Introduction to an A to Z of Brighton
Over the coming year we are going to write an A to Z for Brighton and other nearby places in Sussex.
I have lived in Brighton and Hove for the last 10 years and Debbie has been a resident for 20 years. Originally, she was from Vancouver, Canada and I was from Wellington, New Zealand. Both Canada and New Zealand are beautiful places to live but Sussex and Brighton have a lot of attractions too.
Hopefully our time in Brighton will benefit you when your planning a trip to visit this wonderful area of the world.
The A to Z of Brighton
Below is a list to the introduction of A to Z of Brighton and some of the letters will cover more than 1 attraction or experience:
A for the Aquarium and Airbnb
B for the Brighton Pier, Booth Museum of Natural History
C for the Chattri, Chapel Royal and Charleston
D is for Devils Dyke
E is for great eateries
F is for the many comedy, theatre and food festivals, Fishing Museum
G is for the Ghost Walk in the Lanes
H is for Hove
I is for the annual winter ice skating rink
J is for Jumple Rumble Adventure Golf
K is for the Komedia and Kemptown
L is for the Lanes
M is for the Marina and the Museums of Brighton
N is for the Newhaven Fort, North Laine
O is for the Old Police Cells Museum
P is for the pubs and annual Pride Festival
Q is for the beautiful Queens Park
R is for quirky village of Rottingdean and Royal Pavilion
S is for the South Downs National Park, Shoreham, Seven Sisters and the Seagulls
T is for Theatre Royal and the Albion Museum for the Brighton Football team
U is for the Undercliff Walk
V is for the Volks Railway
W is for the West Blatchington Windmill and walks
X is for American Express Stadium
Y is for Yoga and wellness retreats or just treats!
Z is for Zorian Art Works
We hope you will find this introduction to an A to Z of Brighton useful. Let us know if we have missed anything or you would like covered below.