Top 10 things to do in Brighton | UK Travel

Top 10 things to do in Brighton | UK Travel

Top 10 things to do in Brighton

From celebrating pride to relaxing on the beach, Brighton is the perfect locations to enjoy away from the city. 

  1. Sunbathe on Brighton Beach
  2. Go up on the Brighton Airway i360
  3. Go shopping in the Lanes
  4. Dig in to some fish and chips
  5. Explore the Brighton Open Market
  6. Play some retro arcade games at Brighton Palace Pier
  7. Watch a performance at the Brighton Dome
  8. Explore the Royal Pavilion
  9. Visit St. Peter’s Church
  10. Treat yourself to Gelato at Boho Gelato

1. Sunbathe on the Beach

Soak up as much of the British Sun as you can at Brighton Beach. This pebbly beach has the perfect view of the sea front. 

2. Go up on the Brighton Airway i360

The Brighton Airway i360 is one of the newer attractions in Brighton that gives you an amazing 360 degree panoramic view of this seafront city. 

Book your tickets on the website prior to your arrival so you can avoid a wait. 

3. Go shopping in the Lanes

The lanes are narrow streets in Brighton full of independent and vintage stores. An wonderful way for you to support some local businesses and work up an appetite.  

4. Tuck into some Fish and Chips 

A trip to Brighton is not the same without having some Fish and Chips by the sea. They have a lot of local stores that have been there for years so I would definitely check them out

5. Explore the Brighton Open Market

6. Play some retro arcade games at Brighton Palace pier

Play some retro games the 200-year-old at the Brighton Palace pier.  You’ll still find penny slot machines, Dance machines and a classic carousel at the pier to enjoy whilst you snack on traditional carnival treats. I love the powdered doughnuts here, they’re always so fresh and steaming hot!

7. Watch a performance at the Brighton Dome

The Brighton Dome has one of the most beautiful interiors and is the perfect location if you’re looking to relax indoors and enjoy performances. 

8. Explore the Royal Pavilion

Built in the early 19th century the Royal Pavilion is one of the most iconic buildings in Brighton. Visitors to the Royal Pavilion can appreciate the unique architecture inside and out and discover the history behind George IV building. 

9. Visit St. Peter’s Church

St. Peters Church is am Anglican Church located in the centre of the city on an island. If you’re strolling through the city I’d make a stop here to admire the beautiful architecture.  

10. Treat yourself to Gelato at Boho Gelato

Treat yourself to some luxury handmade Italian style ice cream at Boho Gelato. If you’re looking for something different from your ice cream definitely check this place out. They have over 500 flavours from clementine to batternberg and there is always something new! 

Bonus – If you visit Brighton in August definitely check out Brighton Pride. You’ll see rainbow flags hung proudly on the streets of Brighton. 

I absolutely love Brighton, there is always something to do or see so hope you enjoyed this. 

Find out more about visiting this fun loving city here – https://www.visitbrighton.com/

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