Three Things to do in Brighton
Brighton is a vibrant city where there is always something to do, but that very reason can make it difficult for visitors to decide what they want to experience when they arrive. To help you make the most of your trip away, the latest blog post from Guideline Coaches Ltd discusses some of the top things to do. Of course, in such a vast city, we had to narrow our list down quite a bit, so be sure to do your own research as well in order to further tailor your experience.
The Brighton Zip runs along the seafront, giving thrill seekers a great view of Brighton beach. Tickets are reasonably priced and for an extra £5.00, you get to keep a video of your experience. With a plethora of little shops and ice cream huts dotted on the seafront, you can get your heart rate back down with some yummy treats after you’ve taken on the Zip (maybe let your tummy settle first though).
Brighton Open Market
If you’d rather keep your feet firmly on the ground, how about taking a meander through Brighton’s open market. Home to over 50 of the city’s most talented creators, the market offers visitors a plethora of fresh, nutritious foods and ethical products, alongside toys, clothes, homeware and even furniture.
Sea Life Centre
Brighton’s Sea Life Centre has been a popular attraction for those of all ages for many years. With a wide range of intriguing animals to marvel at, you can wander through the aquarium, learning key facts about the beautiful animals that call the centre their home.
It was very hard to whittle down just three attractions as Brighton is a city that offers so much. However, we think that our top three offer something for everyone, no matter what kind of trip you are taking. For more information on the tours and excursions offered by us at Guideline Coaches Ltd, please contact us today. Call 01959 533 543 or fill out our online enquiry form and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.