Things to do in Brighton Beach
Brighton seafront has many fascinating attractions. The iconic Brighton Palace Pier is located next to the Brighton beach, offering entertainment, attractions, bars and restaurants. It’s great fun for the whole family.
If you love watersports, you can try kayaking, paddle boarding, kite surfing and jet ski. The wet suits and all equipment are available to hire on the beach. If you prefer sport on the beach, you can play beach volleyball, crazy golf or hire a beach bicycle to explore the Brighton & Hove seafront. If you feel adventures, you can try Brighton Zip experience, which is 300m long. The zip follows the highest safety procedure, and it’s regularly inspected.
For those who prefer to relax on the beach, there are deckchairs available for hire. If you would like to get some refreshment Brighton seafront has many bars, restaurants, kiosks and ice cream shops open. Some of the best seafood restaurants are located on Brighton beach, including Riddle & Finns & Mur Mur.
Activities for kids
Explore Brighton & Hove and surrounding from the top by gliding into the air with British Airways i360. It’s a unique and fascinating experience to remember. Just a few steps from the i360 is a swimming pool and a playground for small children. Older children might enjoy bungee bounce located close to the Palace Pier. To the east of the Pier, the whole family can take an electric Volks Railway to Brighton Marina. Opposite the Brighton Pier, you’ll find the Sea Life Centre, which is open seven days per week.
Brighton Beach in the evening
In the evening, Brighton Beach has a very vibrant atmosphere. Many top nightclubs in the country are located on the beachfront arches and offering the best music to enjoy. What’s more many new events and activities are organised regularly on Brighton Beach. The latest events are updated frequently in our events section.