Brighton and Hove is a city in the ceremonial county of East Sussex in South East England. It is England's most populous seaside resort with a population of 273,400 (2011 census). "Brighton" is often referred to synonymously with the official "Brighton and Hove" name although many locals still consider the two to be separate towns.
Royal Pavilion4/5 Pavilion Buildings Brighton BN1 1EE. This magnificent royal pleasure palace was revered by fashionable Regency society and is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today.
The Royal Pavilion
is also home to some of the finest collections and examples of the
chinoiserie style in Britain. Tickets are available on-line or at
Enjoy over 400 independent shops, cafés and entertainment venues in this unique and vibrant part of our city. Once found – always revisited.
2 mins from Brighton
station but many people bypass in a rush to the seafront. Don’t join
the crowds, take the scenic route!
The Lanes are a collection of narrow lanes in Brighton, in the city of Brighton and Hove famous for their small shops (including several antique shops) and narrow alleyways.
Unlike many of the other lanes in this oldest part of Brighton, Dukes Lane, which leads off of Duke Street, was a "reproduction street" constructed in 1979 and is relatively new.
The Brighton Dome is an arts venue in Brighton, England, that contains the Concert Hall, the Corn Exchange and the Studio Theatre (formerly the Pavilion Theatre).
All three venues are linked to the rest of the Royal Pavilion Estate by an underground tunnel to the Royal Pavilion in Pavilion Gardens and through shared corridors to Brighton Museum.
Electric Railway is the oldest operating electric railway
in the world.
It is a narrow gauge railway that runs along a length of the seafront of the English seaside resort of Brighton.
It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883.