The perfect British seaside destination, with colourful beach huts and grand Regency buildings...

The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, England

Brighton is one of Britain’s most creative and vibrant cities, offering a mixture of historic architecture, elegant walkways, leafy parks and energetic nightlife.

You’ll find a range of venues and attractions in Brighton city centre, all within walking distance of each other.

Getting here

Brighton is just 50 minutes from London by train and 30 minutes from Gatwick Airport.

Venues in Brighton


Brighton Centre

Brighton Centre

Situated on the seafront, Brighton’s largest venue boasts light, airy and spacious interiors and accommodates up to 4,500 delegates in theatre-style seating.

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Brighton Dome

Located in the Royal Pavilion Gardens, the Brighton Dome is a successful mix of 19th century and modern design. Suitable for events hosting delegates of up to 1,700, its five flexible venues vary from the ornate to light and airy spaces.

British Airways i360

The futuristic glass viewing pod of the world’s tallest moving observation tower will inspire and amaze your delegates. Seating up 175 people, the British Airways i360 offers a fully accessible event space that’s 450ft in the air. Beachfront spaces and meeting rooms are also available.

Brighton Palace Pier

A unique venue for corporate dinners, private functions and conferences is the seaside attraction, Brighton Pier. The unbeatable panoramic coastal views, fairground rides and cabaret package options makes this a memorable venue to hold your event.

American Express Community Stadium

Home to local football team Brighton and Hove Albion, the stadium offers a variety of spaces to suit all types of events. With conference rooms, executive boxes and spacious concourses, the American Express Community Stadium is suitable for exhibitions, trade fairs, corporate receptions and more.

For expert help organising your event in Brighton, contact Visit Brighton