08:45 – Meet London Bridge Station
09:11 – Depart for Brighton
10:12 – Arrive in Brighton for 1.5 hour walking tour.
12:00 – Free time to explore the city
16:45 – Arrive Brighton Station
17:05 – Depart Brighton
18:20 – Arrive back in London
Brighton is one of the largest resorts on the South Coast of England. Brighton is not just popular as a destination in the summer months but at weekends throughout the year. Brighton is also called the City by the sea or London by the sea.
The Royal Pavilion is one of the most unique buildings in Britain. It was built in the fashion of and Indian Palace and the inside is decorated in an oriental style both of which were fashionable during this time. You can go inside and look around, this will cost about £10
Brighton Palace Pier
Construction of Brighton Pier began in 1891 and took eight years to complete. Brighton Pier is now the only pier left in Brighton after the older West Pier was destroyed in a fire in 2003. The pier offers great views along the coast in both directions and contains many amusement rides, cafes and bars. Cost – FREE
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
The museum has many galleries with exhibits about Brighton as well as collections of pottery and porceline, a world art collection, fine art galleries along with many more.
Brighton Fishing Museum
Brighton’s past and present as the county’s busiest fishing town is celebrated in this delightful museum near the Palace Pier, which opened in 1992 as part of the regeneration of Brighton’s seafront in the area known as the fishing quarter, where locals offer freshly caught fish and shellfish for sale and a traditional smokehouse operates nearby. Cost – FREE