Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival
Now until 30 September
Until the end of September, visitors can experience the magical art of sand sculpture. Twenty of the world’s most talented sand sculptors are in Brighton this year to make the most inspiring sculptures out of sand in this debut Sand Sculpture Festival.
The theme of the first Sand Sculpture Festival is ‘Music’. Brighton is a musical city, with some amazing artists who have come from there. So what better way to celebrate this than through 2000 tonnes of sand?
Besides the impressive sand sculptures, the festival offers much more. Head to the festival for: workshops, live demonstrations, guided tours, school visits, a sand café and local musicians who will showcase their talent and much more. This Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival is THE festival of the summer with over 100,000 visitors from across the UK visiting.
Tickets: £6.00 (Concessions: £5.00); £4 for children; and £15 family ticket.
Every day the Sculpture theme park is opened from 10:30 until 17:30.
For more information about this event, go to: http://brightonsandsculpture.co.uk/
Getting to the Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival: The Sculpture theme park is based at Black Rock, between the end of Madeira Drive and Brighton Marina. From our Umi Brighton hotel it will take about a 30 min walk along the beach. For more information, check out the below map (zoom in for a better view).