Brighton has gained an international reputation over the past few years for its amazing Graffiti Artwork
Brighton’s love affair with this art form started back in the 80’s with works by Bansky
A copy of Bansky’s Kissing Policemen can still be seen in its original location alongside REQ and Sinna 1’s famous Music Mural
Come along on our Street Art walk and discover works by Aroe MSK, Cassette Lord and the mega talented SNUB23 among others
This is the walk that really shows you cutting edge Brighton and the areas you might not find on your own
Our guided tours of Brighton are an ideal introduction for students in Brighton. Not only will they learn the history of the City but will also get a feel for the buzz of the city and places to see. A great way for students to orientate themselves around Brighton and enhance their language skills.
We specialise in clear English for language students.
English School Syllabus.
Our Walking Tours, Treasure Hunts and Coach Tours are a popular way to discover Brighton for students of all nationalities and ages.
Tours can be linked to the school curriculum at all key stages, please contact us to discuss your School's requirements.
Brighton, then called Brighthemstone, is noted in the Doomsday Book,1086
In the 1550's, during Bloody Queen Mary's reign, Dereyk Carver was burnt to death as he was not a catholic.
In 1750's Dr Russell wrote a Dissertation on the Use of Sea Water in the Affections of the Glands advocating drinking sea water and sea bathing.
The Prince Regent visited Brighton for a cure and was so pleased with its sucess and with the town that he began building the Pavilion.
The Dome was used as a hospital in WW1 for Indian soldiers.
From 1841, when Brighton station opened, millions of visitors have enjoyed our unique city by the sea.
We have plenty more facts and interesting nuggets to share on our tours.