The Royal Pavilion:
The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1822 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles.
This delightful old Manor House, dating from 1250, rebuilt in 1738 and added to in 1905, as it powerfully evokes the atmosphere of an Edwardian gentry home both “Upstairs” and “Downstairs”.
Brighton Sea-life Centre
One of the most spectacular underwater tunnels in Europe and experience a completely uninterrupted view of life beneath the waves as stingrays and sensational British sharks glide silently overhead
Mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1085, Bristmestune had become known as Brightthelmstone by the time Henry V111 was fighting Louis X11 in 1554 and by the first part of the 19th century had become fashionably known as Brighton.
Brighton Marina Village
Throughout the year whatever the weather, Brighton Marina has something to offer. With exciting combination of Boutiques, Gift Shops, Restaurants and breathtaking views.
Opened in 1899 and considered to be the finest pier ever built. Caught fire in the summer of 1995 , due to excess demand on electric supply. It was also the victim of a Bomb alert in 1995 & 1996. It has something for children and adults alike with the most up to date games, great rides. Things to throw and to punch.