Brighton station is a listed building dating back to 1840 with all the modern convenience of a large and well connected station. Currently the seventh busiest in the UK, outside of London. From here you can explore all that Brighton famously has to offer from the Pavilion to the Palace Pier, the beach to the downs.
Brighton is a Community Rail Station
Brighton Toy & Model Museum
A treasure trove of toys and models. Located under the arches of Brighton Station, it has over ten thousand toys and models on display, focusing on the first half of the twentieth century and including world class model train collections and period antique toys such as meccano, puppets, and the largest Triang collection in the world.
Once a thriving centre of seaside entertainment, all that is left of the West Pier is its architectural remains. Still a breathtaking sight and arguably the most photographed building in Brighton & Hove. The area is also now home to the independent traders of the West Pier Arches.
Brighton Open Air Theatre
Since its opening in 2015 BOAT has become well established as part of Brighton and Hove’s cultural landscape. BOAT is a 425 capacity Open Air Theatre in Dyke Road Park, Hove, open in the summer months, and hosting a huge range of events including Theatre, Music, Comedy, Family, Circus and Special Events.
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Explore the Seaford to Brighton Line