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Brighton Attractions


Brighton is a place of culture, diversity, fun and excitement and there are plenty of excellent attractions to choose from ranging from an extravagant palace to a historic aquarium to a beachside zip wire. Here at 365Tickets, we pride ourselves on offering the best prices on tickets to Brighton’s top attractions.


So many of Brighton’s wonderful attractions link back to the area’s fascinating history, but perhaps most notable is Royal Pavilion Brighton. This exotic former royal home is steeped in history, having been used by the likes of Queen Victoria and King George IV. Built in 1899, Brighton’s Palace Pier is famous for its amusement arcades, fish & chip plus roller coasters. Try visiting the shops in The Lanes housed in sixteenth century buildings and including the famous Choccywoccydoodah chocolatier.


There’s so much to see and do in Brighton, so why not take advantage of our excellent tour tickets and see all the sights? If you want to explore Brighton at your own pace, you can jump aboard the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour, which takes you on a journey to visit some of the area’s most famous landmarks and attractions. Alternatively try a bike tour to see the town at a slower pace or get a birds eye view of the town from a Helicopter!


Take in the picturesque views of the South Coast, South Downs countryside and the city aboard British Airways i360 viewing pod as it glides up the 450 foot central tower. Why not celebrate your weekend away and also enjoy a delicious local drink at their Sky Bar? Or combine a British Airways i360 flight, with a delicious Afternoon Tea in their beachside restaurant situated directly in front of the relics of the old West Pier?


Why not visit the world’s oldest aquarium at Sea Life Centre Brighton which was built in 1872 or see the old toys as the Brighton Toy and Model Museum.

For those looking for more high risk activities why not try a visit to the skatepark at The Level or a Zip Line adventure along the beach.  You could even try Brighton’s answer to The Crystal Maze at Bewilder Box or the escape rooms at Escape Game.


Why not take in the beauty of the nearby countryside using a City Sightseeing Brighton bus tour ticket, which include stops at Devil’s Dyke (for access to the South Downs National Park) and the pretty village of Rottingdean.

An easy car ride from Brighton will take you to The Bluebell Railway, a steam railway running between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park. Alternatively take the train to Portsmouth, rich with naval history and visit Henry VIII’s war ship, the Mary Rose, or explore the neighbouring Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.