The weather in England is always a bit unpredictable. So what is there to do when it’s raining outside? A great way to spend your day is at Brighton’s Sea Life!
Springtime is just around the corner, which means birds are singing and flowers are blooming! What better way to enjoy the changing of the seasons than a spring walk in Brighton? We’ve compiled a list of both short and long walks for you below in Brighton and South Downs. Enjoy!
There is much to do this March in Brighton! Check out the following events:
The Brighton Half Marathon will be running to a town near you (see what we did there?) this month. Registration is now closed, but it’s never too late to be a spectator! The course begins on Madeira Drive, heading along the seafront, so head on over and show your support!
There are a great range of walking tours in and around Brighton & Hove. We’ve highlighted two spooky walking tours, where you can experience Brighton in a whole different way! Enjoy a spooky night out in Brighton, if you dare…
Valentine’s Day is coming up and what better way to spend a romantic weekend in Brighton and sweep your loved one of their feet than a break in Brighton! To make your Valentine’s Weekend one to never forget, book at our umi Hotel Brighton for a romantic stay with an amazing view of Brighton’s beach. There’s plenty for couples to do in Brighton.
6 February to 2 March
One of Brighton’s key events is the Brighton Science Festival 2014. The festival welcomes you into the world of science and offers many exciting activities for curious minds. The Brighton Science Festival began eight years ago to help people of all ages to discover where we came from and where we might be going in the future. Although the Festival is for people all ages, it particularly focuses on kids between 12-14 years old, just to show them that science isn’t ‘boring’ at all. And it isn’t!
Now until 21 January
“Do you know why there are no mammals with blue fur? Or what a Khillazon is?” Find the answer to these questions and more at the family friendly exhibition of all things blue. Hosted by the collections of the Royal Pavilion & Museums, Into The Blue is a journey of discovery in science, art and history.