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Brighton: i360 and Upside Down House Explorer Pass5 Reviews
Save on your day out in Brighton with an Explorer Pass ticket that covers two attractions in one ticket. Explore the Brighton i360 and Upside Down House at your preferred time slot.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Brighton:If youʻre booking your trip to Brighton last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- From Brighton: Seven Sisters and South Downs Tour
- Brighton: Brighton i360 Ticket
- London: South Downs White Cliffs Day Trip with Train Tickets
- Brighton: Walking Food Tour (Vegan and Vegetarian options)
- Brighton: Royal Pavilion Admission Ticket
- Experience the illusion of zero gravity in an upside-down house attraction
- Walk on the ceiling, reach for the coffee table, and take unbelievable photos
- Soak in the some of the city's best views from a spacious glass viewing pod
- Go up and down the tower in a lift while enjoying unobstructed panoramas
- Enjoy the flexibility to arrive at your chosen time and date at both locations
DescriptionAdmire sweeping views from a height of 450 feet across Brighton from the Brighton i360, and walk on the ceiling and reach for the furniture at a family attraction that allows you to take mind-bending photos at Brighton's Upside Down House with this Explorer Pass. Enjoy a fun-filled day out in Brighton with combo tickets to two side-by-side on Brighton seafront. At Brighton's Upside Down House, enjoy priority entrance with your ticket and get an exclusive souvenir – an Upside Down House fridge magnet or key ring. With your ticket for Brighton i360, step into a doughnut-shaped glass pod that acts as both a lift and a viewing platform, carrying you up and down the tower while providing unobstructed panoramic views. Also, get access to the Nyetimber Sky Bar.
IncludesBrighton i360 anytime entry ticket Upside Down House priority entry ticket Souvenir from Upside Down House
- At Upside Down House, the ground floor is part-accessible for wheelchairs, guests can access it via a temporary ramp, leading into the inverted experience with plenty of photo opportunities. The attraction itself has 2 floors, separated by a spiral staircase, with no lift or ramp alternative to the second floor