13 Fun Things to do in Brighton for Adults
When you're looking for fun things to do in Brighton for adults, you're really spoiled for choice - Brighton is such a fun city to visit.
So here's our top tips for fun things for grown-ups to do in this vibrant city in the heart of Sussex:
1. Brighton Zip
Brighton Zip is a 300-metre long dual zip wire that runs along the beach - so you'll enjoy panoramic views of the sea as you whizz through the air.
Climb the spiral staircase to the platform 24 metres above the ground - will you have the courage to step off the platform attached only to the wire?
The twin zip wire format means you can even race your friends!
There's even a food court where you can buy fish and chips, burgers and more from the Zip Kitchen, enjoy an ice cream from the Gelateria or drinks from the bar.
The Brighton Zip is definitely one of Brighton's most exciting attractions.
2. Upside Down House
You can spend as long as you want - and the helpful staff will help you make the illusion look believable and give you a hand with your group shots too.
3. Proud Cabaret
Cabaret All Stars features world-class musicians, highly skilled acrobats and fantastic burlesque performers, so you're guaranteed a night to remember.
4. Mindful Marbling
Your group will learn the art of suminagashi Japanese ink marbling with designer and marbling expert Lisa Ibbertson.
Lisa found that the technique of marbling is so relaxing that it fits perfectly with the meditative practice of mindfulness.
Each member of your group will go home with unique prints from their suminagashi journey and a new skill they can practice and enjoy at home.
5. The Forge Comedy Club
Stephen Grant has been running a successful comedy club for more than 20 years and he's put all his experience into creating The Forge in a purpose-built venue.
Playing football enclosed in your own personal bouncy bubble is so much fun - if only for the goal celebrations!
As well as football the friendly staff will get you playing other games such as Last Man (or Woman) Standing, Gladiators or Bulldogs to make sure the fun keeps going.
7. The VIB Walking Food Tour
With 7 stops over 3 hours, you'll experience Brighton from a foodie's perspective, hear the stories behind the dishes and, best of all, get to try lots of samples.
Suitable for omnivores, vegetarians and vegans the tour costs £55 each plus booking fee, including all food and drink tastings.
Paintpots offer parties aimed at adult groups including hen parties, birthday parties or other get-togethers.
You're welcome to bring your own food and drink - alcohol is fine - and Paintpots can supply jugs and glasses, and the music. Alternatively, you could have your favourite food delivered from a local restaurant.
9. Pier Pressure Escape Rooms
Your team will race against the clock trying to solve all the fiendish puzzles before time runs out.
Modrophenia takes you back to the 60s with a "mods and rockers"" themed room complete with 60s music, a 1964 pinball machine and even a Vespa scooter - but can you solve the murder mystery before your hour is up?
So why not put a brainy team together and see if you're up to the challenge!
10. Explore The Lanes
The Lanes are the most historic part of Brighton, with some of the alleyways (called twittens) dating back to the 16th Century.
11. Treasure Hunt Brighton
Follow the specially designed route and discover the city's hidden gems as you solve cryptic clues and follow treasure maps.
The Treasure Hunt works just like What's App with maps and clues delivered to your phone.
Best of all, you can take things at your own pace - you can stop for a snack, or a pint, and spend time in the areas you like most.
12. The Brighton Chocolate Tour
Your guide will show you St Bartholomew's Church, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome, North Laine, The Lanes and Brighton's famous Pier, but you'll also hear a brief history of chocolate.
Along the way, you'll stop to sample some of Brighton's finest chocolate-related products whether that's ice cream, brownies, macaroons or even cake - supporting the small independent shops that Brighton is famous for.
13. British Airways i360 Viewing Tower
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Glide smoothly up to 450 feet where you will enjoy stunning views of Brighton and the surrounding area from this amazing observation tower.
The Nyetimber Sky Bar specialises in drinks sourced from local suppliers, so you can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine from a Sussex vineyard, a Blackdown Vodka from the South Downs or a glass of Brighton Gin "distilled by the seaside".
The i360 is powered from 100% renewable energy, and more than 50% of the energy used to raise the pod is recovered as it descends, so it's not just great fun, but green too!
I hope you've enjoyed this rundown of fun things to do in Brighton for adults.
As you can see there's a lot more to this seaside town than Brighton beach and the Palace Pier. There are lots of exciting activities for grown-ups to enjoy, so I hope you have a fantastic time.
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