Brighton and Hove have been named one of the happiest cities in the United Kingdom. So, locals and University of Brighton students, go to the beachfront and enjoy the lively club and pub scene, or go shopping. Here’s what you can do in Brighton in a day.
University Of Brighton Students Should Go To The Pier
The beach here is famous for its Pier and seaside activities. The 100-year-old Victorian structure has a variety of food vendors, amusement attractions, and arcade games. So, on those sunny days, soak in the rays, rent a kayak or paddleboard, or simply head to the arcade and play some old-school games with your friends.
Enjoy The Music Scene
Listen to the most recent music at venues such as Prince Albert and the Brighton Dome. Every day of the week, you may hear live bands and musicians, whether you’re a local, new in town, or a student from the University of Brighton. The Brighton music scene is one of the greatest in the country. Listen to the most recent music at venues such as Prince Albert and the Brighton Dome. Every day of the week, you may hear live bands and musicians, whether you’re a local, new in town, or a student.
View The Street Art
Brighton is widely recognised for its scattered street art, so take a trip about the city and take in all of the street art on offer. Banksy’s ‘Kissing Policeman’ on Prince Albert. There’s a lot of art around North Laine, so take some time to look around. Continue along Harringtons Lane to see a fantastic Alice in Wonderland mural.
Take A Trip Down To The Lanes
If you’re looking for a charming quaint shopping district where you can buy one-of-a-kind items for yourself, friends, and family, as well as stroll about, Brighton’s Lanes is the place to go. There are several stores in this area that you might visit. If you enjoy modern art, visit the ART5 gallery. Why not visit PHOHM if you want to add some flower arrangements to your university bedroom or communal areas? This is also a great place to discover small treasures like beautiful candles and miniature vintage decorations. The North Laine shopping district is perfect if If you enjoy shopping at boutiques and thrift stores. The bohemian shopping sector in town has many unique and artsy stores.
There are plenty of things to do in Hove, but we recommend paying a visit to St Anne’s Wells Gardens, a lovely park with a terrific cafe. Hove is quieter, smaller, and calm and quieter than Brighton, with a far lower concentration of students, making it ideal for wooded strolls and getting away from the city’s hustle and bustle.
End Off Your Day With Some Drinks
Brighton offers it all when it comes to excellent student evenings, from dance nights on the seaside to hip and quirky bars to larger chain pubs. The city’s bar culture is constantly evolving, with many establishments featuring pop-up restaurants and drink venues.
We hope this has given you some ideas for things to do during a day in this quirky city!