Walk westwards along the seafront from Brighton and before you realize it you will be in Hove. Although often incorporated ... More
Walk westwards along the seafront from Brighton and before you realize it you will be in Hove. Although often incorporated into Brighton, Hove insists on maintaining an identity and status of its own. Once a notorious smuggling village, Hove is now home to the fine regency squares of Brunswick and Palmeira and also to the neat seafront Hove Lawns. The beach is always emptier, the promenade wider and life is just that little bit quieter than in loud and lively Brighton. St Georges Street has a range of everyday shops whilst Church Road has antiques and restaurants galore.
A walkway at the foot of the cliffs, starting at Brighton Marina and finishing at Saltdean, on the eastern edge
of the city. The path opened as far as Rottingdean in 1933 and was extended to Saltdean two years ...
Housed in an important Victorian villa, Hove Museum and Art Gallery contains a fine collection of 20th century paintings and
drawings, decorative art and the South East Arts collection of contemporary craft. It also houses the Hove to Hollywood ...
More than 40 fascinating displays, from shrimps to sharks, octopus to eels, housed in a magnificent Victorian aquarium. Sea Life
Centre also boasts England's longest walk through underwater observation tunnel. Youngsters can enjoy close encounters with various species in ...