Take an Amazonian Adventure at the city’s Sea Life Centre, where you can experience a living, breathing Amazonian rainforest indoors, as well as exploring hundreds of curious creatures from around the world.
Relax in a restaurant in the famous Artists Quarter, where dozens of artists have gathered for decades to create and sell their work. Brighton Marina, with its boat trips, diving, casinos, cinema and restaurants, the Marina has something to offer every visitor.
Dining & Shopping
The secret ingredient to a perfect daytrip is finding the perfect place to eat, and Brighton doesn’t disappoint. From local cuisine and Michelin-starred restaurants, to quiet traditional cafes, every street offers a great range of choices to suit every budget.
Shopping in Brighton is another great way to spend the day, no matter what the weather. The bohemian North Laine area is home to 300 shops selling quirky, vintage and retro clothes, jewellery and furniture.
Looking for High Street names? Brighton Marina is home to a wealth of familiar stores, as well as unique fashion, craft and gift shops.
Did you know?
George Everest, whose name was given to the Himalayan mountain, is buried in Brighton’s St Andrew’s Churchyard.
More than 3m people visit Brighton Pier every year
Brighton’s Sealife Centre is also the oldest aquarium in the world