Activities in Brighton
Brighton has plenty of sights to discover, even if you're just ambling around the towncentre. Whether you are after museums and landmarks, or pubs and clubs, you are sure to find it in this diverse city. The Brighton Pavilion and The Pier offer a wonderful insight into the origins of the city as a seaside resort of yesterday and today. There are several cinemas as well as theatres, a concert hall and museums/art galleries.
The sea and seafront walkways bring a very sociable, sporty and outdoor way of life the city. The seafront, which spans from the Brighton Marina to Hove, is a wonderful place to exercise. In summer, the beach has its own special seasonal range of sports from swimming to volleyball and more.
There are also plenty of spectator sports - enjoy a day at Brighton Races or a night at Brighton Greyhound Stadium. Or take a Brighton Walks tour - a Ghost Walk or Legends of the Lanes.
Brighton is also home to football and rugby pitches and cricket fields where you can go and watch some great games. If participating is more your thing, there are golf courses, tennis courts, badminton courts, swimming pools, fitness centres and gymnasiums for public use.
The school also organises regular sporting events and other activities of its own in and around the city as part of its social programme.
Don´t miss in Brighton: Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier, The Lanes, Brighton Sealife Centre, Fish and Chips on the beach, Seven Sisters Country Park, The Artists Quarter, Walking in the South Downs, Performance at the Theatre Royal, Student Pub Night
Examples for possible excursions outside Brighton:
- Arundel Castle, London
- Isle of Wight
- Paris weekend
- Amsterdam weekend