What to do in Brighton
Brighton has plenty to offer, whatever you're looking for. This vibrant, historical and modern city has great nightlife, restaurants, museums and plenty more. There is such a range of things to do in this city. You can spend the morning at the Toy and Model Museum, grab some Mexican at La Choza or the Little Fish Market for lunch. Perhaps you'd like to spend the evening at one of the town's traditional old pubs or a bar or club.
People don’t normally associate Brighton with learning and museums, but it has a fantastic range which is well worth a visit. Here ‘s our selection which we would recommend.
Brighton Fishing Museum’s beach leisure trade and fishing industry in celebrated in this fantastic museum on the coast. Exhibitions include fishing artefacts and boats. There are also films and slideshows, as well as an audio presentation of fishermen singing and talking.
The Toy and Model Museum is the home to one of the best collections of toys and models in the whole world. It’s located under Brighton station so is excellent for transport. The collection includes toys from the last century, model trains, antique toys and creations from the world’s best toy makers.
Travel from BrightonBrighton’s position on the south coast makes it ideal for continental and global travel by sea. Many people travelling abroad for long periods of time or even permanently require assistance with moving their belongings. Ascope Shipping offers an efficient service to help you with just that.
Brighton, Design Capital of the South
You can visit the historic Brighton Pavilion; wander around the Lanes, Brighton's famous warren of narrow Georgian streets; see a show at the Brighton Centre or local theatres and take a walk on Brighton Pier with it exciting attractions. Closer still is St James's Street with its pubs, clubs, restaurants to suit all tastes. If it is nightlife you are seeking, Brighton is the ideal town, with many clubs within easy walking distance.