Brighton is an iconic British seaside town on the south coast of England. It is renowned for its unique culture and fun family activities, and there’s something for everyone to have a great day out! Here are five quirky activities for you to try out next time you make a visit.
Brighton pier is one of the most famous in all of Britain. Here you can grab a churro, enjoy some candyfloss, ride the log-flume, and a bunch of other rides.
Play Games at the World’s End
At the World’s End pub, you can do more than enjoy a pint of local British ale. You can also play with giant Scalextric racing sets and get stuck into immense video games with virtual reality headsets.
Catch a Gig at Concord
The Concord nightclub and music venue is a hotspot for world-famous DJs and singers.
Visit the Devil’s Dyke
The Devil’s Dyke is a natural valley located just outside of Brighton. You can walk there from the city center in about an hour and a half. From the top of the valley, you have breath-taking views of the whole region.
Hike to Lewes
Lewes is a quaint village just outside of Brighton. You can take a picturesque walk there over the South Downs accompanied by tremendous views of the English countryside.