Here’s an inside guide to the team’s top 10 favourite places in Brighton:
” My favourite place to visit is the Booth Museum of Natural History which houses a huge collection of Victorian taxidermy, butterflies, bones and fossils. It’s very interactive for kids and adults and it’s free!”
” My Favourite Place is the under cliff walk from Saltdean to Brighton Marina. Such a delightful walk with the wind in your hair! All on level ground and amazing sea and coastal views, you can wander along the beach as well or have a swim! ”
” My favourite place is Brighton Promenade.
You can go for a walk, have a drink in the numerous bars, or enjoy some fish & chips
” My favourite place is North Laine. I like mooching around all the interesting shops and stopping off at one of the many fantastic pubs for refreshments ”
” My favourite place in Brighton is Dyke Road Park and, more specifically, the terrace outside the café which has a lovely uninterrupted view over a formal rose garden down to the sea. It’s quite a hidden gem and a lovely place to take time out from the hustle and bustle of the city. They do a very reviving “Full English” as well! ”
” It’s a toss-up between the Basketmakers pub in Gloucester Road – friendly with great beer – and the Royal Pavilion which is stately with exquisite ornamentation… Together they epitomise the fact that Brighton is a ‘mix’ at all levels! ”
” Easy, favourite place is next to the sea - it helps when the sun’s shining. From the Marina to The Meeting Place Café at the Peace Statue in Hove, the seafront is one of the coolest destinations in town. The attractions are so diverse nothing else compares. ”
” My favourite place in Brighton is The Pavilion Gardens.
I buy an ice cream, sit on the grass and watch the world go by. ”
” My favourite place is the beach at Ovingdean. Get your timing right and visit at low tide and you will see hundreds of rock pools. My children love to spot the crabs, mussels and shrimp living on the shore line. After a wander, the café is worth a pit stop. Homemade cakes, bacon sandwiches made to order and builders’ tea. ”
” Anywhere on the seafront for views of the sea; whatever the weather or time of year, it always looks different and always looks beautiful. It makes you feel good just to see it and to breathe in the salty air. The other, man-made, jewel in Brighton's crown is the Royal Pavilion. It’s unique and gorgeous both inside and out, with the former stable – now the Brighton Dome – a major centre of Brighton's thriving arts scene. What more could you want! ”