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10 of the Oldest Historic Sites & Landmarks in Brighton

Brighton & Hove, or more commonly Brighton, is well known for its iconic beach, LGBTQ+ culture, and its eccentricity. A quick internet search will produce a number of highlights for visitors such as Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion. Whilst these aspects of the city should not be missed, I take a different approach with my suggestions for things to see in Brighton. This list comprises 10 of the oldest things to visit in and around the city.

Duke of York's Picturehouse

Sea Life Centre

Volk’s Electric Railway

Preston Manor

St Peter’s Church, Preston Park

Preston Park Velodrome

The Cricketers Pub

The Black Lion Pub

St Helen’s Church, Hangleton

Brighton Nudist Beach

Guided Tours of Brighton

Archaeology Travel Writer

Dulcie Newbury

Dulcie is studying for her PhD in archaeology which focuses on gender and queer theory. With a passion for history, heritage, and the role these can play in mental health and wellbeing, she is often exploring new places and writing about them. When she is not studying, she loves to read and travel.

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