Attractions

Top Choice Palace in Brighton & Hove

Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is the city’s must-see attraction. The glittering party pad and palace of Prince George, later Prince Regent and then King George IV, it’s one of the most opulent buildings in England, and certain…
Tower in Brighton & Hove

i360 Tower

Brighton’s newest attraction opened in 2016, at the point the now defunct West Pier used to make landfall. The world’s most slender tower is a brutal, 162m-tall column of reinforced steel and concrete rising rudely …
Museum in Brighton & Hove

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 other fascinating films at this attractive Victorian villa. Another highlight …
Museum in Brighton & Hove

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Set in the Royal Pavilion’s renovated stable block, this museum and art gallery has a glittering collection of 20th-century art and design, including a crimson Salvador Dalí sofa modelled on Mae West’s lips. There’s…
Landmark in Brighton & Hove

Brighton Palace Pier

This grand century-old pier is the place to experience Brighton’s tackier side. There are plenty of stomach-churning fairground rides and dingy amusement arcades to keep you entertained, and candy floss and Brighton…
Waterfront in Brighton & Hove

Brighton Marina

Brighton’s wave-shaped marina washes ashore 1.5 miles east of the pier. In addition to brand-name shopping and numerous chain eateries, you’ll also find Brighton’s Hollywood-style Walk of Fame, which dedicates a pav…
Waterfront in Brighton & Hove

West Pier

The historic West Pier, which closed in 1975, began to collapse into the sea in December 2002 and, having since caught fire twice, is just a dark shadow on the water. It’s a sad end for this Victorian marvel, where …