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Tourist attractions in our region

Brighton Pavilion
East Sussex
(Credit: Lee Wilkins)

East Sussex

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10 SEP 2015

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10 Sep 2015 | 23:01

The Victoria Gardens is a pleasure ground that opened to the public on 22nd June 1897, the date of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.
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10 Sep 2015 | 22:36

These beautiful Regency gardens provide a green haven in the heart of town and feature a mix of native, Chinese, and Indian plants. The breathtaking Royal Pavilion sits within them.

24 APR 1998

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24 Apr 1998 | 23:14

Volks Electric Railway is the oldest operating electric railway in the world. Running since 1883, it travels eastwards from just past the Sea Life Centre for 1.64km (1.02mi).

20 MAR 1998

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20 Mar 1998 | 22:39

At 19 New Church Road is the Hove Museum of Art. It features collections of British paintings, toys, and local film pioneers.

03 JAN 1998

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03 Jan 1998 | 22:56

The Grange
BRIGHTON
At Rottingdean you will find The Grange. Now a museum, it contains some belongings of (Joseph) Rudyard Kipling (1865 – 1936) who lived nearby. There is also a toy collection, items of local interest, and other temporary exhibitions.

26 JUL 1997

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26 Jul 1997 | 22:45

The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence built as a seaside retreat for George IV (1762 – 1830). Inside you will find a spectacular collection of beautiful items acquired over the years.

15 MAR 1997

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15 Mar 1997 | 23:28

Booth Museum
BRIGHTON
In Dyke Road you will find Booth Museum. This features British birds and world butterflies. There are also minerals and fossils, including dinosaur bones and skeletons.

14 MAR 1997

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14 Mar 1997 | 22:39

At Preston you will find Preston Manor. This opulent Edwardian house features collections of furniture, portraits, and family memorabilia.

08 MAR 1997

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08 Mar 1997 | 23:15

The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier opened in May 1899. Generally known as Palace Pier for short, its owners informally renamed it Brighton Pier in 2000. This pleasure pier features a wide range of family amusements, restaurants, and bars. It is now Brighton’s only non-derelict pier.
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08 Mar 1997 | 23:05

On Marine Parade is the Sea Life Centre. It features one of the country’s largest collections of marine creatures. These include stingrays, catfish, conger eels, octopuses, and British sharks. There are also rock pools, feeding displays, and informative talks.

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