Jurys Inn Brighton
Jurys Inn Brighton Hotel,
101 Stroudley Road,
Brighton, BN1 4DJ
Tel:+44 1273 862 121
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Best Bar: Located in Brighton’s boutique quarter, Madame Geisha’s hosts a tea house, restaurant, late bar and lounge and private karaoke in a very unique setting.
Best Restaurant: Fishy Fishy Seafood Brasserie (36 East Street) offers diners a relaxed atmosphere with fresh, local produce on the menu.
Best Shopping: Famous for their decadent and extravagant chocolates and cakes, Choccywoccydoodah will make every chocolate lover’s trip to Brighton.
Best Kept Secret: Devil’s Dyke is the largest chalkland dry combe in Britain. Here you will find the best views of the city and out to the sea.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
Dynamic and innovative, the new galleries at the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery provide access to the Museum's nationally and locally important collections. For more details visit the museums website.
The spectacular seaside palace which was home to three British Monarchs is one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles. 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1EE
Kipling Gardens, Rottingdean
Named after the village's most famous resident, "Jungle Book" writer Rudyard Kipling, one can escape to these tranquil gardens which include a Rose Garden, Herb Garden and Wild Garden.
Booth Museum of Natural History
Over half a million specimens, natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries are housed in this museum, which includes hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings. Butterflies, skeletons, a whale and dinosaur bones are also a feature.
Admission is Free | Address: 194 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5AA
St Paul's Church
Constructed in 1846-48 in Gothic Style, this is one of the most impressive Victorian Churches in Brighton.
Address: West Street, Brighton, BN2 2RE
Brighton Sea Life Centre
Combining the splendour of rich Victorian architecture and with over 150 species and 57 displays a visit here will be enjoyed by the whole family. Featuring one of the longest underwater tunnels in England, watch in amazement as giant turtles and sharks glide above you.
Open year round except on Christmas Day. | Address: Marine Parade, Brighton, West Sussex BN2 1TB
Explore more than twenty rooms over four floors in this delightful old Manor House dating from 1250. Adjacent to Preston Park and the 13th-century parish church of St Peter, the Manor also comprises walled gardens and a fascinating pets' cemetery.
Address: Preston Drove, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 6SD
Brighton Toy and Model Museum
The Museum is an Aladdin's cave of the finest toys and models, situated under Brighton Station. The museum specialises in the collection of model trains dating from the 1860s to the present day. The museum also houses mechanical toys and models; dolls house furniture, puppets and theatres, social, educational and domestic artefacts, which date from the 1790s.
Address: 52/55 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4EB
Britain's oldest electric railway built in 1883, running for one and a quarter miles along the top of the beach from the Aquarium Station near Brighton Pier to the Marina. Trains are every 15 minutes. Cafe and toilets opposite.
Address: 285 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1EN
In the heart of Brighton's historic lanes, this is a new style of gallery selling the very best works from Europe’s leading publisher, Washington Green. Ambience Gallery opened in April 2006 at 38 Meeting House Lane, with an emphasis on offering new and exciting art to the people of Brighton and Hove.
Brighton Fishing Museum
The seafront museum depicts history of the fishing industry and Brighton seaside. Opening hours: Every day, 9am-6pm from Easter to November, then 10am-5pm Free Admission | Address: Arch 201 (on beach below Old Ship Hotel), Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1NB
Brighton's famous pier includes an array of amusements including an arcade, fun fair with exhilarating rides Super Booster and the Booster, bars, takeaways and a restaurant. This iconic attraction is guaranteed fun for all ages and is not to be missed! Address: Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1TW
Brighton Holiday Guide
The Brighton Holiday Guide offers all the information you need to enjoy your stay in Brighton. From travel tips to attractions, you'll be able to pack in as much into your trip. http://www.brighton-holiday-guide.info/
The area occupied by the original fishing village in Brighton has become The Lanes are a collection of narrow alleyways now filled with a mixture of antique shops, restaurants, bistros and pubs.
Stroll along the seaside, step out on the pier, try your hand at the many amusements or sit back in one of the restaurants and enjoy the seaside atmosphere.