7 places to visit on a rainy day in Brighton

The British weather can be unpredictable, even in the peak of summer the heavens can open and rain will start to fall. However, even if it is too wet to enjoy the beaches and outside activities Brighton has to offer, there is still plenty for visitors to see and do.

Sea Life Brighton

Home to over 150 different species and nearly 60 separate displays, the Sea Life Brighton is an enjoyable and educational day out for all of the family, no matter what the weather is doing outside.

The British Airways i360

Take cover from the weather outside and take to the skies. The British Airways i360 takes visitors 138 meters up to get a birds-eye view of the city from its glass viewing pod. The views are fantastic on clear days but there is still plenty to see when it’s raining and cloudy.

The Royal Pavilion

The magnificent palace of the George IV is one of the most eye-catching historic buildings in the whole of the UK. Spend a day sheltering from the rain and exploring the majestic palace that is situated next to the sea.

Brighton Toy Museum

A fun day out for all the family, the Brighton Toy Museum is nestled beneath the archways of Brighton Station. The museum is packed with toys, puppets, and models that will intrigue and interest both kids and parents alike.

The Theatre Royal

Enjoy some culture and book a ticket to see one of the family-friendly shows that are held at the South Coast’s best theatre. Family-friendly musical shows are held year-round at the Theatre Royal.

Preston Manor

Soak in some history at this impressive Edwardian Manor. Explore the historic rooms and quarters of the manor, why not take a ghost tour for some extra entertainment and to learn some more of the Manor’s history.

Booth Museum of Natural History

This absorbing museum is home to a host of specimens that have been collected over 300 years. Take shelter from the weather outside and get up close to the amazing exhibits, featuring dinosaur bones, insects, animals, and a magnificent skeleton of a killer whale.

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