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A masterpiece of Victorian architecture, based on the 13th century French Gothic style. Designed by J L Pearson, the architect of Truro Cathedral. Please call for service times.
Boxbird specialises in limited edition and original artwork by some of the most exciting contemporary illustrators and printmakers.
An Aladdin's cave of toys and models for all ages.
Historic undercroft arches of Brighton railway station transformed into over 4000 square foot of toys and models including trains, boats, dolls, domestic toys, puppets and planes.
Victorian Pier with fairground attractions and Palace of Fun arcade. There are also various food and drink outlets including Palm Court Fish Restaurant, Victoria’s Bar and Horatio’s Bar
Brighton Fishing Museum has exhibitions including boats and fishing artefacts. There are also visual images including archive and contemporary film and a slide show. There is also an audio presentation of fishing folk talking and singing.
The Bandstand re-opened in the summer of 2009 after major restoration. During August and September Sunday afternoon concerts are held there. The bandstand is also licensed for marriages and civil partnerships
Part of the historic Pavilion Estate, Brighton Dome hosts a packed year round programme of live music, dance, theatre, comedy and family events. Other venues include the Corn Exchange and the Brighton Dome Studio
This fascinating museum houses exhibits that include hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings, insects from butterflies to beetles, a killer whale skeleton and dinosaur bones
Brighton Museum has dynamic and innovative galleries - including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and world art. There is a continuing programme of temporary exhibitions. Also a café, museum shop and education facilities.
The pier which opened in 1866, was England's finest seaside pier and the first to be Grade I listed. Although closed in 1975 and ravaged by the elements, it has survived as a magical and enduring part of seaside England and an essential feature
Brighton & Hove
Bustling Brighton & Hove promenade is perfect for a leisurely stroll where you will could relax on the beach or try one of the activities available. Or why not visit one of the cafes, restaurant and bars
Brighton & Hove area
Learn quick and easy ways to wrap presents, make beautiful bows, create gift baskets & hampers or recycle paper and ribbon at gift wrapping expert Arona Khan’s ‘Have a Go’ creative and crafty workshops.
Fun for all ages and normally for a minimum of two hours, they are great for a girly get...
Original and contemporary art, mainly paintings. Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm
Brighton Racecourse is the fun and friendly seaside racecourse
overlooking the Brighton and Hove, the South Downs and the English
It stages 21 race meetings between April and October.
A 2,000 berth yacht marina with outlet shopping, quayside bars and restaurants, leisure, fishing and sailing, offering something for all the family.
9 hole with second 9 holes on different tees. Private course - green fee players welcome. Visitors welcome, except Weds, Fri and Sun mornings and Sat 8am-10am, please phone in advance.
LTA affilitated Tennis Club. 3 floodlit courts and 1 carpet court. Flexible membership options. Coaching available for all ages and levels. Membership not necessary for coaching.
Widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country Drusillas Park offers an opportunity to get nose to nose with nature with hundreds of exotic animals from monkeys and crocodiles to penguins and meerkats.
We offer gentle cycling and walking holidays in southern England including Windsor, the Cotswolds, the New Forest and throughout Europe.
Bream, Carp,Perch, & Roach are all available to fish at this site overlooked by the stunning skyline of Arundel town.
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