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Brighton Attractions

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Royal Pavilion 4.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #1 of 25
The Royal Pavilion is a stunning and incredible site for a wedding. It's on my shortlist of dream wedding spots! The Red Drawing Room is where the wedding would be held; it's not open to the general public. It would have to be an intimate ... [more ]
Palace Pier 4.0 stars
Harbour - #2 of 25
The Palace Pier is the only operational/open pier on Brighton beach. At Christmas, there is a decorated and lighted Christmas tree at the entrance. As you approach the pier, you will see a number of kiosks selling funfair food. I'm always ... [more ]
Brighton Beach 4.0 stars
Beach - #3 of 25
There is all kinds of things going on here. There is a spot designated solely for nude bathing. Up on the Brighton Pier is a bunch of arcades and some shopping. For a real shopping experience, go to the North Laine, or the Lanes where you can ... [more ]
Sainsburys 4.0 stars
Shopping - #4 of 25
There is a Starbucks store attached to the Sainsburys on Lewes Road. It is like a regular Starbucks cafe - you can buy Starbucks coffee in bags, mugs, etc. There is a little counter with the snacks and cakes and stuff. The staff are nice and ... [more ]
Asda 4.0 stars
Shopping - #5 of 25
The Asda Superstore at the Marina is most easily accessed by the number 7 bus. If you're driving, there is a car park nearby. The Asda has the typical stuff. As you enter there is a section for clothes and shoes and jewellery. The rest of the ... [more ]
Devils Dyke 4.0 stars
Natural Monument and Landmark - #6 of 25
Devil's Dyke is about 45 minutes by bus outside of Brighton. Buses run regularly from Brighton on the hour during the summer and on Sundays during the off-season (last time I checked). During the summer you can sit on the top of an open-top ... [more ]
The Lanes 5.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #7 of 25
The Lanes is a twisting, turning collection of cobbled, pedestrian streets between North Street and King's Road. This is one of the older and more historic parts of Brighton, though I must admit I don’t know much about the history of the area. I ... [more ]
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #8 of 25
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is a great little museum near the Brighton Pavilion. Entrance is free, which is fantastic. The gift shop is right inside the entrance, and it actually has some nice stuff instead of just the cheap, touristy junk that ... [more ]
Topshop 5.0 stars
Shopping - #9 of 25
Topshop is one of my favorite stores! It has the funnest clothes at a decent price. There is a mix of casual basics and super-trendy items. Kate Moss did a line for Topshop. The clothes seemed aimed at the student/20 somethings market. It’s ... [more ]
Lavender Room 5.0 stars
Shopping - #10 of 25
The Lavender Room shop is on Bond Street in the heart of the North Laines. It is one of my favourite shops on that street because of its atmosphere and beautiful merchandise. It sells lovely and very feminine gifts, jewellery, clothes and ... [more ]
Evolution 5.0 stars
Shopping - #11 of 25
Evolution is a store in the North Laines that feels like Brighton in a way. It is a collection of bohemian and classic home furnishings. They have a half wall devoted to candles. I like the selection they have because they have little candles ... [more ]
Brighton Marina 4.0 stars
Cape, Lighthouse - #12 of 25
The Brighton Marina is one of the largest in England. I personally never went out on a boat, but there are plenty of boats docked there and boats available for charter. The Marina is 2 miles away from the Palace Pier. It’s accessible on foot ... [more ]
Theatre Royal 4.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #13 of 25
Theatre Royal in Brighton is a great little theatre. It’s on the same street as the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. It features a number of different shows, all of good quality and a variety of shows so there’s something for everyone at some ... [more ]
Duke of York 4.0 stars
Cinema - #14 of 25
The Duke of York’s is a delightful, indie cinema in the heart of Brighton, in the Preston Circus neighborhood. It's easy to spot as there is a pair of "can-can girl" legs in black and white stockings on the top of the building. It's an ... [more ]
Sainsburys 4.0 stars
Shopping - #15 of 25
Sainsburys is one of England's sort of middle of the road grocery stores. The store on New England Street is right off of London Road. There are loads of buses that stop by the area, including: 5, 5a, 5b, 21, 21b, 22, 37, 55, 56, 81, 81a, 81b, ... [more ]
Churchill Square 4.0 stars
Shopping - #16 of 25
Churchill Square is one of the main shopping centres in Brighton. It’s a more traditionally American style mall. It has two different levels of shops, with a variety of stores. The third level is a food court with McDonald’s, Quizno’s, and ... [more ]
Surf and Ski Sports 4.0 stars
Shopping - #17 of 25
Surf and Ski Sports in Brighton is a locally owned and operated ski, snowboard and outdoor gear shop in the North Laines. It has been in busy for around 20 years and the staff are all very knowledgeable about the products. They are all outdoor ... [more ]
Volks Railway 4.0 stars
Train Station - #18 of 25
I do like quaint train rides and one of the smallest gauge railways happens to be the Volks railway which runs along Brighton’s seafront from the lower promenade on Madera Drive to the Brighton Marina complex.. The Volks railway was in fact the ... [more ]
Pool Valley Coach Station 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #19 of 25
Pool Valley Coach Station is the bus station for most of the buses that leave Brighton for London and other places. It’s located in a bit of a random place and can be tricky to find. It’s off the Old Steine. Pool Valley road curves around and ... [more ]
London Road train station 4.0 stars
Train Station - #20 of 25
The London Road train station is not actually on London Road, but a few blocks off of London Road. It’s a bit of a challenge to find the first few times (or at least it was for me), but people will usually help you find your way. You can buy ... [more ]
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