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Brighton

TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City
Brighton puts a hedonistic twist to the British classics of architecture, history, museums and galleries and creates a peerless experience. Watch 400 years of history unfold with the Royal Pavilion with its blend of Indian architecture and Chinese interiors, the Booth Museum of Natural History, the Brighton Dome, the Old Police Cells Museum, St Bartholomew’s Church, and more. On the backdrop lies the Brighton Wheel and beachfront sports galore. Then there is the music and legendary nightlife of the city. Live music being a way of life, you can sway away to the tunes of world class DJs and otherwise have nights of jazz, soul, techno, indie, funk, gay, house, salsa, etc. Add in the summer festivals and quirky shops and you’ll never get over Brighton. Enjoy the colourful and exciting vibe of this lovely city with a rich heritage and modern lifestyle.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Pier

Brighton Pier

The Brighton Pier, officially called the Brighton Marine Palace and Pier opened in 1899 as a pleasure pier. It was originally used as a landing point for passenger ships from Dieppe, France. The highlight is watching the pier in the evening as it gets illuminated with 67,000 light bulbs, a majority of which have been converted into energy saving bulbs. It is now a favourite area for families, with its numerous thrill-based and traditional rides such as the Turbo Coaster, Booster, Wild River, the Carousel, Dodgem cars, and trampolines to enjoy.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Bolney Wine Estate

Bolney Wine Estate

Visit the state-of-the-art Bolney Wine Estate, which was founded in 1972 known then as the Bookers Vineyard. Spread over a sprawling area of 39 acres, it specialises in producing top-notch red wines, although it also makes a few white wines in the traditional manner. In addition to the Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay, the vineyards also produce world-class rosé and sparkling English wines. At the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2012, it was awarded the UK Wine Producer of the Year. Choose between a Merlot or a Reisling and enjoy it while you take a tour of the vineyard.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Booth Museum of Natural History

Booth Museum of Natural History

This was founded by naturalist Edward Thomas Booth in 1874 for the sole purpose of housing his large collection of 300 showcases full of stuffed British birds. The museum earned the status of natural history and was called the Booth Museum of Natural History in 1971. It is now home to an enormous collection of 525,000 insects, 50,000 minerals, 30,000 plants and 5,000 slides. Frequent exhibitions and school activities are held here. Visit this museum, especially if you love birds, mammals and animals and to see hundreds of British birds, a killer whale skeleton and dinosaur bones.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Cycle around Brighton

Cycle around Brighton

Cycling in Brighton is a hugely admired and sought-after activity. In fact, between 2001 and 2011, there was quite a considerable increase in the number of locals cycling to work. The city is so well laid out that they say you don’t need the assistance of a map to guide you along the way. Cycle along the specially designated paths and explore the city on your own. Admire the picturesque and beautiful sights of the city such as the sea face, the Brighton Wheel, the Brighton Pier, and the Royal Pavilion.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome

You can’t miss the bright blue imposing and bulbous Brighton Dome, which is the city’s and the south-coast’s multi-arts conference venue. It started out more than 200 years ago in 1808 as The Royal Stables and Riding House by King George IV and today it is a place where art come alive and inspires creativity in people. More than 600 events are showcased here annually encompassing a huge range of activities such as dance, theatre, music, comedy, and literature.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina

Take a walk along the bustling and enigmatic Brighton Marina and come to terms with the fact that there is never a dull moment here. Go bowling at the 26-lane bowling alley, watch a movie at the 8-screen movie theatre, try your luck at the casino, pump some iron at the fitness club or grab a bite at the several gourmet restaurants and cafés dotting the entire waterfront. Shop at the specialist fashion stores, book shops, home furnishing stores and buy some souvenirs to take back home.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Racecourse

Brighton Racecourse

Listen to the thundering of hooves and cheer for your prized horse at the Brighton Racecourse located to the northeast of the centre of of the city. Although racing has been taking place here since 1713, the Duke of Cumberland held the first ever public racing here in 1783. It was home to superior quality racing and was attended by the who’s who of the fashion world, but fell out of favour once the Prince and his friends stopped attending. Today, it plays host to ordinary races and is the smallest of the lot in terms of the prize money and quality of racing.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Relive your second childhood when you step into the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, which was founded in 1991. The Museum houses more than 10,000 toys and models in its archives and extends over 4,000 sq ft in area. The toys on display are sourced from as early as the mid-18th century to the first half of the 20th century. Don’t miss the priceless collection of model trains from the 1930s, which the authentic side track accessories. Originally a railway station, a visit to this unique toy museum is a must.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Wheel

Brighton Wheel

Also known as the Brighton O or the Wheel of Excellence, the Brighton Wheel is situated on the Brighton seafront and is a mobile Ferris wheel that was installed in 2011. It stands tall at a height of 148 ft and has a total of 35 gondolas, which can each carry a total of six adults and two children. Soar into the sky and get a stunning view of the beautiful city.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Court Garden Vineyard and Winery

Court Garden Vineyard and Winery

The Court Garden Vineyard & Winery is set among some of the most beautiful sloping plains in the backdrop of the South Downs. A family-run establishment, their passion for grape-growing and vinification has been duly rewarded with many national and international awards. Undertake a tour of this exquisite vineyard and learn about the different varieties of grapes grown here. Have the privilege to savour a few samples of wine while you are at it.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Grosvenor G Casino

Grosvenor G Casino

Besides being a casino, the Grosvenor G Casino is also the perfect day and night leisure destination with restaurants, bars, sports, entertainment lounges, and much more to explore. Try your luck and see if you can be the high roller of the night when you experience live gaming with Roulette, Electronic Roulette, Blackjack and 3-Card Poker. Once you’re done playing, you might fancy indulging your taste buds for the mouth-watering dishes at The Gallery restaurant. This is the place to be for an ultimate gaming and entertainment experience.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Komedia

Komedia

It’s as the name suggests—Komedia is the foremost when it comes to live entertainment in Brighton. They have an annual line-up of 700 shows pertaining to comedy, cabaret, music, and also features shows for kids. You can even pick up a snack or a meal and eat while you enjoy the show. They have been the 12-time winner of the Chortle Comedy Award for Best Venue in the South. This is a vital area when it comes to music as well. Laugh till your jaw hurts and your stomach aches at the comedy shows here and have a gala time.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City SEA LIFE Centre

SEA LIFE Centre

Get transported in a magical world when you step into the SEA LIFE Centre. Marvel at the original Victorian architecture and get up, close and personal with more than 5,000 sea creatures that are housed here. It is the oldest operating aquarium in the world and is located along the Brighton Pier, providing a fascinating experience on what goes on below the sea. Meet Herman, the Pig Nosed Turtle who is the only one existing of his species, watch Dotty the Zebra Shark swimming around who has stripes that develop into spots during adulthood, and many more amazing creatures.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Old Police Cells Museum

Old Police Cells Museum

Established in 2005, this museum witnessed a footfall of 730 visitors in its first year of inception. After this further display material and artefacts were continuously added to its collection. This paraphernalia takes you through the history of the Sussex police from 1830 till present day. This was the very place where Chief Constable Henry Solomon was unfortunately murdered while interrogating a suspect in 1844. The police force here was also the very first in the world to use personal radios in their everyday operations.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City St Bartholomews Church

St Bartholomews Church

Built in the Neo-Gothic style of architecture and opened in 1874, the St Bartholomew’s Church has a large seating area for 1,500 worshippers. Dedicated to St Bartholomew, the church is well noted for its characteristic red-brick exterior. It is said to be the tallest church in England standing at a towering height of 135 ft and can be seen from most parts of the city. Today it is an ideal location for hosting classical and other music concerts.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Hove Cricket Ground

Hove Cricket Ground

Established in 1872, the Hove Cricket Ground, also known as the County Cricket Ground and the BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground is the home ground of the Sussex Country Cricket Club.. It can seat up to a maximum of 7,000 spectators and is one of the few county grounds that still have deckchairs for game watching in the club colours of blue and white. It was the first cricket ground in England to install floodlights permanently and the second ground after Edgbaston in Birmingham, to host a day and night match in 1997. Cricket lovers should certainly pay a visit.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Chattri War Memorial

Chattri War Memorial

Located in the South Downs near Patcham, the Chhatri War Memorial was built in honour of the Indian soldiers who gave up their lives during World War I. It was unveiled by the Prince of Wales in 1921. It was built on the very site where the Hindu and Sikh soldiers were cremated after they passed away in the Brighton war hospitals from 1914 to 1915. Spare a thought for the soldiers who lost their lives during the war.

Image Courtesy: Paul Gillett via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Yellowave Beach

Yellowave Beach

The Yellowave Beach Venue was set up in 2007 by the husband-wife duo Spencer and Katie Mintram, along with her dad, the late Alan Mintram. Beach volleyball and other sand-based sports such as rugby and football rule the roost here, with this venue being the first of its kind in the UK. You can take classes to learn the sport of volleyball and then team up to start a friendly league match series. Head to the Barefoot Café and choose from their great range of breakfasts and salads accompanied by your choice of beverages.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Theatre Royal Brighton

Theatre Royal Brighton

The Theatre Royal, Brighton was opened in 1807 and was expanded and redeveloped in 1854. It has the capacity to seat up to a maximum of 952 spectators and celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2007, which was graced by the presence of Queen Elizabeth II. It presents a wide range of West End shows as well as touring plays and musicals, along with ballet and opera performances. Catch a performance here and marvel at the striking architecture of the theatre.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Clock Tower Brighton

Clock Tower Brighton

The Clock Tower was built in 1888 to commemorate the Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. It stands tall at a height of 75 ft and is built in Classical style of architecture with a slight Baroque touch. Over time, the tower became an iconic landmark in the city and adds a nostalgic flavour to the ambiance in contemporary and modern surroundings. It stands on a square base of pink granite, with the rest of the structure constructed out of Portland stone.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City The Lanes

The Lanes

You can’t come to Brighton and not visit ‘The Lanes’, which are a collection of narrow alleyways and lanes, famous for their small and quaint shops. It is located in the historic quarter of the city and offers a potpourri of antique and jewellery shops, along with the modern designer boutique and fashion outlets. The Lanes stretch from the North Street in the north to Bartholomew Square in the south and Ship Street in the west.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Flea Market

Brighton Flea Market

Set up more than 25 years ago, you just can’t miss the bright pink façade of the Brighton Flea Market that has furniture, antiques, curio collections and other collectibles spread over two floors. This market is well-appreciated and loved by antique dealers as well as collectors of vintage products, and attracts a healthy number of visitors on a weekly basis. Stroll through this flea market and pick some unique items to take back home.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Regency Restaurant

Regency Restaurant

Let the bracing breeze and ambiance coupled with the aroma of piping hot fish and chips and fresh seafood at the Regency restaurant, transport you to another world. This is one of the oldest restaurants in Brighton and has a spectacular view of the sea and the West Pier. It opened in the 1930’s and is one of the popular restaurants among the local folk and is a vital feature of the waterfront.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Cloud 9

Cloud 9

If you are a chocoholic and if ice creams lift your spirit, then a trip to the Cloud 9 confectionary is a must. Sink your teeth into the delectable cake slabs, bite into a mouth-watering cupcake, choose your favourite colour from a slice of rainbow cake and twirl your tongue on the delicious ice cream flavours such as chocolate, mint, vanilla, strawberries, and cream to name a few. This quaint little place guaranteed to give you a sugar rush, was set up in 2010 and uses fresh natural ingredients in all their products.

Image Courtesy: www.cloud9brighton.co.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Beach Of The Dead Zombie March

Beach Of The Dead Zombie March

The Brighton Zombie Walk started in 2007 is held annually every October and attracts hordes of groaning and blood covered attendees dressed like zombies not only from the city, but from all over the globe. You can see or just follow them as they throng the waterfront and put the ‘fun’ back in ‘funeral’ and the ‘laughter’ back in ‘slaughter’ wherein the entire family gets involved.

Image Courtesy: www.heatherbuckley.co.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Naked Bike Ride

Naked Bike Ride

If you love cycling, love your body and are comfortable with nudity, body paint and don’t like cars that much, then it’s time you participated in the Naked Bike Ride that is held annually every June since 2007. More than a thousand riders have taken part in this race in the previous years and full nudity is permitted after talks with the Sussex Police. This occurs alongside national Bike Week and also happens in Portsmouth, Southampton and London simultaneously.

Image Courtesy: ayearinperigord.com
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe

The Brighton Fringe is an open arts festival that takes place annually and is the largest arts festival in England as well as being one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. It runs simultaneously alongside the Brighton Festival and its primary objective is to showcase local talent and art. The festival has more than doubled in the past five years and boosts tourism, since it brings in visitors wanting to take part as well as watch the different events that take place.

Image Courtesy: JanuaryFebruaryMarch via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Royal Pavilion

Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence that was built in 1787 and completed in 1823. It was constructed in the Indo-Saracenic Revival style of architecture and in three stages, which is seen more in India. Around 400,000 people visit this attraction every year and this is a licensed venue for weddings. It is one of the most beautiful and exotic building in England and houses works of art and furniture. Take a guided tour of this beautiful place and revel in its splendour.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Churchill Square

Churchill Square

This is a prime shopping centre in Brighton that was established in 1998 and houses more than 85 shops and outlets spread out over three of its four floors. It also has a food court on the fourth floor and various open-air styled shops located in its corridors. It is situated in the heart of Brighton city and offers you a shopping experience irrespective whether you love high street fashion or are looking out for a bargain. A true shop lover’s delight!

Image Courtesy: Editor5807 via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Brighton Featured City Stanmer Park

Stanmer Park

Here is a perfect recipe for a quiet walk in the woods to clear or gather your thoughts, or a day out with the family on a picnic. With its picturesque wooded walking tracks and vast sprawled out parklands, the park is a perfect place to unwind.. It is also home to a varied range of fauna such as kestrels, owls, buzzards, foxes, badgers and flora like orchids, cowslips, and many types of mushrooms. Enjoy the scenic beauty and the tranquillity of the place.

Image Courtesy: www.prolandscapermagazine.com
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