Welcome to Coastliner 700

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🚍 Southsea

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Portsmouth
13 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier Southsea is one of the largest amusement parks on the south coast and boasts all manner of amusements, rides and activities for all the family.

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  • Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovertravel provides the fastest Isle of Wight ferry service across the Solent and is the world's longest running and only commercial hovercraft operator in Europe.

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  • Southsea Bandstand

    Southsea Bandstand

    Southsea Bandstand

    Free live concerts at the Bandstand in Southsea. Every Sunday during the summer, from 1pm - 4pm, with such a wide range of musical styles there really is something for everyone.

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  • D-Day Museum

    D-Day Museum

    D-Day Museum

    The D-Day Museum is located in Southsea, near Portsmouth in Hampshire, England. Opened in 1984 by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, it tells the story of Operation Overlord during the Normandy D-Day landings.

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  • Southsea Castle Museum

    Southsea Castle Museum

    Southsea Castle Museum

    Built in 1544, the Castle was part of a series of fortifications constructed by Henry VIII around England's coasts to protect the country from invaders. Visitors can enter the tunnels and see how the Castle would have been defended against invaders.

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  • Pyramids Centre

    Pyramids Centre

    Pyramids Centre

    Fun pools with funky flumes, whacky waves and the sidewinder Flumes. Also the Pyramids Play Factory is a three level soft play area with mazes, climbing nets and ball pits.

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  • Southsea Parade Pier

    Southsea Parade Pier

    Southsea Parade Pier

    The Pier on Southsea Seafront has been a huge draw for visitors since the Victorian era. The mix of seaside attractions, performance venue, angling platform and architectural focus point has cemented it in the hearts and memories of generations of visitors.

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  • Blue Reef Aquarium

    Blue Reef Aquarium

    Blue Reef Aquarium

    The unique underwater experience where the wonders of the aquatic world come to life. At the aquarium’s heart is the giant ocean tank where an underwater tunnel offers incredibly close encounters with puffer fish, triggerfish and hundreds of vibrant tropical fish amid the beauty of a recreated coral reef.

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Southsea

Clarence Pier Hovercraft Bandstand D-Day Museum Castle Museum Pyramids Centre Parade Pier

🚍 Southsea

Bus frequency at this stop

The frequency shown is during daytime hours. Please check the full timetable for accurate times.

Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Portsmouth
13 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier

    Clarence Pier Southsea is one of the largest amusement parks on the south coast and boasts all manner of amusements, rides and activities for all the family.

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  • Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovercraft to Isle of Wight

    Hovertravel provides the fastest Isle of Wight ferry service across the Solent and is the world's longest running and only commercial hovercraft operator in Europe.

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  • Southsea Bandstand

    Southsea Bandstand

    Southsea Bandstand

    Free live concerts at the Bandstand in Southsea. Every Sunday during the summer, from 1pm - 4pm, with such a wide range of musical styles there really is something for everyone.

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  • D-Day Museum

    D-Day Museum

    D-Day Museum

    The D-Day Museum is located in Southsea, near Portsmouth in Hampshire, England. Opened in 1984 by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, it tells the story of Operation Overlord during the Normandy D-Day landings.

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  • Southsea Castle Museum

    Southsea Castle Museum

    Southsea Castle Museum

    Built in 1544, the Castle was part of a series of fortifications constructed by Henry VIII around England's coasts to protect the country from invaders. Visitors can enter the tunnels and see how the Castle would have been defended against invaders.

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  • Pyramids Centre

    Pyramids Centre

    Pyramids Centre

    Fun pools with funky flumes, whacky waves and the sidewinder Flumes. Also the Pyramids Play Factory is a three level soft play area with mazes, climbing nets and ball pits.

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  • Southsea Parade Pier

    Southsea Parade Pier

    Southsea Parade Pier

    The Pier on Southsea Seafront has been a huge draw for visitors since the Victorian era. The mix of seaside attractions, performance venue, angling platform and architectural focus point has cemented it in the hearts and memories of generations of visitors.

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  • Blue Reef Aquarium

    Blue Reef Aquarium

    Blue Reef Aquarium

    The unique underwater experience where the wonders of the aquatic world come to life. At the aquarium’s heart is the giant ocean tank where an underwater tunnel offers incredibly close encounters with puffer fish, triggerfish and hundreds of vibrant tropical fish amid the beauty of a recreated coral reef.

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Portsmouth

Spinnaker Tower Historic Dockyard Gunwharf Quay Isle of White Ferry Cathedral

🚍 Portsmouth

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Southsea
11 minutes
Approx travel time to Havant
32 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

    Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

    Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

    Her Majesty's Naval Base Portsmouth is one of three operating bases in the United Kingdom for the British Royal Navy.

    The Naval base is also home to HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860 and the Mary Rose Museum.

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  • Spinnaker Tower

    Spinnaker Tower

    Spinnaker Tower

    Spinnaker Tower is a 170-metre landmark tower in Portsmouth, England, UK. It is the centrepiece of the Gunwharf Quays retail and residential redevelopment. Once on the viewing decks, you can exprience a 350 degree panoramic view of the surrounding area.

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  • Gunwharf Quays

    Gunwharf Quays

    Gunwharf Quays

    Situated within Portsmouth harbour entrance, Gunwharf Quays is home to outlets shopping store, bars and restaurants as well as nightclubs.

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  • Isle of Wight Ferry

    Isle of Wight Ferry

    Isle of Wight Ferry

    The Isle of Wight Ferry carries over 5 million passengers every year, making it one of the UK’s largest domestic ferry operators.

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  • Cathedral

    Cathedral

    Cathedral

    Portsmouth Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Portsmouth. For centuries the Cathedral has witnessed wars and peace, famous marriages, been bombed and rebuilt. Now there stands a building of greatness and of simple enduring beauty.

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Havant

Housing

🚍 Havant

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Portsmouth
32 minutes
Approx travel time to Emsworth
10 minutes

Emsworth

Boat
Flowers

🚍 Emsworth

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Havant
10 minutes
Approx travel time to Southbourne
5 minutes

Southbourne

Housing

🚍 Southbourne

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Emsworth
5 minutes
Approx travel time to Chichester
55 minutes

Chichester

University Festival Fishbourne Roman Palace Cathedral Cathedral Canal Wharf Gate Cinema South Downs Planetarium

🚍 Chichester

Bus frequency at this stop

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Upto every 15 minutes
Approx travel time to Southbourne
23 minutes
Approx travel time to Bognor Regis
27 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • University of Chichester

    University of Chichester

    University of Chichester

    The University of Chichester can trace its origins back to 1839, marking it out as one of the older institutions of higher education in the country. The main campus at College Lane, Chichester and is set in beautiful surroundings, with plenty of green space to relax in and the desirable combination of attractive, historic buildings and excellent, modern facilities.

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  • Festival Theatre

    Festival Theatre

    Festival Theatre

    The festival theatre hosts some great productions including plays, classic dramas, comedies, musicals,event and talks. The theatre also puts on some outdoor promenade performances to add to the experience of visiting the theatre.

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  • Fishbourne Roman Palace

    Fishbourne Roman Palace

    Fishbourne Roman Palace

    Explore the remains of the largest Roman domestic building in northern Europe, admiring the famous collection of in situ Roman mosaics and Britain’s earliest formal garden.

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  • Chichester Cathedral

    Chichester Cathedral

    Chichester Cathedral

    Founded in 1075, Chichester Cathedral with its fine architecture is unique in having a free standing bell tower and double aisles. The green spire rising above the historic city streets can be seen for miles around.

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  • Chichester Canal & Wharf

    Chichester Canal & Wharf

    Chichester Canal & Wharf

    Popular residential area on the canal.

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  • Chichester Gate Leisure Park

    Chichester Gate Leisure Park

    Chichester Gate Leisure Park

    For the complete leisure experience, Chichester Gate Leisure Park is home to is a 10-screen Cineworld cinema, 16-lane Lakeside Superbowl centre, and a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants.

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  • South Downs Planetarium

    South Downs Planetarium

    South Downs Planetarium

    South Downs Planetarium is a 100 seat planetarium featuring presentations in the star theatre as well as the learning centre showing NASA videos, a meteorite display and other children’s activities.

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Bognor Regis

Butlins Hotham Park Hotham Park Miniature Railway

🚍 Bognor Regis

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 15 minutes
Approx travel time to Chichester
23 minutes
Approx travel time to Yapton
17 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Butlins

    Butlins

    Butlins

    Situated in the West Sussex seaside resort of Bognor Regis, Butlins has been the destination for generations of British holiday makers since this camp opened in 1960.

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  • Hotham Park

    Hotham Park

    Hotham Park

    Hotham Park is a beautiful 9 hectare area of park land off the High Street of Bognor Regis. Ideal for games, recreation and picnics - why not spend your whole day here.

    The park is very close to the town centre, Butlins holiday centre, the University campus,and the sea front.

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  • Hotham Park Miniature Railway

    Hotham Park Miniature Railway

    Hotham Park Miniature Railway

    Situated within the grounds of Hotham Park is this miniature railway. Join Boris and his three carriages for a fun ride around the park! Get a 50% discount with your Stagecoach bus ticket! A family of four would need to present 2 adult tickets plus 2 child tickets to get the discount on all four family members. The Railway is normally open April - End of October - Weekends, School holidays, & Bank Holidays.

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Yapton

Flying Fortress
Alternate journeys run direct via A259

🚍 Yapton

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Bognor Regis
23 minutes
Approx travel time to Littlehampton
11 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Flying Fortress

    Flying Fortress

    Flying Fortress

    The Flying Fortress is a family entertainment centre for all the family to enjoy. The playframe is in the shape of an aeroplane and includes soft play areas for toddlers, Mirror Mazes and Racing Slides.

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🚍 Arundel

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 30 minutes
Approx travel time to Yapton
10 minutes
Approx travel time to Littlehampton
23 minutes

Littlehampton

Arundel Castle Wildfowl and Wetland Centre Funfair Seaside
Arundel

🚍 Littlehampton

Bus frequency at this stop

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Upto every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Arundel
18 minutes
Approx travel time to Rustington
13 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Harbour Park Amusements

    Harbour Park Amusements

    Harbour Park Amusements

    This family park features traditional fairground rides both indoor and outdoor, from carousels to dodgems to teacups.

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  • Look & Sea Visitor Centre

    Look & Sea Visitor Centre

    Look & Sea Visitor Centre

    Situated on the banks of the River Arun, the Look and See visitor centre is home to the Littlehampton Experience Heritage Centre, Harbour lights Café and Restaurant. From the observation tower you can see a full 360 degree view of the coast, The South Downs and the local area.

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  • Haskins Garden Centre

    Haskins Garden Centre

    Haskins Garden Centre

    A friendly welcoming awaits at this Garden Centre where help and expert advice is given on all your gardening requirements.

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  • Arundel Castle

    Arundel Castle

    Arundel Castle

    Set in 40 acres of sweeping grounds and gardens in West Sussex overlooking the River Arun, Arundel Castle is home to priceless works of art, includings paintings, tapestries, sculptures heraldry and armour.

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  • Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre

    Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre

    Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre

    Set in tranquil West Sussex countryside bordered by the River Arun and overlooked by Arundel Castle, this is home to a varied collection of international wildfowl, many of them under serious threat in their native countries.

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Rustington

Pier

🚍 Rustington

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Littlehampton
12 minutes
Approx travel time to Worthing
44 minutes

🚍 Durrington

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 0 minutes

Worthing

Durrington
Connaught Theatre Shopping Pavillion Theatre Seafront Pier

🚍 Worthing

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Rustington
44 minutes
Approx travel time to Lancing
9 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Shopping

    Shopping

    Shopping

    Shopping in Worthing is a real delight, with safe, pedestrianised streets and covered shopping centres you’ll find over 400 retail stores in the town centre as well as plenty of opportunity to take the weight off your feet and enjoy some refreshment.

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  • Connaught Theatre

    Connaught Theatre

    Connaught Theatre

    Built in 1914 this theatre hosts a number of productions throughout the year and includes a 2 screen cinema.

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  • Seafront

    Seafront

    Seafront

    With 5 miles of palm-tree lined promenade and the exciting new Splash Point, Worthings seafront is centred around its historic Pier.

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  • Worthing Pier

    Worthing Pier

    Worthing Pier

    Generations of locals and visitors have enjoyed an ice cream or two along the deck on Worthing Pier which includes a night club and the Pavilion theatre.

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  • Cinema

    Cinema

    Cinema

    This stunning Edwardian cinema, having recently celebrated its centenary, has been fully restored to its former glory and is once again open to the public.

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  • Pavilion Theatre

    Pavilion Theatre

    Pavilion Theatre

    The Pavilion Theatre is situated on the promenade end of Worthing Pier. The Theatre was built in 1926, and has a high decorated proscenium archway over the stage, giving a unique and regal elegance.

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Lancing

Housing

🚍 Lancing

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Worthing
10 minutes
Approx travel time to Shoreham
11 minutes

Shoreham

🚍 Shoreham

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Lancing
9 minutes
Approx travel time to Portslade
12 minutes

Portslade

Housing

🚍 Portslade

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Shoreham
12 minutes
Approx travel time to Hove
5 minutes

Hove

Cafe Culture
Cafe
Houses
Lagoon

🚍 Hove

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Portslade
5 minutes
Approx travel time to Brighton
9 minutes

📷 Nearby attractions

  • Cafe Culture

    Cafe Culture

    Cafe Culture

    Café culture in Hove is a world in itself. Relax with a tasty shake in one of the more laid back cafes in Hove.

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  • Lagoon

    Lagoon

    Lagoon

    Hove Lagoon is a truly unique watersports location. With a sheltered shallow lagoon for beginners and the sea nearby, it is one of the best watersports venues in the UK.

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Brighton

Shopping (North Laines) Royal Pavillion Royal Pavillion Sea Life Centre Wheel Wheel Brighton Pier Brighton Pier Seafront

🚍 Brighton

Bus frequency at this stop

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Every 10 minutes
Approx travel time to Hove
12 minutes

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  • North Laine

    North Laine

    North Laine

    A unique and vibrant shopping area featuring independent traders offering clothing, fashion, gifts, arts & crafts . The area is also home to a number of pubs, bars and cafes.

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  • Royal Pavilion

    Royal Pavilion

    Royal Pavilion

    The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1822 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles. The Royal Pavilion (formerly the seaside palace of Prince Regent (George V) houses furniture and works of art including original pieces lent by HM The Queen and a magnificent display of Regency silver-gilt. The Pavilion gardens, have recently been returned to their original Regency splendour.

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  • Sea Life (Brighton)

    Sea Life (Brighton)

    Sea Life (Brighton)

    Brighton Sea Life Centre is located centrally along on Brighton's seafront and is the world's oldest operating aquarium. The Brighton SEA LIFE Centre offers a great day out for all the family, whatever the weather. SEA LIFE Brighton is home to over 1,500 creatures and 50 mesmerising marine displays. There is also an underwater tunnel where you can watch giant turtles and sharks glide above you.
    You can also enjoy a ride on the UK’s first Glass Bottom Boat, have a fascinating Behind the Scenes Tour and join in with our free interactive rockpool experience where you can touch crabs and starfish.

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  • Brighton Wheel

    Brighton Wheel

    Brighton Wheel

    Tale a voyage into the sky and see stunning, panoramic views of the Brighton's famous landmarks and coastline in this 12 minute ride - includes a commentary of Brighton and Hove's heritage.

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  • Brighton Pier

    Brighton Pier

    Brighton Pier

    A Victorian pier with various food and drink outlets, fairground attractions and Palace of Fun arcade.Palm Court Fish Restaurant, Victoria's bar and Horatio's bar. With a choice of bars and our famous fish and chip restaurant, Brighton Pier makes it a day to remember!

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  • Seafront

    Seafront

    Seafront

    Brighton & Hove seafront is the city's largest entertainment venue offering 11km of entertainment and activities many of which are free. The seafront is managed by the Seafront Office.

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  • Theatre Royal

    Theatre Royal

    Theatre Royal

    The Theatre Royal hosts a number of star studded West End production throughout the year, including drama, comedy, musicals and great family entertainment.

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  • Brighton Dome

    Brighton Dome

    Brighton Dome

    Brighton Dome is part of the historic Pavilionand and hosts live music, dance, theatre, comedy and family events. Other venues include the Corn Exchange and the Brighton Dome Studio.

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  • Churchill Square

    Churchill Square

    Churchill Square

    Treat yourself to some retail therapy at the modern Churchill Square shopping Centre in Central Brighton.

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