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Plan Your Trip to Brighton: Best of Brighton Tourism

About Brighton
Londoners have been traveing to Brighton for beach getaways ever since the railway arrived here in 1841. The pebbled beach, Brighton Pier's amusement arcade and the Royal Pavilion are the main sights, but you'll also find hundreds of pubs and clubs catering to an energetic crowd.

Essential Brighton

Traveler Spotlight

Seaside Delight: What to See and Do in Brighton

About 1.5 hours away from London, colourful, quirky Brighton is a favourite getaway destination among UK-residents. Here’s my take on the must-visits that this seaside town has to offer.
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  • Brighton Beach
    4,695
    Probably the most popular must-visit attraction in Brighton. Salty ocean air paired with a cold, refreshing dip in the sea—what could be better? P/s if you're looking for something Instagram-worthy, the colourful Brighton Beach huts are a must-see. You'll find them along Hove Lawns.
  • Brighton Palace Pier
    8,802
    Can't say you've visited Brighton until you've done Brighton Palace Pier! Grab an ice-cream and stroll around the vibrant fairground, where you can go on amusement rides and try some arcade games.
  • The Lanes
    6,250
    Stomp around The Lanes for a taste of Brighton's atmosphere and culture. These alleyways will reveal hidden gems like charming boutiques, quaint antique shops, art galleries and more.
  • Royal Pavilion
    8,438
    Once a place of residence to King George IV, the sprawling Royal Pavilion is open today as a museum where you can walk the halls and glimpse into its past splendour.
  • Brighton and Hove Museum
    933
    Small but mighty, the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is bound to spark some interest with its quirky array of exhibits and collections.
  • The Brighton Shellfish & Oyster Bar
    385
    Fresh, delicious seafood doesn't have to be expensive. Indulge in chunky lobster rolls or creamy oysters with a view of the sea. Watch out for greedy seagulls though!
  • The Salt Room Restaurant
    2,745
    Ready to treat yourself? Head to award-winning The Salt Room, which specialises in seafood cooked over coal. They also serve up delicious cocktails and even afternoon tea.
  • Bardsley's
    432
    Yummy seafood aside, don't forget to have some good ole' fish and chips too— Bardsley's is a crowd favourite, where you can get fish and chips fried to golden brown perfection!
  • Volk’s Electric Railway
    609
    Volk's Electric Railway prides itself as the oldest electric railway in the world. Hop on this heritage railway and enjoy the view of the seaside as you ride!
  • Booth Museum of Natural History
    249
    A small, quaint museum filled with interesting taxidermy exhibits. A great place to have a look-see and learn a thing or two about animals!

Brighton Is Great For

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Frequently Asked Questions about Brighton


Some of the most popular restaurants in Brighton include:

Brighton is known for some of its popular attractions, which include:


If you're a more budget-conscious traveler, then you may want to consider traveling to Brighton between December and February, when hotel prices are generally the lowest. Peak hotel prices generally start between June and August.