Visitor Information Centre

Visitor Information Centre

Visitor information centre in Brighton.

If you require a general information about Brighton – guides, places to stay and visit, contact:

Visitor Information Centre
Royal Pavilion Shop
Royal Pavilion
4-5 Pavilion
Buildings
Brighton
BN1 1EE

Tel: 01273 290337

Email: visitor.info@visitbrighton.com

Fax: 01273 292594

Opening Hours:  Monday – Saturday – 10:00 – 17:00

During the summer: also Sundays and Bank Holidays 10:00 – 16:00

There are also two Visitor Information Points. First one at the Brighton Toy & Model Museum, open on Tuesday-Friday from 10:00-17:00 and on Saturday from 11:00-17:00 and it is situated at 52-55 Trafalgar Street, near Brighton Station and second one at Brighton Pier,open every day of the year except Christmas Day and is in the centre of the city.

Both offer a lots of leaflets and information. Kind staff is always happy to help, offering basic advice.  If you have more complex requests for things like accommodation and transport tickets you will be directed to the main Visitor Information Centre.

Brighton Bike Train

Brighton Bike Train

The BIKE TRAIN is a project called Lewes Road for Clean Air supported by The Argus – Sport Relief Community Cash Awards, The Big Lemon Bus Company and Team Green Britain Bike Week.

By creating visible, fun group rides, this project hopes to make it easier for more people to commute by bike along the Lewes Road and reduce traffic-related air pollution and CO2 emissions.

The Bike Train is departing from The Level at 8:30 and 9:30 every weekday in the morning, going to Sussex University and going back at 17:45 returning to The Level. You can join or leave train whenever you like.

There are couple of bike events coming up such as White Nights on 29th October and Lewes Bonfire Night on 5th November. There are also  bike rides to Varndean, Dorothy Stringer and Patcham Schools on Fridays.

Route and timetable

Route in the morning:

The Level  at 8:30, Vogue Gyratory – Sainsbury’s at 8:35, Brighton University – Cockcroft & Mithras House at 8:40, Railway Bridge – Moulscoomb Primary School at 8:45, Coldean Junction  – Falmer School Turn Off at 8:50 and Sussex University at 8:55

Route in the afternoon:

Sussex Univeristy at 17:45, Coldean Junction – Aldridge Academy turn off at 17:50, Railway Bridge – Moulscoomb Primary School at 17:52, Brighton University – Cockcroft & Mithras House at 17:55, Vogue Gyratory – Sainsbury’s at 18.00, The Level at 18:05

You can get involved by contacting Duncan on 07944 152706 or Sama on 07854 459977.

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Brightona

Brightona – 2011

Bikes, quads, scooters, custom show, bands, hot rods, stalls, wall of death and much more you can see  on 9th of October 2011 in Madeira Drive in Brighton on the event – BRIGHTONA. This Sunday every single space of the city will be taken by motorbikes. Around 5000 motorbike owners will be presenting their biggest love, their amazing motorbikes and passion for them.

There will be a lot of competitions such as Best Bike in Show, Best Custom Bike but also Best Hot Rod and more as well as performances on two outside stages and a lot of stalls. This event is supporting The Sussex Heart Charity and is sponsored and run by Harrison BILLET. From year 2003 they have  raised a total of £103,000 for  life saving equipment to improve the lives of hundreds of people.

If you want to entry with your motorbike donation will be only £5, all donations are welcomed. You can as well get involved as a volunteer. So come and enjoy lovely day with Brightona motorbike festival.

You may like to read: Brightona 2015

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