Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Alternative Valentines Day in Brighton

Well - we know lots of people don't always like to go with the flow in Brighton.

So as Valentine's Day is fast approaching, we've come up with a Top 10 alternative list for something a wee bit different to do in Brighton on the big day.

  1. Get chic with Audrey in Breakfast at Tiffany's at The Duke of York's. Then enjoy a romantic dinner in town…

  2. Take a llama for a walk! If you feel taking a dog for a walk is too passé, then how about taking a llama out instead? Couples can take a special Valentine's Day walk at the Ashdown Forest Llama Park.

  3. Discover the Philosophy of Love at the Brighton Science Festival, as Science writer, Richard Robinson, takes a humorous look at the bewildering stages of love.

  4. Explore St Margarets Church in Rottingdean featuring beautiful stained glass by Edward Burne-Jones, then go for a yummy cream tea.

  5. Enjoy some romantic music from Sussex Symphony Orchestra and help your local hospice.

  6. Visit She Said or Lust for a special cheeky treat for Valentine's night!

  7. Indulge your sweet tooth at Scoop and Crumb – with 50 varieties to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice. Pick from a from a Pink Lady, a Bachelors Kiss or a Really Fruity Sundae...mmm.

  8. Have a smooch in Quadrophenia Alley, a location in the cult film Quadropehnia. To find Quadrophenia Alley, walk along Prince Albert Street to the Town Hall. Walk past the town hall & turn right into Little East Street. Beyond a set of nineteenth century cottages, turn left down a winding unmarked alleyway marked 'To East Street'.

  9. Enter a Mixed Doubles Valentines Tournament at Yellowave Beach Sports and find some love in the air...

  10. Pretend Valentine’s doesn’t exist and go out on the 13th or 15th February instead! Search our What’s On section for some anti Valentine's inspiration…

We've also got some great Brighton Valentine Break ideas too if you're looking for a romantic getaway...



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