Brighton may be on the south coast, but that doesn’t mean it’s not subject to the typical British weather. Specifically, rain!
Things To Do In Brighton In The Rain
With so much to do there’s no need for the rain to ruin your trip to Brighton. Here are just some of the activities you can enjoy in the city regardless of the weather.
1. Visit The Spa At The Grand
This iconic Brighton seafront hotel has a luxury spa that’s perfect for escaping the rain and relaxing. With a range of treatment rooms, a thermal detoxifying suite and a number of relaxation areas The Grand, Brighton spa is the perfect relaxation centre for the mind, body and soul.
These luxury spa packages start at just £19.50 per person and include a welcoming glass of champagne. You can book online in advance or call the reception to discuss the different options and availability.
2. Take In The View From The Top Of The I360
The I360 is the world’s tallest moving observation tower which gives an incredible view year-round. Thanks to the futuristic glass view design you can admire the whole Brighton region and more than 66 miles of coastline.
You can book to ride the British Airways I360 in advance for just £14.40 for adults and £7.20 for children.
3. Climb High At The Sports Climbing Centre
If you’re looking for a physical challenge during a rainy day in Brighton then look no further than the High Sports Climbing Centre. Both the bouldering and climbing wall areas are suitable for anyone age four and above.
You can read more about High Sports Brighton and find booking information online.
4. Go Inside The Bewilder Box
The Bewilder Box is an incredible adventure game centre in Brighton. It’s Brighton’s most straightforward answer to the Crystal Maze.
The instruction is quite simple, you’ll be completing puzzles and challenges and at the same time competing against the clock in other for you to get out. This is without a doubt the perfect way to spend a rainy day in Brighton!
5. Play Indoor UV Mini Golf Aka GloBall
At Brighton Marina, you can entertain kids and adults alike with this indoors ultraviolet golf outlet – Globall.
You can prebook online or simply arrive and go for the next available slot. Prices are £5.50 per person, with children under the age of 2 going free.
6. Brew The Finest Beer At Dark Star Brewing
Situated just outside of Brighton City Centre, Dark Star Brewing is one of the finest producers of premium beer in England.
Have the unique opportunity of visiting “behind the scenes” to understand how their beers are being brewed with an incredible tour available to adults only at just £10 per person. I recommend checking the tour availability online or by giving the brewery a call in advance.
7. Watch A Film At The Duke Of York’s Cinema
At the Duke of York’s cinema, you can enjoy the latest movie releases with a touch of tradition.
This cinema is more or less of a traditional art house, so sit back and enjoy the perfect comfy seats and even offer of free blankets.
8. Take A Trip To The Old Market
With an impeccable high-quality, diverse programme that includes innovative comedy, live music, great theatre and art, there’s always an exciting moment waiting to be had at The Old Market.
Some of the newest innovations to be added to the listing at this large venue in Hove include “Habitats” which is a jaw-dropping digital forest where technology and nature coincide. It comprises or VR art installations and experiences.
9. Paint A Pot At The Pottery Painting Café
Brighton’s Painting Pottery Café is the perfect place to hide away on a cold and rainy day. Here you can choose from more than 200 various pottery piece to paint ranging from £10 to £40.
Consider learning more about the unique offerings of this incredible Brighton hide-away on The Painting Pottery website.
10. Learn The History Of Literature At The Booth Museum of Natural History
This museum began as the personal taxidermy collection of Edward Booth who had several hundreds of British birds showcased in a recreated natural background. Today, it’s available to view for free in this incredible museum.
If you enjoy reading and learning – especially about history then this is a perfect way to spend a rainy day in Brighton.