Brighton Culture & History
Brighton is as cultured as you’ll get, with it bringing the camp joys of Kemp Town alongside the lively music scene and the slight cheesiness of the candy floss swirls and bright lights of the pier. The burnt remnants of West Pier hark back to Brighton’s past as well as it once being the stomping ground of mods n’ rockers in the 60’s.
Brighton's Famous For
Hectic hen nights, Brighton Pier, flying the Rainbow flag, the pebble beach!
Brighton Travel Info
Luckily, Brighton is condensed enough to walk around (even in heels if you’re good at it), however there will always be a taxi or bus nearby to take you back to the hotel – and if you’re feeling active during your time here, then hire a bike and realise just how cycle friendly the city is.
Brighton Hen Ideas
If you’re planning to book your hen do for the summer, then it goes without saying that you’ll all be heading down to the beach to catch a tan. After that, it’d be rude not to get a little rude in Brighton, so go for a burlesque or dirty dancing experience before hitting the town!
Where do we even start with Brighton’s nightlife? A short walk straight down from the train station will find you and your group on West Street, where you’ll probably bump in to a stag or two. Here you’ll find Revolution, Oceana and then a walk along the seafront will take your to Terraces and Audio to name just a couple. Just take a walk and see what you can find – there will never be a night spot too far away.