Originally a farm house, the Prince of Whales began creating the Pavilion in 1787.6 min
Recently refurbished, this museum focuses on Brighton’s history.1 min
Built in 1806, the interior is of slightly newer, Victorian design.55 s
Brighton’s first nonconformist chapel, this flint-walled building is now a pub.1 min
These two pubs have rich histories dating back to the middle of the 16th century.2 min
Black Lion Lane is known for an interesting story about a wager & footrace.3 min
From the junction of Ship Street Gardens & Middle St., turn left & walk to King’s Rd.30 s
The city’s original appeal, its seaside location, remains its main attraction.4 min
Another of Brighton’s famous twittens, Duke’s Lane was built in the late 1970s.51 s
Cross Ship Street & follow Prince Albert Street to Market Street.39 s
This pub is housed in one of the city’s oldest buildings.2 min
The square here is thought to have once been a wharf on a small inlet from the sea.2 min
Built in 1804, this was the home of one of Prince George’s mistresses.3 min
This walk takes around 60 minutes and takes the visitor past the famous Royal Pavilion and Brighton Dome, as well as around the notorious Lanes, taking in the seafront and Brighton’s piers.
NB This tour does not include entry to the Royal Pavilion or provide commentary relating the interior of the building.