December 23, 2018 by Tom bourlet
Based on the South coast of England, Brighton is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, especially during the summer when plenty of festivals and events take place, both on the beach and in the unbelievable range of venues. Read on for my list of the best things to do in Brighton.
Run by British Airways, this experience lasts around 30 minutes, offering views of the whole city. There is a bar on the platform, but remember there isn’t a toilet to be found, so make sure to go before you head up.
With games and arcades, theme park rides and a bar near the end, there is plenty to see and experience on Brighton Pier. If you do love a roller coaster, I recommend getting a wristband, which will allow you unlimited rides for 24 hours.
Not your conventional sport, bubble football was started in Norway as a fun game on TV, however it has grown to be a serious sport (well, semi serious). Most played by stag do groups, anyone can join in and book a game, as long as you have a minimum of 6 people in your group.
The home to comedy on the South coast, this is the place that a large number of professional comedians started out. It also offers a bargain offer on Thursday’s via Group on, which includes your meal and a drink.
The sea might be a bit cold, but there is an actual wake-boarding course in Hove, with ropes pulling you along the course. Even if you don’t fancy yourself as a professional, this is a hysterical sport to try so I can’t recommend it enough.
You have one hour on the clock in order to escape the room, facing a number of mental challenges. If you fancy your wit and mental capabilities then you should take on the challenge, with each room offering a different theme and level of difficulty. There are an ever increasing number of escape rooms in the area, with four in Brighton at the time of writing.
See the various sea life creatures of the world at the Brighton Aquarium, located directly opposite the Pier. If you get yourself a Merlin pass then you will be able to enter for free, while you can also get reduced entry if you’re a student.