3-4 Duke Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AH
3-4 Duke Street
Brighton is full of interesting places, colourful characters, stunning architecture and the liveliest of nightlife.
The Royal Pavilion is one of the best known buildings in the country – it was the spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent and it’s where you’ll find the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, with collections that include fashion, 20th century art and design and fine art.
Brighton’s Sea Life Centre has over 1,500 creatures and 50 displays – you can watch the turtles and sharks in the underwater tunnel and seek out the Giant Pacific Octopus in its garden.
The Lanes are fabulous if you fancy a wander and a browse. They’re a maze of alleyways crammed with independent antique, jewellery, fashion and design shops. Quadrophenia Alley was the location of a key scene in the film, Quadrophenia.
No visit to Brighton would be complete without a stroll along Brighton Pier. It still retains its Victorian charm and has fairground rides and an amusement arcade.
There are water sports and sailing activities on Brighton’s famous Blue Flag pebble beach and some great art galleries in the Artists’ Quarter on the lower promenade.
Night life here is extensive – in a historic venue on St Georges Road, the Proud Brighton Ballroom is a fabulous retro club that stages burlesque, cabaret and musical entertainment.
And with glorious countryside around Brighton and Hove, why not explore the area before settling in for the evening at Browns? Come and join us for drinks, dinner and a selection of your favourite cocktails.