More Tours

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Introduction to Brighton

Royal Pavilion

A standard walking tour of Brighton, adapted to your needs.

Ideal for school groups or first time visitors. 



  • the excitement of Brighton Palace Pier
  • the beach and old fishing quarter
  • atmospheric passageways of the 18th century old town
  • traditional local architecture
  • Royal Pavilion (outside only)
  • the exotic Pavilion Gardens
  • street art and graffiti
  • the colourful and funky shops of North Laine
  • brief history of Brighton
  • the city's famous music history
  • life in Brighton today
  • shopping and restaurant recommendations
  • easy English option for overseas groups


Tours across Sussex & South East England

Seven Sisters Country Park, Sussex


As a Blue Badge Tourist Guide, I am trained and qualified to provide walking tours, countryside hikes and coach tour commentaries across Sussex, Surrey and Kent.


Town tours include Brighton, Lewes, Eastbourne, Worthing, Chichester, Arundel, Hastings, Rye, Portsmouth, Guildford.


Available for study groups, educational visits, school groups, awaydays, meetings, conferences, social groups, birthdays, hens and stags, private groups and individuals.


Got a special request? Just ask.

Ghosts and Legends


Brighton is said to be one of the most haunted places in England.


It has a long and rich history, first as a town of sailors, fishermen and smugglers, then as a royal health resort. Its centuries-old pubs, hotels and theatres form the backdrop to a wealth of ghost sightings and local legends.


Based on real historical events, documented eyewitness accounts and local folklore, this tour is an entertaining insight into the psyche of the city. And whether you're a believer or not, it makes for an atmospheric and at times unsettling stroll through the atmospheric alleyways of the Old Town. Led by a costumed guide in character.


How Brighton Changed the World

The first chain-driven safety bicycle was invented in Brighton


Brighton has seen more than its fair share of innovation, invention and imagination.


This walk around central Brighton looks at the history of the city and the contributions its people have made to to such diverse and surprising fields as bicycles, clothes, dinosaurs, music, film, business, politics, holidays and the English language.


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