UK Sacred Harp Convention

Brighton – 2018

Around Brighton

Things to do in and near Brighton:

Royal Pavilion - George IV's seaside pleasure palace

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery - lots of free exhibitions

Brighton beach - just watch out for the seagulls!

Palace Pier - silly arcade games, theme park, ice cream

North Laine and The Lanes – lots of cute shops/coffee shops. Check out Black Mocha, The Flour Pot or Pelicano for great coffee

i360 (on a clear day)

Brighton Marina and the undercliff walk to Rottingdean – lots of boat tours go from the Marina, for a unique way to see Brighton from the sea

Volk’s Electric Railway

Booth Museum of Natural History - birds, butterflies, fossils and bones


Outside of Brighton:

Stanmer Park – 25 bus (amongst others) goes up to the park

Devil’s Dyke – Bus 77 goes up to Devil’s Dyke. Walks along the South Downs Way, great pub at the top

Ditchling Beacon – Bus 79 goes up to Ditchling Beacon. Amazing views over the downs, and walks along the South Downs Way

Seven Sisters National Park – the Coaster 12 goes from Brighton to Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. Walks, views and wind

Lewes – lovely market town just outside of Brighton, accessible by train or bus. Great walks up the river Ouse, Lewes Castle, Anne of Cleves House, Harveys Brewery


Places to eat near the social:

Mange Tout, Trafalgar Street - £ - French coffee shop/brunch/dinner

Isaac At, Gloucester Street - £££ - High-end seasonal food by local chefs

The Basketmakers, Gloucester Rd - ££ - Good pub grub

Milk no Sugar - Trafalgar Street - £ - Vietnamese & coffee

Bagelman, Brighton Station & Bond Street - £ - Amazing homemade bagels

The Office – £ Gin pub with Thai food

Pompoko - £ Quick, cheap and tasty Japanese food

Fatto a Mano - ££ Wood fired Neapolitan pizza

Alushi - Trafalgar arches - £ - Delcious home-style Lebanese dishes. Vegetarian & meaty