Explore Brighton city centre with two self-guided heritage walks with a treasure hunt theme. Discover Brighton's "hidden treasures" whilst having a fun day out with family and friends!
Brighton is a must-visit city for most people. Sitting by the sea with its famous pebble beach, it appeals as much to those looking for a seaside delight as those looking for excellent shops and fascinating sights. For a start there's the famous oriental Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture, and a Victorian aquarium. Add to that the Brighton Wheel, beachfront sports and events, and the remarkable Lanes - a paradise of boutique shops around a maze of alleyways - and you have something for everyone.
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1. Train Station to Royal Pavilion - 1.5 miles / 2.4 kms
On this walk of discovery you’ll first explore North Laine – Brighton’s bohemian and cultural quarter with criss-cross streets, 400 independent retailers and colourful street art – a melodious mix of ethnic, exotic and funky. Next meander round Brighton’s famous Lanes – pedestrianised shopping streets, with a touch of class! End your walk at the delightful Pavilion Gardens and the truly stunning Royal Pavilion.
1.5 hoursOK, with a small detour described to avoid steps
2. Royal Pavilion to Palace Pier - 1 mile / 1.6 kms
From the magnificent Royal Pavilion this walk starts by exploring more of The Lanes – quirky and unusual shops, with lots of inviting places to eat and drink. Then you exit the Old Town to pass through delightful gardens with historical connections, before arriving at the seafront, and Brighton’s famous Palace Pier, and all the fun of the fair!
1 hourOK, with a small detour described to avoid steps
Each booklet has a page dedicated to the history of the town or city and 2 pages summarising each walk with suggestions on what to visit along the way. Walk 1 has 21 clues & walk 2 has 14 - both with detailed directions to follow. There are interesting stories about important people, places & events along the way; detailed instructions on how to find a clue if you're stuck; and a comprehensive map with the routes marked on.
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You have 14 days to complete your download, and up to 3 attempts are permitted. If you buy the print-at-home version you will need to print it on normal A4 paper and the email you receive, with the download link, explains how best to fold the pages to make it into an A5 booklet. If you buy the download to mobile version you will need pdf reading software on your phone or tablet, eg using the Adobe Acrobat App (free).
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"What a great way to explore Brighton! From the busy station its all downhill (literally and metaphorically) to the sea, discovering so much of Brighton's history with its unique shopping streets and lanes, and the astounding Pavilion in beautiful gardens. We could never have found out so much if we'd tried to do it alone. A really enjoyable day out! Thanks."
"Thanks so much for sorting this so quickly. We managed to get out with the kids on the one dry afternoon of half term and learnt loads about brighton despite living here on/off for nearly 30 years! It's brilliant and we're thinking of doing some uk city breaks and checking out your other guides. Thanks again."
Latest Revision : July 2021