As a Blue Badge Tour Guide, I can show you the famous sites and landmarks of Brighton but under her skirts there is a secret Brighton, one that you may otherwise miss and I am keen to share the unusual, surprising and amusing parts that make Brighton such a fascinating city.

Having lived and worked in many countries, I know that the best way to find the feel and the pulse is to put on comfortable shoes and explore.

When I moved to Brighton in the 90's I wanted to know "why was that building there? who built it? what is a twitten? I wanted to know where actors and writers, poets and musicians hung out.

Why has Brighton had such a massive influence on the arts?

Why was Brighton Pavilion built in an Indian style with the most elaborate Chinese interior?

Who was Mrs Fitzherbert ? Who was Prinny?

What's the difference between The Lanes and North Laine?

How did a small fishing village called Brighthelmstone dating from before 1086 become the cosmopolitan vibrant and exciting City of today.

Join us for the alternative way to see Brighton, we have many answers.

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Although we no longer offer specific dates for walks for individuals (apart from those advertised on the website) we always to try to accommodate individuals and small groups so please contact us for availability and prices.


Read what TheTelegraph wrote about the Quadrophenia Walk here




Starting at 10 am 1pm 4pm Futher info

Modern World Café Maderia Drive BN2 1TW ~ map

Brighton Walks is combining with Modern World Village to provide the ultimate Quadrophenia Tour, which will be the bus tour /walk combined. Brighton Walks, pioneers of the original Quadrophenia tour will be your guides on the day



Saturday 10 September


from The Travel Centre in Brighton Station

Further info