The Southeast

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  • 1. i360

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    Designed by the same people who made the London Eye, this circular viewing platform ascends 531 feet into the air, allowing an incredible view...Read More

  • 2. Royal Pavilion


    The city's most remarkable building is this delightfully over-the-top domed and pinnacled fantasy. Built as a simple seaside villa in the fashionable...Read More

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  • 3. Brighton Beach


    Brighton's most iconic landmark is its famous beach, which sweeps smoothly from one end of town to the other. In summer sunbathers, swimmers...Read More

  • 4. Brighton Museum and Art Gallery


    The grounds of the Royal Pavilion contain this museum, in a former stable block designed for the Prince Regent (1762–1830), son of George III...Read More

  • 5. Brighton Pier


    Opened in 1899, the pier is an amusement park set above the sea. In the early 20th century it had a music hall and entertainment; today it has...Read More

  • 6. Nymans Garden


    At this lovely spot, exotic plants collected by the gardener Ludwig Messel beginning in 1885 mingle with more homey varieties. Spring is the...Read More

  • 7. Sea Life Centre


    Near Brighton Pier, this aquarium has many sea-dwelling creatures—from sharks to seahorses—in more than 30 marine habitats. There's an octopus...Read More

  • 8. Standen


    A well-preserved family country house dating from the 1890s and set in a beautiful hillside garden, Standen typifies the Arts and Crafts movement...Read More

  • 9. Steine


    One of the centers of Brighton's action is the Steine (pronounced steen ), a large open area close to the seafront. This was a river mouth...Read More

  • 10. The Lanes


    This maze of tiny alleys and passageways was once the home of fishermen and their families. Closed to vehicular traffic, the area's narrow cobbled...Read More

  • 11. Volk's Electric Railway

    Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

    Built by inventor Magnus Volk in 1883, this was the first public electric railroad in Britain. In summer you can take the 1¼-mile trip along...Read More

  • 12. Brighton Wheel

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    Brighton's answer to the London Eye, this 50-meter (164-foot) Ferris wheel gives you a spectacular panorama of the town and the sea, from air...Read More

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