Brighton’s artistic locals and unique cityscape offers plenty of unusual and exciting incentive options.
A behind-the-scenes tour of SEA Life Brighton
Groups can see first-hand how the world’s oldest operating aquarium cares for its creatures with an exclusive ‘Behind the Scenes tour’.
This interactive experience is led by one of the venue’s experts who will guide groups deep behind the scenes, giving guests privileged access to working areas that are usually closed to the public.
They’ll learn more about food preparation, breeding programmes and life support systems for the centre’s 3,500 underwater creatures, including sharks, turtles, seahorses, rays and even an anaconda. Plus, they’ll help you organise a beach clean, where guests can give back to this host city.
Group charity skateboard build
Put smaller groups to work designing skateboards with guidance from local graffiti artists.
Each group can then create together some fabulous skateboard designs, which will then be donated to a charity. A quirky and unforgettable afternoon to get the creative juices flowing.
Make a healthy brew of fermented tea
The latest health drink craze is a concoction of fermented tea called Kombucha. This exclusive and interactive two-hour workshop is based in central Brighton and can demonstrate how to make this drink from the Kombucha experts.
It’s an opportunity for groups to learn an amazing new culinary skill, and have fun while they’re at it.
The session includes a tour of the Kombucha microbrewery.
Vintage Bargain Hunt
This half-day activity sees groups explore The Lanes and North Laine (or Lewes) using allocated ‘kitty’ money to purchase items from the various vintage shops.
Get guests into a competitive spirit for a fun valuation by a Brighton Auction Room valuer to determine which team has made the shrewdest purchases.