8 BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN BRIGHTON THIS SUMMER

Summer is finally here! At Yeomans Toyota, we are lucky enough to be located in some of the best parts of the south coast, which is why we have put together a helpful guide on the best places to visit in our local areas. This week, we are exploring our favourite places in Brighton...

8. CYCLING TOUR OF BRIGHTON

Discover Brighton on just two wheels with a 2.5 hours cycling tour. With the choice of either morning or afternoon, you can then finish your tour by admiring the city's rich heritage and costal views.

There is no better way to discover the top local landmarks including Brighton Pier, St Peter's Church, Preston Manor, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome and the Lanes.

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Brighton Beach - Image courtesy of TripAdvisor

7. BRIGHTON BEACH

Take a seat on the famous stripy deck-chair on Brighton beach and enjoy the view of the southern coast.

Take a stroll across the seaside grab some fish n chips and enjoy the British sunshine.

There are plenty of activities on the beach to keep you occupied too: bungee trampolines, arcades and rides! Get a complete view of Brighton Beach on the i360.

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6. ROYAL PAVILION

Fancy going to see a fairytale of a building? Then take a look at the Royal Pavilion, which will take your breath away when stepping inside and seeing the fantastic interior.

The Pavilion was rebuilt in the 19th century by architect John Nash featuring a unique mixture of classical and Indian styles labelled as the 'Hindu-Gothic'.

Visit the Royal Pavilion then head down to the Dome and Theatre to make it a full day of fun!

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Brighton Museum - Image courtesy of TripAdvisor

5. BRIGHTON MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY

The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is located in the Royal Pavilion garden at the centre of the city's cultural quarter. It brings together art and history to tell stories about the city and the outside world!

Being located in the centre of Brighton, it is a great venue to compliment a trip to the shops or other nearby attractions.

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4. SEA LIFE BRIGHTON

Sea Life Brighton was built-in 1872 and features 3,500 mesmerising creatures including turtles and sharks.

In addition, you can admire the resident giant Sea Turtles Gulliver and Lulu as well as sharks, turtles, rays and tropical fish when they swim underneath you on the UK's first indoor glass-bottom boat.

Go behind the scenes of the interactive experience that immerses you into the underwater world and see first hand how they take care of over 3,500 sea creatures. With more than 40 world-class displays you will definitely have an amazing discovery throughout your dive.

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Brighton Walking Tour - Image courtesy of TripAdvisor

3. ONLY BRIGHTON WALKING TOUR

The 80-minute walking tour allows you to discover Brighton away from the tourist hotspots and learn about Brighton's reputation as the 'gay capital of Britain'. Look over the unique landmarks just like the Royal Pavilion in number 6 and the city's extraordinary street art.

When on the tour why don't you drop by to the city's bars, shops and restaurants to enjoy the rest of your evening?​

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2. DEVIL'S DYKE

See Brighton in a different light and head to the South Downs for a spontaneous walk with stunning views of Sussex and further.

With suitable transport to and from the South Downs, there really isn't an excuse not to!

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1. STANMER PARK

Just fancy something quiet to let the kids run around and enjoy a nice picnic? Then head down to Brighton's Stanmers Park!

As one of the oldest parks in Brighton, it is perfect for a family day out and watching the local cricket!

With beautiful woodland walks and extensive open lands you really can't say no!

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Stanmer Park - Image courtesy of TripAdvisor

And that's our list! Why not pop in and see us at 351 South Coast Road on your way to one of these amazing day outs? Call our team on 01273 799630 to let us know you're coming and we'll get the kettle on!