All the fun of the seaside and the best city attractions, Brighton has it all. Known as ‘London by the sea’ and voted top 10 city beach breaks in the world, tourists have been enjoying its vibrant culture for centuries.
You’ll find plenty of space to relax on the gorgeous pebbled beach. If you’re looking for family fun, head straight to the attractions of Brighton’s iconic pier. When it’s time to eat you’ll be spoilt for choice by seaside treats in the beachfront restaurants, bars and cafés.
What makes Brighton so unique is its culture. Its hipster centre is perfect if you’re looking for alternative entertainment or shopping. The student population makes for some of the best nightlife outside of London and there are bars, restaurants and clubs to suit every taste and budget.
If you’re looking for more traditional fun, from the Royal pleasure palace, Brighton wheel, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery to a night out at the theatre, there’s plenty to enjoy.
We've got some suggestions for you whether you're looking for sports and outdoor activies, entertainment or shopping. For the culture vultures, we've got galleries and museums and historic landmarks - with 2FOR1 offers on many.
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Churchill Square Christmas market
Churchill Square will play host to a German style Christmas market, opening at the end of October. Shoppers can browse 14 beautiful wooden stalls selling a selection of delicious Christmas food and unusual gifts. Fairy lights will illuminate the stalls with thousands of twinkly lights, giving shoppers a magical Christmas experience.
European and local producers will offer everything from fine jewellery, hand knitted hats, bags and scarves. You can even enjoy a mulled wine, freshly prepared crepes or delicious German Bratwurst.
Stretching 534 metres from the shore into the sea, the iconic Pier has been a must-see attraction since 1899.
Children will love traditional fairground favourites like the Dodgems and Carousel. If you’re feeling brave, ride the thrilling ‘Crazy Mouse’ and ‘The Booster.’
Try your luck in the Palace of Fun. The Pier’s amusement arcade packed with all the traditional arcade favourites and latest releases.
The smell of “the best fish and chips in Brighton” and freshly baked doughnuts will tempt those with even the smallest of appetites.
Don’t forget you can get 2FOR1 on Palm Court restaurants cod fillet.
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The Royal Pavilion - 2FOR1
You can explore this luxurious palace built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, between 1787 and 1823. Peek into the lavish interior rooms, one of the best examples of chinoiserie style in the UK. You can even see King George IV’s bed and Queen Victoria’s apartments.
Why not stay for a delicious afternoon tea in the beautiful and restored Pavilion Dining rooms and take a stroll through the relaxing Pavilion Gardens.
SEA LIFE Brighton - 2FOR1
Get close to amazing sea creatures at the world’s oldest operating aquarium.
Experience life under the sea as you walk through a glass tunnel of fish and sharks. Glide over turtles on the glass bottom boat ride.
If you’re feeling brave you can feed the stingrays and touch starfish and crabs in interactive rock pools. Children will love to climb through mangrove roots to face piranhas, dart frogs and the massive Green Anaconda in the Rainforest Adventure.
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