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INTERESTS & ACTIVITIES

Kiteboarding

Brighton offers a diverse range of attractions for visitors whatever their interests.

Art enthusiasts will appreciate the excellent collections and visiting exhibitions at Brighton and Hove Museums & Art Galleries, both of which will also be of interest to History buffs.

Key attractions

The The Royal Pavilion is an unmissable attraction for anyone visiting Brighton, rich in both history and art.

Although it's been said that Brighton is a Disneyland for adults, there's no shortage of diversions for Kids including the Sea Life Centre, Brighton Toy & Model Museum and of course, all the fun of the Brighton Pier.

For those who love the Outdoors, there are some scenic hikes in the area and – as befits a seaside city – plenty of opportunities to partake in beach and water sports.

Football fans can take advantage of a chance to catch Brighton & Hove Albion playing other premier league football teams at the Amex Stadium.


Public health concerns (up-to-date local info at Visit Brighton) continue to cause disruption and closures in Brighton and because the situation is fast changing we suggest you check the status of any attraction, restaurant, bar or venue shortly before visiting.

Art

History

Kids & Families

Outdoors

Text © Sue King

Image by Martin Thomas