Hove Museum & Art Gallery
Hove can justifiably claim to be the birthplace of British cinema, with the first short film shot here in 1898. You can see it alongside...
Brighton's wave-shaped marina washes ashore 1.5 miles east of the pier. In addition to brand-name shopping and numerous chain eateries,...
MP3 audioguides are downloadable from the website (£5) or available on a preloaded MP3 player at the tourist office (£6 per half-day).
Duke of Norfolk
Bookshelf-lined boozer with live music and better-than-average pub grub.
Arguably the area’s finest restaurant, this elegant but relaxed eatery in Hove serves ‘new British’ cuisine, with meat, fish and produce...
Lonely Planet review
Seafood from Hastings, Sussex beef, Romney Marsh lamb, local sparkling wines and countless other seasonal, local and British treats go into the adroitly flash-fried and slow-cooked dishes at this snug, 32-cover eatery. Reservations advised.