Experience the diversity of Britain’s countryside on a full-day trip to the South Downs National Park and Seven Sisters from Brighton. In a super small group limited to six people, absorb spectacular land and seascapes as you travel between natural landmarks with ease. For a seamless expereince, all entrance fees and round-trip transport are included.
Discover Brighton and it’s surroundings from above on a ride on the Brighton i360. With a similar design to the London Eye, the capsule viewing pod carries you 450 feet (138 meters) into the sky. Enjoy unbeatable views of the South Downs National Park, Brighton & Hove, the UNESCO listed Biosphere, and much more. Attentive staff are on hand to point out landmarks and answer questions.
Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a well travelled globetrotter you will enjoy this great day out to Oxford & Windsor.
• On our guided tour of Royal Windsor enjoy fantastic views of Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest continuously occupied castle in the world, where Queen Elizabeth II spends most of her weekends ! We also see Eton College, the UK's most famous private school.
• Walk through the quaint streets of Oxford city, and visit the oldest university in the English speaking world, dating back to the 12th Century. 28 British Prime Ministers, at least 30 international leaders and 55 Nobel Prize winners have taught or studied here! Oxford is consistently ranked in the top 5 universities in the world
• Round trip and hassle free transportation provided
Combine a visit to the Brighton i360 viewing tower and a stop at the south coast’s highest bar for a glass of local sparkling wine for an experience you probably can’t replicate elsewhere. Plus, by booking admission tickets in advance, you’ll save time on the day and can instead focus on enjoying the panoramic views over Brighton.
Discover Brighton — the vibrant English seaside town famed for its quirky shopping lanes, bustling arts scene and Pride celebrations —with a City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour. Travel around the city by open-top, double-decker bus and enjoy the freedom to hop on and off as many times as you like with your 1- or 2-day ticket. Visit Brighton Pier, SEA LIFE Brighton, Churchill Square and the Royal Pavilion, and listen to the onboard audio commentary as you ride.
Take a trip back in time—and across the British countryside—on this full-day guided tour of Stonehenge and Bath. Relax and enjoy the scenic journey from Brighton to Stonehenge, where you’ll be free to explore the famous Bronze Age site at your own pace with a self-guided audio commentary. You’ll then swing by the historic city of Bath and see the Roman Baths and ornate Georgian architecture up close on a guided walking tour.
Discover one of the UK’s most vibrant seaside towns on two wheels with this 2.5-hour cycling tour of Brighton. Choose a morning or afternoon tour, then follow peaceful cycle trails through Victoria Lawns and the Grand Parade with your guide. Discover top local landmarks including Brighton Pier, St Peter’s Church, Preston Manor, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome and the Lanes. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze in your face as your guide explains the city’s rich heritage, take in fine coastal views and soak up the atmosphere in the fishing quarter.
Visit Leeds Castle and Canterbury in one seamless excursion on this day trip from Brighton. Avoid the headaches of driving or hopping between trains and cabs, and travel in comfort first to the magnificent Leeds, once owned by Henry VIII, to enjoy the castle, parkland, gardens, maze, birds of prey displays, and more. From there, it’s on to medieval Canterbury for a guided tour of its landmarks and free time to explore independently.
Our beautiful, seaside Brighton tour highlights all the best donuts, sites, and sounds of Brighton. Our tour begins at Glazed Next Level Donuts where you’ll sample some amazing donuts from a local artisan donut shop. From there, we’ll take a leisurely walk through the city, stopping along the way to highlight various landmarks, churches, parks, and other sites. In North Laine, you’ll see Brighton’s bohemian district with unique shops, restaurants, murals and other local interests. While we’re there, we’ll make a few stops at local and specialty donut shops including Down To Earth, a local vegan donut shop, as well as one other.
We’ll continue to make our way towards the Brighton Dome and the Royal Pavilion: a picturesque palace and gardens that is a highlight of Brighton. We’ll finish our tour winding through The Lanes to one last donut shop or potentially at the Brighton Pier where we can enjoy some hot and fresh donuts made right in front of you.
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Escape to the sky with Brighton i360
Glide up gently to 138 metres high in the spacious glass viewing pod to enjoy 360° views of the sea, the sky, the South Downs, and the buzz of the city below.
Enjoy a drink from the South Coast’s highest bar!
This great value ticket includes a specified timeslot for a 25-minute journey to the sky on the i360 pod and your choice of drink* from the Sky Bar on board.
Includes any drink from the Nyetimber Sky Bar or Lounge Bar – choose from Nyetimber’s delicious, award-winning English sparkling wine, Brighton Gin & Tonic, cocktails, Harvey’s beer, Folkington’s Fruit Juices for the little ones, or any soft drink that takes your fancy!
*Inclusive of one drink to the maximum value of £14.50 per adult and £3.50 per child. Adults must be aged 18+ to drink alcohol.
If you’re looking for an unusual way to explore Brighton’s sights without being stuck in a crowded tour group, then this is the experience for you. After opening a link on your phone, follow treasure maps and solve cryptic clues to reveal interesting stories about the city. Everything is outdoors and the tour is completely independent and self-guided, so there’s no need to worry about sticking to someone else's schedule.
Experience Brighton’s best views as you glide up to 450ft in our spacious glass viewing pod, look below as the artist’s colour-filled mural on the Skate 360 floor reveals itself to you. Once you’ve experienced the spectacular views of the coast, city and South Downs you’ll be brought back down to earth to get your skates on. Roll on round to the Skate 360 rink to collect your skates and enjoy a 45 minute skate on Brighton’s only open air roller rink, all whilst overlooking the beach below. Upgrade your experience and add a drink of your choice at the Sky Bar onboard the Brighton i360 Viewing Pod.
Experience the beauty of the East Sussex coastline by electric bike with full-day e-bike hire from Seaford. A great way to explore the Seven Sisters and discover the stunning sights of the region, your electric bike hire includes e-bikes, helmets, route suggestions, and a safety briefing so you can get the basics of riding an e-bike before you hit the coastal trails.
If you’ve ever been interested in archery, then this is the experience for you. Visit an archery range in a rural setting for a chance to shoot as many arrows as you can during your time slot. Start with a safety briefing to learn the basics of archery, and then—let the fun commence. There are 15+ targets to pick from, including a dartboard, and a foam meerkat.
Filled with beachside bars, cocktail clubs, and character-full pubs, Brighton has a nightlife scene that matches its diverse city culture. If you’re new to the city, then head out on this Brighton bar crawl to discover the city’s go-to drinking dens and meet likeminded revelers at the same time. Speedy entry to select venues, discounted drinks, and up to five free shots are included. A pro photographer will also tag along to capture your night out on camera.
This is the ideal way to get an overview of Brighton’s history and popular landmarks. Save time reading a guidebook and get a comprehensive introduction to the city from a guide instead. Along the way, visit the main attractions in the city’s Royal Pavilion and historic Old Town areas such as the Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton Beach, and North Laine.
Revitalize your body with this nourishing and uplifting outdoor yoga class with a view on the Brighton Seafront. Great for beginners and experienced yogis alike, this outdoor yoga class is a great way to embrace the elements and surrender your body to the flow with the support of your experienced instructor. To ensure maximum comfort, dress for the weather and bring your own mat.
Are you looking for a way to uncover Lewes’ history without joining a tour group? Explore at your own pace with this affordable audio tour.
• Find out where the worst avalanche in Britain occurred, why Rodin’s famous sculpture, The Kiss, was covered up and what happened to the original White Lion Inn sign
• Hear from producer Ian Runcie who created a website to share walks in and around Lewes
• Do it all in 90 minutes or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish
• Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it
• Use the virtual tour option at home
Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code.
The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.
The Isle of Wight, home to a variety of distinctive landscapes, dramatic cliffs, long stunning beaches and great attractions, is a natural playground for all ages! In Portsmouth, learn about the heritage and naval history of the city.
• Take a stroll trough Godshill, a quintessential English Village, with its delightful medieval church, charming thatched roofed cottages and traditional tearooms.
• Soak up the view on the scenic drive to Alum Bay, known for its multi-coloured sand cliffs and stunning scenery.
• Enjoy a panoramic chairlift to the stunning beach (you can also choose to walk) and the many exciting attractions here for all the family. On the beach you get a close up of "The Needles", one of the most photographed groups of rocks in the world.
• Get a great photo of Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower and Historic Dockyard as your ferry departs to, and returns from the Isle of Wight.
The south of England is renowned for its world-class sparking wines, and on this full-day, small-group tour, you’ll visit two of Sussex’s most esteemed wineries. Don’t worry about the hassle of planning a countryside trek: round-trip transportation from Brighton is provided via comfortable mini-coach. Admire the region’s characterful scenery as you go, and enjoy tours, talks, and tastings at two local wineries. The tour also includes a traditional pub lunch.
See more of England in less time—with none of the left-side driving angst—when you book this private door-to-door tour of three signature sights: the dreaming spires of Oxford, Shakespeare’s beautiful hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon, and the Cotswolds, with their drystone walls and thatched cottages. Upgrade to include an official Blue Badge guide: please note all entrance fees are at your own expense.
We love Brighton and want to share the best of what our quirky city has to offer with the rest of the world! Our tour (2 - 3 hours) is a unique way to see Brighton, hear some stories and also get a feel for its food & drink scene. As eclectic and creative as its inhabitants, so is the food.
Examples of our tasters are homemade cooking, tea, chocolate, beer, pies, crumpets, sausage rolls, cream tea, Belgian fries, exotic street food and ice cream just to name a few. These are examples only. We want to surprise you!
Please let us know about any allergies/intolerances you have before you book. We will let you know then if this tour is suitable.
Bring comfy walking shoes and dress for the weather. Also bring a face mask (and hand gel if possible)
You need to be able to walk 5 km.
Private tours are possible. We can also offer tours in Spanish, French, Dutch, German and Swedish. Please get in touch to check your options.
This chocolate-themed tour is your shortcut to finding Brighton’s tastiest chocolate spots. Discover local haunts and quirky independent chocolatiers in the historical city center, as well as Hove and Kempton. Along the way, taste delicious sweet treats such as macaroons, chocolate cake, and pralines, and pass by famous landmarks too, such as Brighton Dome, and Brighton Palace Pier.
Experiencing the Harry Potter Tour at the Warner Bros. Studio Tours just north of London is difficult from Brighton unless you have a self-drive car. This full-day trip makes it super-easy, with round-trip transfers and tickets included. Let an air-conditioned coach whisk you to the studios in Leavesden, immerse yourself in the magical world of Harry Potter movie sets, costumes, and props; and then coach it back to Brighton—simple.