Visit Brighton in the winter: Avoid the crowds and find plenty of things to do!
The observation tower!
The British Airways observation tower operates throughout the year. Choose a day with good visibility and you can see fantastic views over Brighton, the Sussex coat and the surrounding countryside. You will glide up to 450 feet in a fully enclosed glass viewing pod.
Brighton Beach and Pier
Walk along the promenade and enjoy the empty beaches. I took this photo in February.
Brighton Pier is open every day of the year (apart from Christmas Day) and admission is free.
Visit Brighton in the winter: The Royal Pavilion Ice Rink
The Royal Pavilion is another fascinating place which is open all year.
Outside each winter you will find a magical ice rink – open to the public each year from early November to mid January.
It’s beautiful, twinkly, romantic and child-friendly… if you don’t want to skate you can enjoy beautiful food in their rink side bar and restaurant.
Brighton may be the UK’s most popular tourist resort for overseas visitors but they must stay when it is warmer! Could the winter be the best time to visit?
The picturesque small town of Steyning is within easy reach of Brighton .. just 10 miles away. Stay in cosy Rosebud Cottage!