Fun at the Seaside!
Located on the south coast of England and less than an hour from London by train, Brighton is one of the UK’s most popular destinations! Whilst it has long been known as a seaside resort, there is far more to Brighton than just fish and chips on the beach. It's nightlife is legendary and with many musicians and DJ's calling it home, no matter what time of year, a visit to 'London-on-Sea" will not dissapoint!
Best of Brighton
Brighton Palace Pier is a must-do for any visitor to Brighton! With rides and attractions for the whole family, including fairgrund favourites to the latest gaming innovations. If you're feeling brave, try the Turbo Coaster or the Booster! You also have Brighton Sealife Centre; the i360 where you can take in panoramic views of the stunning coastline; and the Royal Pavilion.
Food and Drink:
While it’s yet to land a Michelin star, Brighton and Hove’s food scene is up there with some of the very best in the UK. From experimental spots serving small plates of deliciousnous with ingredients sourced from local suppliers, to pubs serving the best Sunday roasts with all the trimmings, there is something to suit all tastes ad budgets.
Visitors to Brighton, looking to soak up the local and interntional culture will not be dissapointed! The Brighton Museum & Art Gallery in the Royal Pavilion’s gardens, has Ancient Egyptian mummies, fashion, art, exhibits about Brighton itself and an LGBTQ trail. The Brighton Toy Museum which is a whopping four thousand square feet devoted to toys and models, will keep both big and little kids entertained.
Brighton is something of a nightime paradise with every scene well catered for, including; cutting edge nightclubs, glitzy cocktail joints, tradditional British boozers and raucous live music venues. North Laine is known for its alternative bars, Kemp Town for its world famous gay scene, hove for cosy pubs, and West Steet for stag and hen dos!