Brighton, England – A Quick Guide On What To See And Do

Brighton, England, is just bursting with things to do! Attractions range from walking on the beautiful beaches of Brighton or joining in some beachfront sports to visiting the Royal Pavilion, the summer home of British royalty for many years.

Brighton is, of course, known for its long, cool, stretch of beaches. As a matter of fact, Brighton Beach has been voted a Top 10 city beach attraction destination in the world! The Brighton Pier is behind the beach so you can jump right out of the water and into one of Brighton’s many beachside clubs when it gets too warm on the beach. Enjoy Brighton’s world famous blue flag beach, take a leisurely stroll along the water, or stop into one of Brighton’s cafes or restaurants for a cool drink or something to eat. You won’t be able to wait for evening when Brighton’s evening venues open for a whirlwind night of clubbing.


Don’t bypass the Royal Pavilion. It is still one of the most dazzling and exotic of all of the UK’s many beautiful buildings. Built between 1815 and 1822 by architect John Nash, it was the summer home of Prince Regent, George IV. You will enjoy historic art and furniture, some of it lent by HM The Queen herself. Don’t miss the Palace tearoom that overlooks the gardens and the Palace Shop is a fun visit for a little shopping.

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Brighton offers many cool, green relaxing places to get away from the hustle bustle of the beach and pier. As a matter of fact, there are 98 parks and gardens in the area. One of them is Kipling Gardens in Rottingdean. Rudyard Kipling lived at The Elms from 1897-1902 where you will find the Kipling Gardens. You can picnic in the garden and check out the herb garden and the croquet lawn.

There are 14,000 acres of countryside in and around Brighton. In fact, the area has been awarded National Park status in recognition of the natural beauty of the South Downs. There are walks and trails, bicycling, all sorts of plants and wildlife – a place of unequaled beauty to be enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.

Those are just some of the places to visit and attractions to see in Brighton. Without doubt it is worth visiting, so be sure to find some time to experience it for yourself.

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