit the Brighton Wheel for stunning panoramic views of the city’s famous landmarks and coastline along with a fascinating commentary of Brighton and Hove’s heritage by comedy genius Steve Coogan.

Why not enjoy an extra bit of luxury with the VIP Champagne Experience?

The Brighton Wheel is Open daily from 10am.

Adult tickets start from £8 and children’s tickets from £6.50.

Visit www.brightonwheel.com and receive 10% off when you book online.

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Attractions

The Royal Pavilion

An extraordinary and extravagant pleasure palace. Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 and 1823, The Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out. This magnificent royal palace was revered by fashionable Regency society and is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today. The Royal Pavilion is also home to some of the finest collections and examples of the chinoiserie style in Britain.

Multimedia guides in various languages are available and free to all visitors. The Pavilion is open all year round.

Adult ticket prices start from £11 and from Children's tickets start from £6.

Pre book via the Visit Brighton website and recieve 10% off http://www.visitbrighton.com/culture/royal-pavilion-p52803.

An extraordinary and extravagant pleasure palace. Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 and 1823, The Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out. This magnificent royal palace was revered by fashionable Regency society and is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today. The Royal Pavilion is also home to some of the finest collections and examples of the chinoiserie style in Britain.

Multimedia guides in various languages are available and free to all visitors. The Pavilion is open all year round.

Adult ticket prices start from £11 and from Children's tickets start from £6.

Pre book via the Visit Brighton website and recieve 10% off http://www.visitbrighton.com/culture/royal-pavilion-p52803.

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Brighton Pier

Brighton Pier

A visit to the fun-packed Brighton Pier is a must during your time in Brighton. This Victorian pier has a variety of food and drink outlets, fairground attractions and not forgetting the Palace of Fun arcade. You can win a giant cuddly toy on the Hook a Duck and Tin Can Alley. Glide around the Carousel like Mary Poppins, climb to the top of the Helter Skelter to see the Isle of Wight, Brighton pier offers traditional seaside fun for all!

The Pier is open 364 days a year and is closed on Christmas Day.

A visit to the fun-packed Brighton Pier is a must during your time in Brighton. This Victorian pier has a variety of food and drink outlets, fairground attractions and not forgetting the Palace of Fun arcade. You can win a giant cuddly toy on the Hook a Duck and Tin Can Alley. Glide around the Carousel like Mary Poppins, climb to the top of the Helter Skelter to see the Isle of Wight, Brighton pier offers traditional seaside fun for all!

The Pier is open 364 days a year and is closed on Christmas Day.

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Attractions

Brighton Sea Life Centre

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. As well as being able to ride the UK’s first Glass Bottom Boat, have a fascinating Behind the Scenes Tour and join in with the free interactive rockpool experience where you can touch crabs and starfish. Another new feature for 2014 is the Rainforest Adventure! Free talks and feeds are available throughout the day to learn about the creatures and how you can help Sea Life with their conservation efforts.

The Sea Life Centre is open each day from 10am.

Adult ticket price from £17.50.

Please note that The Sea Life Centre is closed in Christmas Day.

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. As well as being able to ride the UK’s first Glass Bottom Boat, have a fascinating Behind the Scenes Tour and join in with the free interactive rockpool experience where you can touch crabs and starfish. Another new feature for 2014 is the Rainforest Adventure! Free talks and feeds are available throughout the day to learn about the creatures and how you can help Sea Life with their conservation efforts.

The Sea Life Centre is open each day from 10am.

Adult ticket price from £17.50.

Please note that The Sea Life Centre is closed in Christmas Day.

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Museum

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

A £10 million redevelopment has transformed Brighton Museum into a state-of-the-art visitor attraction. Dynamic and innovative galleries including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and world art.

In addition to the permanent galleries there is a continuing programme of temporary exhibitions.

The museum also benefits from a spacious entrance located in the Royal Pavilion gardens and has full disabled access. You can also enjoy the museums cafe, museum shop and education facilities.

You can enjoy the facilities all year round from 10am until 5pm.

Please note that the museum is closed on Mondays except public holidays as well as the 24th-26th December and 1st January.

A £10 million redevelopment has transformed Brighton Museum into a state-of-the-art visitor attraction. Dynamic and innovative galleries including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and world art.

In addition to the permanent galleries there is a continuing programme of temporary exhibitions.

The museum also benefits from a spacious entrance located in the Royal Pavilion gardens and has full disabled access. You can also enjoy the museums cafe, museum shop and education facilities.

You can enjoy the facilities all year round from 10am until 5pm.

Please note that the museum is closed on Mondays except public holidays as well as the 24th-26th December and 1st January.

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Grand Brighton

The Lanes

If you're looking to put a creative edge into your shopping the famous Brighton Lanes offer a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques. The Lanes' historic quarter is a fabulous maze of twisting alleyways, twittens and catcreeps offering an extraordinary mix of antiques and jewellery shops nestling alongside specialist contemporary and designer boutique fashion. You'll often find buskers livening up the streets, making the Lanes a great place for the battle worn shopper to grab a coffee and soak up the history to the sounds of some live music.

There is an audio walking tour of the Lanes and the rest of the city which can be used via your iPod or MP3 player. The comprehensive Brighton tour will guide you around & show you highlights of this famous seaside city.

If you're looking to put a creative edge into your shopping the famous Brighton Lanes offer a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques. The Lanes' historic quarter is a fabulous maze of twisting alleyways, twittens and catcreeps offering an extraordinary mix of antiques and jewellery shops nestling alongside specialist contemporary and designer boutique fashion. You'll often find buskers livening up the streets, making the Lanes a great place for the battle worn shopper to grab a coffee and soak up the history to the sounds of some live music.

There is an audio walking tour of the Lanes and the rest of the city which can be used via your iPod or MP3 player. The comprehensive Brighton tour will guide you around & show you highlights of this famous seaside city.

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Watersports

Yellowave Beach Sports

From beach volleyball, beach soccer, footvolley and Ultimate Frisbee, when the sun is shining enjoy some fun activities with friends or colleagues by the water’s front. Take to the sea on a private yacht, try wakeboarding, or hop from pier to pier on the exhilarating powerboats and more. Great fun options for team building, family fun and adrenaline junkies.

There is a free sandy play area for children to play in, south west facing deck and the lovely Barefoot Cafe serving a range of healthy delicious food, fresh smoothies, organic coffee, bottled beer, cider and wine. 

From beach volleyball, beach soccer, footvolley and Ultimate Frisbee, when the sun is shining enjoy some fun activities with friends or colleagues by the water’s front. Take to the sea on a private yacht, try wakeboarding, or hop from pier to pier on the exhilarating powerboats and more. Great fun options for team building, family fun and adrenaline junkies.

There is a free sandy play area for children to play in, south west facing deck and the lovely Barefoot Cafe serving a range of healthy delicious food, fresh smoothies, organic coffee, bottled beer, cider and wine. 

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Attractions

Komedia

In the heart of Brighton's North Lane, enjoy theatre, comedy, cabaret, jazz and world music. Komedia has staged some famous comedians from Jimmy Carr, Ross Noble, Sarah Millican, Alan Carr and John Bishop. Discover the next comedic talent!

In the heart of Brighton's North Lane, enjoy theatre, comedy, cabaret, jazz and world music. Komedia has staged some famous comedians from Jimmy Carr, Ross Noble, Sarah Millican, Alan Carr and John Bishop. Discover the next comedic talent!

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