Free Best of Brighton Walking Tour

Meet: Outside Al Duomo 

(Restaurant), BN1 1EE

Price: Free (tips based) 


Wed - Sun 11am

Language: English  

Why was Brighton’s palace built like an Indian mosque? How did two women marry in 1923? Why did tourists drink sea water and even mix it with milk? Wives for sale, a railway in the sea, a useless king and a war hospital with chandeliers, the Free Brighton Walking Tour has it all. Plus see the universe’s oldest electric railway, the world’s first vertical cable car and England’s most instagrammed sight outside of London.  


  • The Royal Pavilion 

  • The Dome Theatre 

  • The Lanes 

  • The Old Steine 

  • Volk’s railway 

  • Brighton Palace Pier 

  • The West Pier 

  • Brighton i360 

Covid-19: Your guide will be wearing a visor for your safety. People are free to wear masks if they wish to. 

Please only come on the tour if you are free from the following symptoms: high temperature, new continuous cough, loss of or change in your normal sense of smell or taste, and have not tested positive for COVID-19. Please also refrain from attending the tour if you have, in the last 10 days, been in contact with anyone with these symptoms or has tested positive for COVID-19. If this means you are not able to come, please let me know as soon as possible.

If the tour guide develops these symptoms or has been in contact with someone who has them or has tested positive for COVID-19, the tour may need to be cancelled at late notice.

Meeting Point

Outside Al Duomo Restaurant, Pavilion Buildings, BN1 1EE. (off North Street.)


  • Availability: Please check the calendar for availability. Tours run rain or shine.  

  • Arrival: Please arrive before hand as the tour will begin at the advertised time. 

  • Distance: Approximately 2 kilometres/1.3 miles.  

  • End place: Brighton Seafront opposite Jury’s Inn.  

  • How to find the guide: I will be holding a Real Brighton Tours sign. 


  • Clothing: It is often colder on the seafront than inland so please wear appropriate clothing. It’s also a good idea to check the weather forecast and bring waterproofs if its forecast to rain.  

  • Access: This tour is accessible for people in wheelchairs.


  • School groups of under 18s: Are unfortunately not allowed on the free tours. Please contact me for private tours. 


  • Large groups: If you have more than ten people in your party then please contact me about private tours. 


  • Charity supported: The homeless charity supported by the tour is called Off the Fence.  

  • Any other questions please feel free to contact me:


Why Book?

Booking guarantees you a space on the tour. It's free and only takes a couple of minutes.