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Days Out

We have some great things to do in and around the Brighton & Hove and surrounding areas! Why not have some fun and let us take you there. Family tickets from just £10 on the app or £12 to the driver. You can hop on and off as much as you like in one day. 

Brighton Racecourse Antiques & Vintage Fair

3rd March - 1st December

A friendly Antiques, Vintage and Collectables fair with up to 175+ indoor stalls.

City Sightseeing Brighton
City Sightseeing Brighton will take you on a fascinating whistle stop tour of the city!
South Downs Way
The South Downs National Park is the country's newest national park. It spans over 1600km2 of vibrant wildlife and picturesque views.
Pooh Corner
The picturesque village of Hartfield is the real location of the Pooh Bear stories.
Washbrooks Farm
The farm is family run and there are plenty of animals for everyone to see.
Wakehurst is home to over 500 acres of glorious gardens and woodland.
Penhurst Place
A beautiful medieval manor in Kent dating back to 1341.
Romantic Nymans is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Groombridge Place
Groombridge Place Manor House and its elegant 17th century gardens were used as a location for the 2005 film ‘Pride and Prejudice’.
Ashdown Forest
Ashdown Forest is a beautiful slice of wilderness and rural living that lies between Brighton and Tunbridge Wells.
Spa Valley Railway
Steam and diesel trains on the Spa Valley Railway run through the heart of the Sussex Weald.
Seven Sisters Country Park
Visit Seven Sisters Country Park on the 12X or 13X
Brighton Palace Pier
Opened in 1899 and home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the sea view.
Lewes - filled with antique shops, quaint cafes, bakeries & craft shops. You can also visit Lewes Castle or pop into Anne of Cleves' house.
Royal Pavilion
The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton, England.
Brighton Marina
Brighton Marina centres on the busy yacht harbour, where sailboats moor at the quay. It’s a chic shopping hub with fashion boutiques, gal...
Tunbridge Wells
Home of the great Spa Valley Railway. The wider region is perhaps best known for our splendid stately homes and gardens.
SEA LIFE Brighton
Family-friendly exhibits with a variety of sea creatures.
The i360 is a great view across Brighton
Devil's Dyke
Longest 'dry' valley in the UK. Home to the ruined ramparts of an Iron Age hill fort, a Victorian funfair and some adventurous hang gliders!
Stanmer Park
Breeze up the Downs to Stanmer Park surrounded by quiet, picturesque natural vistas in under an hour.
Ditchling Beacon
Breeze up the Downs to Ditchling Beacon surrounded by quiet, picturesque natural vistas in under an hour.
Amex Stadium
Falmer Stadium, known colloquially as the Amex, is Brighton and Hove's football stadium, home to our premier league side.
Eastbourne Sightseeing
Enjoy a great day out with Eastbourne Sightseeing
Saltdean Lido
Take in the view, go for a swim, dine at the café at Saltdean Lido, the only grade II listed coastal lido in the country!
Komedia Brighton
One of Brighton’s premier live entertainment venues presenting one of the largest, most diverse arts and entertainment programmes in the UK!
Tide Mills Nature Reserve
Although almost nothing remains of the former tide mills buildings, the seafront and beach are still great for a leisurely stroll.
Peacehaven Cliffs
Dive down to the beach under the cliffs for a stretch of peace and tranquillity.
Ross Boats Water Tours
Take a trip with Ross Boats and get the most of what the sea has to offer!
Volks Railways
Ride along Brighton's Seafront on our 135-year-old electric railway, the oldest electric railway in the world still operating!
Brighton Zip
Join the thousands of excited thrillseekers and take on the challenge of Brighton Zip as your adventure for your next visit to the city!
Globalls is Brighton's very own 12-hole indoor golf course, complete with a wonderfully unique games experience - all in stunning UV!
The Beachy Head Story
Discover why this beautiful landscape has been important to people for thousands of years at the free Beachy Head Story visitor experience.
Walks on the South Downs Way
As Britain’s newest National Park the South Downs offers you rolling hills, picturesque villages and ancient woodland.
Bluebell Railway
Steam trains on the Bluebell run through the heart of the Sussex Weald between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park.