Tours start Saturday 6 April and run until Sunday 27 October 2019
The Brighton City Sightseeing tour gives a flavour of the city with an entertaining commentary that provides fascinating facts as the tour bus winds through the streets of Brighton, allowing you to see the iconic tourist attractions and great panoramic views. The City Sightseeing tour offers you the opportunity to sit back, relax and remain comfortable for the entire loop, or you can hop on and off at each attraction.
There are three tours to choose from, the red city tour, blue coastal tour and green country tour. All tours start from Palace Pier on the Seafront.
Red City tour operates every hour from 10am until 5pm, see the i360, Regency square, Hove Lawns, Sussex County Cricket Ground, Palmeira Square Floral Clock, St Anns Well Gardens, Brighton Station, Clock Tower, The Lanes, Brighton Pavilion, Royal crescent, Brighton Marina and Volks Railway. Tour takes 1 hour.
Blue Coastal tour operates every two hours from 10.30am until 4.30pm, see Brighton Station, North Laine, Coastal views, Rottingdean, Saltdean Lido, views of Brighton from Woodingdean and Queens Park Pepper Pot. Tour takes 1 hour.
Green Country tour operates every two hours from 9.30am until 3.30pm, see Clock Tower, Brighton Station, Dyke Road Avenue, Devil's Dyke, Withdean Sports Complex and Preston Park. Tour takes 1 hour.
For map and full times view the City Sightseeing pdf here.
If you live locally in the BN postcode and you want to brush up on your knowledge of Brighton, the hop on board. Residents of the BN postcode can receive 10% off our 2 day tour only ticket upon proof of residency.
|1 Day tickets||2 Day tickets|
|Child (Aged under 16)||£7||£10|
|Senior (Aged 60+)||£10||£14|
|Student (With valid ID)||£10||£14|
|Family (2 adults + 3 children)||£29||£37|
Tickets can be bought on the bus with payment card, cash or via our ticket app
Your ticket can subsequently be used for unlimited travel on all Brighton & Hove services for the period of validity, including to Seven Sisters on routes 12X or 13X or Devils Dyke on route 77.