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Brighton is a delight to explore on foot, with countless attractions out on
the beach and along the piers. Even if it's raining, there are an astonishing
number of curious museums to check out. For a refreshing break from the beachside
hordes, a pleasant stroll around the town centre is rewarding.
Most of the seafront is an interesting mix of shops, entertainment complexes
and hotels. The Palace Pier is an endless array of entertainment, from the cacophonous
Palace of Fun to the Pleasure Dome, and from the state-of-the-art video games
to the fairground rides and karaoke sessions at the end of the pier. Brighton's
architecturally superior West Pier, built in 1866 half a mile west along the
seafront, was damaged in World War II and then fell into disrepair, but is being
restored to its former glory.
Across the road from the Palace Pier, on Marine Parade, is the Sea Life Centre,
one of the best marine life displays of its kind, with a transparent tunnel
passing through a huge aquarium. Nearby, the antiquated locomotives of Volks
Electric Railway run eastward towards the Marina and the nudist beach.
Tucked between the pavilion and the seafront is a warren of narrow, pedestrianised
thoroughfares known as the Lanes - the core of the old fishing village from
which Brighton evolved. Long-established antiques shops, designer outlets and
a concentration of bars, pubs and restaurants generate a lively and intimate
atmosphere in this part of town.
The Royal Pavilion sits ornately in the middle of the main thoroughfare of
Old Steine. Originally built in a classic Greek style, the building was transformed
into an extraordinary confection of slender minarets, twirling domes, pagodas,
balconies and miscellaneous motifs imported from India and China and supported
on an innovative cast-iron frame, creating an exterior profile that defines
a genre of its own - Oriental-Gothic.
Across the gardens from the Royal Pavilion stands the Brighton Museum and Art
Gallery, which houses an interesting collection of classic Art Deco and Art
Nouveau furniture as well as Dalí's famous sofa, based on Mae West's
lips. There's also a large selection of pottery, from basic Neolithic earthenware
to delicate porcelain figurines popular in the eighteenth century.
Brighton's other main museums are the Booth Museum of Natural History, with
an extensive collection of stuffed birds, beetles, butterflies and animal skeletons,
and the Sussex Toy and Model Museum, located in an old stable underneath the
train station, and a delight for children with its range of exhibits.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Premier Travel Inn Brighton City Centre
Belgrave Classic Hotel
Hilton Brighton West Pier
Ramada Jarvis Brighton
De Vere Grand Brighton
Quality Hotel Brighton
Old Ship Hotel
Royal Albion Hotel
Hilton Brighton Metropole
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