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Paint Pots, Brighton | Tourist Information


39 Trafalgar Street
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 4ED

01273 696682

Baby Footprints and Handprints Birthday parties for all ages Team Building Hen Parties Great for foreign language student outings Gift Vouchers for those arty friends you know would love it! OPEN EVERY DAY!

Tourist Attraction Near Paint Pots

End Of Brighton Pier
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Madeira Drive
Brighton, BN2 1

01273 609361

The Palace Pier
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Madeira Drive
Brighton, BN2 1

01273 609 361

Brighton Pier
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Madeira Drive
Brighton, BN2 1TW

01273609361

Check out our Twitter page: http://twitter.com/#!/BrightonPier and our website: http://www.brightonpier.co.uk/ for all the information on Brighton Pier you'll ever need!!!

Brighton Wheel
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Daltons Bastion, Madeira Drive
Brighton, BN2 1

01273 722 822

Visit the Brighton Wheel for stunning, panoramic views of the city's famous landmarks and coastline 50 metres above sea level - and fascinating commentary of Brighton and Hove's heritage.

Brighton Fishing Museum
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
201 Kings Road Arches
Brighton, BN1 1NB

+44 (0) 1273 723064

The Lanes
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
9 Brighton Place
Brighton, BN1 1

1273-294296

The Lanes are a collection of narrow lanes in Brighton, in the city of Brighton and Hove famous for their small shops (including several antique shops) and narrow alleyways.HistoryThe area that is now the Lanes was part of the original settlement of Brighthelmstone, but they were built up during the late 18th century and were fully laid out by 1792 which was after the supposed benefits of sea water had been made public by Dr Richard Russell of Lewes but before the Prince Regent made Brighton one of his homes by developing the Royal Pavilion.BoundariesThe Lanes are commonly taken to be bounded by North Street to the north, Ship Street to the west and Prince Albert Street and the north side of Bartholomew Square to the south. The eastern boundary is less well-defined and can be considered either East Street or Market Street.Meeting House LaneMeeting House Lane is one of the wider lanes which meets with the busy shopping road of North Street and eventually winds around to Market Street. The north end of Meeting House Lane meets North Street a few yards down the road from the southern end of North Laine which is not part of The Lanes.Dukes LaneUnlike many of the other lanes in this oldest part of Brighton, Dukes Lane, which leads off of Duke Street, was a "reproduction street" constructed in 1979 and is relatively new.

British Airways i360
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Lower Kings Road
Brighton and Hove, BN1 2LN

0333 772 0360

Take a flight to the skies and see Brighton and Sussex as you have never seen them before! Glide up slowly to 450ft high to enjoy breathtaking 360° views of up to 26 miles from the world’s tallest moving observation tower and the world’s first vertical cable car, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye. British Airways i360 has a fully enclosed, aerodynamically shaped, futuristic glass viewing pod with room for up to 200 visitors to move around in and admire the views from different angles. British Airways i360 pod houses the Nyetimber Sky Bar, the most unique bar in the UK. The beach building, at the base of the tower, includes The Belle Vue Brighton restaurant; a shop and fully flexible hospitality rooms. Afternoon tea can be enjoyed in the West Pier Tea Room, located in a reconstructed 1866 West Pier toll booth. Follow our story here as it unfolds and on our website www.britishairwaysi360.com As from 3 March 2014 the following comments policy shall apply: Please note that we moderate these pages. This facebook page is written by British Airways i360. You may, offer comment for publication here but in doing so you acknowledge and agree that we are under no obligation to publish any comment submitted. We reserve the right to edit and amend any contribution to make it suitable for publication if we think it appropriate. We reserve the right to delete any comment or block any commentator who we decide is behaving in a disruptive or disagreeable manner.

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
4 Pavilion Buildings
Brighton, BN1 1EE

0844 8472352

Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Real Ice Rink. Viewed by many as the most romantic and beautiful setting for a rink in the country, under an hour from Central London, it set a new standard in Christmas ice rinks for thousands of visitors last year. With the former Royal pleasure palace as backdrop, the 840 square metre rink has space for 260 skaters per session and superb child-friendly facilities, with penguin stabilisers and learners’ area, as well as boots available in sizes from ‘just walking’ with double blades to safe blades for bigger kids. Whether you are bringing the kids for a cake and coffee, dropping by for a drink after work or going on a Christmas outing with the family, we can offer you a good time. https://twitter.com/pavilionicerink

Pavilion Gardens Cafe
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
New Road, Royal Pavilion Grounds
Brighton, BN1 1UG

01273730712

The best open air cafe in Brighton right in the heart of the cultural quarter. Currently in our 75th Anniversary serving our very many regulars with the highest standards of food and drink, quick and great customer service.

Red Box Coffee
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
30 New Road
Brighton, BN11uf

07852992838

Brighton Toy and Model Museum
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
52-55 Trafalgar Street
Brighton and Hove, BN1 4EB

01273 749494

WELCOME to the group for Brighton Toy and Model Museum, a truly extraordinary attraction full of childhood dreams and memories... Looking to revisit your childhood? Want to show your children/grandchildren or even grandchildren the toys you used to play with? Or in turn want to see what your parents/grandparents or even great grandparents used to play with? … … Then you will enjoy a visit to Brighton Toy and Model Museum, home to one of the finest collections of toys and models in the world. Situated under Brighton station, you will find a treasure cove of over 10,000 exhibits on display, including collections of toys from over the last 100 years, period antique toys, examples from the world’s top toy makers plus priceless model train collection. The museum is one of Brighton’s most fascinating attractions and an Aladdin’s cave for the whole family to enjoy! What You Will See: - A priceless model train collection with an extensive ‘0’ gauge working layout - A working ‘00’ model of the Sussex countryside - Tin Plate toys, cars and buses, exotic toys and model ships, large-scale radio controlled aeroplanes and helicopters - Dolls and rare dolls house furniture - Old-fashioned penny arcade games and a working mutoscope, displaying early photographic animation - Many types of construction toys - Soft toys, teddy bears, puppets and toy theatres - Military and Historical dioramas

Preston Manor
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Preston Drove
Brighton, BN1 6SD

Brighton Eye
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Kingsway
Brighton,

01273202020

Attractions/Things to Do Near Paint Pots

LaserZone Brighton
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
76 West Street
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 2RA

(01273) 227744

LaserZone is out of this World! Beyond the Airlock lies a 3000sqft galactic labyrinth filled with swirling smoke, strange sounds, flashing lights... and enemies! Explore our multi-level, fully supervised arena, armed with state of the art laser packs and phasors. Score points by zapping your opponents and destroying their bases. Ideal for birthday parties, family fun, corporate entertainment, youth groups, stag & hen nights & much more. On your own or with friends, from age 6 to 106, it's a blast!

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
4 Pavilion Buildings
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 1EE

0844 8472352

Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Real Ice Rink. Viewed by many as the most romantic and beautiful setting for a rink in the country, under an hour from Central London, it set a new standard in Christmas ice rinks for thousands of visitors last year. With the former Royal pleasure palace as backdrop, the 840 square metre rink has space for 260 skaters per session and superb child-friendly facilities, with penguin stabilisers and learners’ area, as well as boots available in sizes from ‘just walking’ with double blades to safe blades for bigger kids. Whether you are bringing the kids for a cake and coffee, dropping by for a drink after work or going on a Christmas outing with the family, we can offer you a good time. https://twitter.com/pavilionicerink

Painting Pottery Cafe Brighton
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
31 North Road
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 1YB

01273 628952

We've been located at 31 North Road in the heart of the North Laine area for 16 years. Over our two floors we regularly host groups of 1-60, from Baby Days, Children's Birthdays and School Groups to Hen Parties and Team Building events. Come in and paint a special gift for you or someone else! We'll glaze and fire all items for you so that they can be used for years and years to come. If you're interested in making with clay, we also run monthly workshops and weekly Clay Play evenings and Taster Throwing sessions! See our website for more info.

Chocoholly
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
North Road
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 1YD

07780975068

We are located at 17 Brighton Square Brighton BN1 1HD

Brighton Open Market
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Marshalls Row, London Road
Brighton, United Kingdom BN1 4JU

01273 695728