3-minute walk from Surrey Street Bus Stop.
4-minute walk from Brighton Railway Station.
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Training in Brighton
Travel to and from Brighton
A23 road of Brighton
Brighton is connected to the national road network by the A23, A259 and the A27. The A23 connects to the M23 motorway near Gatwick Airport in Pease Pottage. The A27 used to go through the city via Previous Shoreham Road and Lewes Road, but it now follows the path of the Brighton Bypass (the final part built in 1992), and the old alignment is now the A270.
Central Brighton offers a lot of parking, including major car parks on London Road, King Street, and the Churchill Square complex.
RailMost trains in the city depart from Brighton railway station. London, London Gatwick Airport, St Albans, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, and Bedford are some of the destinations.A large variety of long-distance destinations were served until lately when most of these routes were permanently suspended. The West Coastway Line still operates twice daily long-distance trains to Bristol and Great Malvern.
Brighton Railway Station
BusThe city has 1,184 bus stops, 456 of which have a shelter. Real-time travel information displays are provided at many stops.The only park and ride facility in Brighton is based at the Withdean Stadium. The 20-year City Plan ruled out an official park-and-ride facility, on the grounds it would be an inefficient use of public money in an era of declining car use.
AirBrighton City Airport, often known as Shoreham Airport, is situated Lancing parish in West Sussex. It has a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence, which enables flights for passenger transport or flying instruction.It is the oldest airport in the United Kingdom and the world’s oldest purpose-built commercial airport still in service, having opened in 1910. Brighton City Airport Ltd (BCAL) currently owns it.
Brighton City Airport
Map showing Brighton stations
Things to do in Brighton
MuseumsBrighton houses several museums including Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Booth Museum of Natural History, Brighton Toy Museum, and Brighton Fishing Museum, which displays artefacts from the West Pier.Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is a city owned public museum and art gallery in the Southeast English city of Brighton and Hove. It is a portion of the “Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton and Hove.” It offers free access for local residents, but a yearly pass cost £7.50 for non-residents.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
More museums in Brighton
Brighton Fishing Museum201, Kings Road Arches, Brighton BN1 1NB, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 723064
Old Police Cells MuseumTown Hall, Brighton BN1 1JA, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 291052
The Regency Town House13 Brunswick Square, Hove BN3 1EH, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 206306
Brighton Toy and Model Museum52-55 Trafalgar Street, Brighton BN1 4EB, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 749494
Royal Pavilion4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0300 029 0900
Map showing museums in Brighton
TheatresBrighton’s theatres include the Brighton Dome, the Komedia, the Old Market, and the Theatre Royal. The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is located near the Theatre Royal on the University of Sussex campus. The Marlborough Theatre, the New Venture, and the Brighton Little Theatre are among the smaller theatres.The Concert Hall, Corn Exchange, and Studio Theatre are all part of the Brighton Dome, an arts venue in Brighton, England (formerly the Pavilion Theatre). The tunnel to the Royal Pavilion in Pavilion Gardens and common corridors to Brighton Museum connect these three sites to the remainder of the Royal Pavilion Estate.
More theatres in Brighton
Bradford Playhouse29 New Road, Brighton BN1 1UG, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 709709
The Lantern Theatre8-10 Rock Place, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1PF, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 818266
New Venture Theatre23 Bedford Place, Hove, Brighton BN1 2PT, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 746118
Rialto Theatre11 Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 3FE, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 725230
Theatre Royal BrightonNew Road, Brighton BN1 1SD, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0333 009 6690
Brighton Little Theatre9 Clarence Gardens, Brighton BN1 2EG, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 01273 777748
Map showing theatres in Brighton
FestivalsBrighton organizes a variety of annual festivals, including the Brighton Festival and the Brighton Fringe. These include parades like the Children’s Parade, as well as different music and visual arts events held at venues all over the city.Brighton’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) population is one of the largest and most popular in the UK, and the city has been dubbed the “gay capital of the UK.” The city has a history of LGBT people dating back to the nineteenth century. Every August, they celebrate the Brighton Pride.
Brighton Palace Pier