August Weather in BrightonWeather in Brighton in August is similar to the climate in July. The temperatures tend to remain high with plenty of sunshine and very little occasional wet weather. However, this is subject to England’s temperamental climate.
Things to do in August
Brighton Pride attracts around 60,000 people each year. This annual event is a big celebration of Brighton’s LGBT community, and it gets big support in the city. The festival starts with a parade through the town, which ends in Preston Park. Many famous music artists performed during this event including Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Grace Jones and many more.
You might also want to visit the most famous Brighton’s premium LGBT club and bar Revenge, offering fun-filled parties, foam and celebrity parties.
If you would like to experience Brighton from a different point of view, try South Coast of England Helicopter Tour from Redhill, where you can get unique aerial views of the beautiful Sussex coast and countryside.
The Royal Pavilion is another well-known Brighton attraction and a must-visit for tourists. The palace is famous for its exotic architecture & interior and best collection of chinoiserie style. You can book a guided tour and learn about the history of Pavilion.
Where to stay?
If you’re coming to Brighton for Pride, you might want a hotel where the majority partying goes on in the evening such Legends Hotel, Bar and Club located on the seafront. It’s Brighton’s largest gay hotel just a few minutes away from Brighton centre and St. James’s Street which has many gays bars and clubs.
Alternatively, Granville Hotel is situated on Brighton seafront opposite the historic West Pier and the British Airways i360. The 3-star hotel offers 24 unique rooms with en-suite and room service. If you are looking for a family hotel with an indoor swimming pool, the Queens Hotel is a great option.