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Brighton: British Airways i360 Ticket

1. Brighton: British Airways i360 Ticket

Enjoy views across Brighton, the South Downs and the Sussex coastline from a fully enclosed futuristic glass pod. Learn about the many area landmarks seen from BAi360, using the free viewing map and free app. Enjoy a drink at the Nyetimber Sky Bar, serving a range of local drinks including Nyetimber, an award-winning sparkling wine. Visit the beach building for the British Airways i360: How it Was Built exhibition. Enjoy a meal at West Beach Bar & Kitchen or West Beach Cafe, or browse the BAi360 shop for a range of gifts and souvenirs, many created by local Brighton artists.

Brighton: Royal Pavilion Admission Ticket

2. Brighton: Royal Pavilion Admission Ticket

The Royal Pavilion has a colorful history stretching back 200 years. Built as the seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, it has also served as a civic building, First World War hospital, and has become an icon of Brighton. In the mid-1780s George, Prince of Wales, rented a small lodging house overlooking a fashionable promenade in Brighton. Brighton was developing from a decayed fishing town to an established seaside retreat for the rich and famous, being close to London, and after George was sworn in as Prince Regent in 1811 he commissioned John Nash to begin the transformation from modest villa into the magnificent palace that we see today. Walk through the lavish state rooms on the ground floor including the banqueting room, the music room, the magnificent recently restored saloon, and the great kitchen. Explore further rooms upstairs, including Queen Victoria's bedroom. Learn about the use of the building as a military hospital for Indian soldiers during the first world war.

Brighton: Who Smashed Brighton Rock Treasure Hunt Mystery

3. Brighton: Who Smashed Brighton Rock Treasure Hunt Mystery

Turn Brighton’s buzzing lanes into an exciting outdoor adventure, with the legendary unsolved mystery of Who Smashed Brighton Rock? With an interactive mystery guide, you must track down the clues, solve a range of puzzles hidden in Brighton's historic lanes, and find the lost newspaper article to reveal the identity of a mysterious sweetshop vandal. As the story goes, when Brighton's first major international rock festival was cancelled at the last minute, it sparked widespread rioting across the city. One location that was notably badly hit was the iconic seafront sweetshop 'Brighton Rock', which was owned by the unpopular local MP Roger Whitby. Was the damage to his shop simply a random act of violence? Or had Whitby been the victim of a targeted attack against him? Start your hunt to solve the mysterious tale at a unique whiskey emporium on this exciting puzzle adventure through the historic city centre. On your journey, you will be transported back to the 1960s as you explore the city's iconic lanes and hunt for the culprit behind the legendary act of vandalism. As you complete the cryptic puzzles and hunt down the hidden clues, you will visit Brighton's most iconic sights, discover its amazing local history, and enjoy the city's most atmospheric pubs. Once you have eliminated all of the suspects and found the location of the hidden newspaper article, you will have solved the crime and cracked Brighton's most legendary unsolved mystery!

Brighton: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

4. Brighton: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

Embark on a self-guided treasure hunt for a fun and unique way to explore Brighton. Receive messages to a phone from Captain Bess, a snarky pirate who’s testing out new recruits to join her ship. Travel along Captain Bess's carefully designed route through the city. Follow the treasure maps to get to the right place, then try to decipher the clue. Search high and low for the answer and see hidden sights usually missed by tourists. Ask for a hint to continue the journey through the city if the clues get too tough. Start at the Indian Gate outside Pavilion Gardens and sneak through tiny twittens, Royal gardens, elaborate squares, and the bustling Lanes. Learn interesting facts and gear stories along the way about the sights on Bess's route and get a better understanding of the history of Brighton. Get ready to explore Brighton in a new way through this fun and interactive treasure hunt.

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What people are saying about Brighton

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 196 reviews

The palace is really very impressive! It's breathtaking! The audio guide is also very well done and pleasant to listen to. It is worth using it especially since it is at no additional cost.

good queuing system and security checks friendly staff there is limited vocal commentary reasonable priced drinks on board the pod good value for money

Although my phone was supposed to work on the room scan it didn’t. The individual handsets that were available were great.

Easily booked. Royal Pavilion Brighton was stunning. Tickets available even offline so no worries when entering venue.

There is a great view from all sides. I recommend it.