See a different side of Brighton on this 1.5-hour twilight bike tour of the vibrant coastal city. Perfect for travellers seeking an alternative sightseeing experience, this tour takes you to top Brighton attractions at an atmospheric time of day: see the graffiti-laden back streets of North Laine, capture photographs of the iconic Brighton Pier, and learn about the city’s rich history from your guide. This small-group tour is limited to 10 cyclists in order to maintain an intimate atmosphere.
1.5-hour twilight bike tour of Brighton
Ideal for travellers seeking an alternative sightseeing expereince
Cycle to top Bright attractions such as Brighton Pier, the lavish Royal Pavilion, and Brighton Dome
Pedal along Brighton's picturesque seafront as it begins to illuminate
Your tour begins in front of Unitarian Church, conveniently located in the city center, at promptly 6pm. Here, you’ll greet your guide, don a protective helmet, and receive a short safety briefing.
Start off on a cycle path that winds through Victoria Lawns and the Grand Parade Gardens, two of Brighton’s most scenic outdoor spaces. Continue through the graffiti-laden backstreets of North Laine and then stop in the Cultural Quarter to hear about the Royal Pavilion, a lavish palace commissioned by King George IV.
Then, pedal onto a cycle path adjacent to Brighton’s coastline: beneath the atmospheric cloak of twilight, architectural gems such as the Grand Hotel and Brighton Pier begin to illuminate, endowing a magical hue over the city.
Pass the quaint fishing quarter an the grand Theatre Royal before arriving back at your departure point in front of Unitarian Church.