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Brighton Marina, Brighton

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2.6/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Constructed between 1971 and 1979 and covering an area of approximately 127 acres (0.51 km2), Brighton Marina features a working harbor and residential housing alongside a variety of leisure, retail, and commercial activities. The marina provides 1,600 berths along with various ancillary services including a boatyard and fuel berth. Discover boat trips, equipment shops, and boat sales. Check out events such as the markets from around the world, Brighton festivals, street performances, live music, craft and food stalls, special guests and speakers, and various kids’ activities, such as face painting. Our Brighton trip itinerary builder makes visiting Brighton Marina and other Brighton attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Its very average down here no beautiful flowers or trees like palms deck Mr Marina Concrete-Slabness. The restaurants are mostly standard chains not taking a step further in terms of presentation or v...  read more »
  • The walk along the water of the marina is lovely. There are plenty of seats to sit and people watch. There is a good choice or places to eat, and a couple of very nice shops, but otherwise it's really...  read more »
  • Needs a revamp. Not very well laid out or sign posted. The map that is there is old and doesn't show correct info. Ok if you want to eat, full of restaurants 
  • A well earned 4. Bowling, terrible casino, cinema, pleasant area, shops, restaurant s, break from town life once you quickly grow tired of the scum that occupy the town centre most nights. Just a quick cycle away (valley and along or up and over Elm Grove/Bear Road!)
  • Plenty of places to go eat to cater for all tastes and formalities. Cinema, Bowling, and water sports during the summer months.
  • The marina has the feel of something that's grown organically rather than built with any plan but it is home to a good selection of chain restaurants and entertainment
  • We walked here from Brighton. We didn't see any boats, it was mostly concrete walkways and construction works. The cinema was OK.
  • Great for a long walk, cinema bawling or grabbing something to eat.
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