Brighton Pier, Brighton, UK
Brighton's seafront is home to the biggest attraction in the South East. Admission is free. Opened in 1899, this amusement park features fairground rides, bars, restaurants, and deckchairs. Brighton Palace Pier features rides and amusements such as the Wild River, the Horror Hotel and the Crazy Mouse.
Lower Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2LN, UK
The South Coast's highest bar and #BrightonsBestviews. Take a giant glass viewing pod 138 metres above Brighton city and experience 360° of pure joy. There's nothing quite like the Brighton i360 anywhere in the world, whether you're looking for the perfect sunset or some beachside bites. It's been called everything from a giant glass donut on a stick of rock to the world's first vertical cable car, but one thing's for sure - Brighton i360 is a completely unique experience.
4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
The very impressive Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the heart of Brighton close to the seafront, with a colourful history. Built as a seaside holiday palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the distinctive visual style of India and China.
Brighton Square, Brighton BN1 1HD, UK
Once known as Brighthelmstone's hub, The Lanes now feature upmarket restaurants, quaint tearooms, and traditional pubs serving real ale. Among its narrow, twisting alleyways are independent jewellers and tiny, high-end antique shops.