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Visit Sea Life, Brighton car-free
It’s easy to visit Sea Life Brighton car-free.
From Brighton Railway Station, it’s a pleasant 20-minute walk to Sea Life, Brighton, next to the pier. Simply stroll down Queens Road to the seafront and turn left. Or wander through maze-like North Laines for a slightly shorter, picturesque, but more confusing route.
There are direct trains to Brighton train station from: London Victoria (60 mins), London Blackfriars (65 mins), Hove (about 5 mins), Burgess Hill (10 mins), Lewes (15 mins), Haywards Heath (20 mins), Worthing (20 mins), Gatwick (25 mins), Three Bridges (Crawley, 30 mins), Seaford (35 mins), Eastbourne (40 mins), Littlehampton (45 mins), East Croydon (50 mins), Chichester (50 mins), Hastings (75 mins), Portsmouth (85 mins), Southampton (115 mins), Bedford (2 hrs 20 mins) and Cambridge (2 hrs 20 mins). When you travel by train, a Brighton PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel around the city.
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Two (pre-booked) tickets for the price of one for visitors coming by train with a completed voucher.
Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.
About Sea Life, Brighton
Brighton’s Victorian aquarium, designed by the same architect as the iconic West Pier, has become a state-of-the-art adventure where you can trek through the rainforest or gaze into colourful coral reefs. In May 2019, a new Day and Night exhibit opened, the first of its kind in the UK.
For any queries about visiting contact Sea Life, Brighton on 01273 647708 or email@example.com
Address: SEA LIFE Brighton, Marine Parade, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 1TB. Visit Website