Brighton is a buzzing city with lots of great attractions, both for the day and night so you will never need feel bored.
When you think about Brighton, the pier is likely to be one of the first things that pops into your mind. You can't spend time in Brighton without visiting the pier, the Palace pier to distinguish it from the ruined West pier, there you can try out some of the great attractions on offer.
Dating back to the late Victorian period, the Palace Pier has everything you would hope for and more. As you walk past the numerous food outlets, including the famous Palm Court Fish Restaurant, you'll come to the fairground attractions and Palace of Fun arcade. This is a proper fairground with a ghost ride and photo boards for you to stick your head through and have your picture taken.
Up and down the pier you'll find plenty of side stalls, some to try your hand at and others to buy from. Whatever the weather, there is always a carnival feeling on the pier and as one of the iconic attractions of the city it's a must see.
Near to the pier you will find another popular attraction - the Sea Life centre. This aquarium is, unbelievably, the world's oldest. However it doesn't mean it's behind the times, in fact it's quite the opposite. Last year they revealed the UK's first glass-bottomed boat that will float across the huge ocean tank. This is a really unique selling point and one of the best ways to get the most from it.
With over 150 species, you can be sure there'll be plenty to excite and amaze you. You can take teh glass bottomed boat to look at the sea life from above, alternatively the viewing windows below the water will give you the vantage point from the bottom of the ocean. The underwater tunnel makes it seem as if you are almost at the bottom of the ocean, as giant turtles and sharks swim right by you.
It's true that you'll find plenty of attractions in Brighton that will attract you back time and time again.