It's time for another trail to catch some more Snowdogs and while today's post does feature 5 sculptures they are all fairly close together so you can take things at a more leisurely pace...
While the whole trail is called Snowdogs by the Sea some have a closer view of the sea then others so for today's post we are going for a walk along the prom, prom, prom starting with Snowdog number 26.
We're starting our walk at the Fishing Museum on the beachfront, if you are coming by train then from Brighton Station walk straight down Queens Road & West Street then cross over and then down onto the lower promenade, heading east towards Brighton Pier. If you're travelling by bus then the majority of services include stops at Churchill Square Shopping Centre or North Street so once you get off the bus walk towards the seafront by walking down either West Street or Ship Street.
|26. Bella - Artist: Chris Dawson / Sponsor: OneFamily|
|27. Process Pup - Artist: Josh Ford (The Osh) / Sponsor: Captiv8|
|28. GRRRace - Artist: Mik Richardson / Sponsor: Peter James / Pan Macmillan|
|29. Palace Pup - Artist: Maria & Patricia Shrigley / Sponsor: Brighton Pier|
Of course no trip to Brighton's seafront is complete without a walk along the pier. You'll find shops and bars as well as classic arcade games & funfair rides. If the sea air is making you hungry then there's plenty of food options including the perennial favourites doughnuts, fish 'n' chips and Brighton Rock. Or you can just sit back and relax on a deckchair - after you've seen the Palace Pup of course! Palace Pup reflects the colour and fun of the Pier as well as the unavoidable seagulls.
|30. Under the Sea - Artist: Lynne Bannon / Sponsor: Sea Life Brighton|
After the Pier we're going to take in just one more pooch so head back to the upper promenade and use the crossing to get to the Sea Life Brighton. At the foot of the stairs you'll find 'Under the Sea' another of my personal favourites. You'll see that this cutie has explored the depths of the oceans, in fact she still has her goggles on. Her underwater design features Nemo, Dory, an octopus and seahorses. As we've finished today's trail make sure you go into the Sea Life to see the live versions of these underwater animals - and lots more! You'll also be visiting the country's oldest operating aquarium which features stunning Victorian architecture.
Other places to look out for along the seafront trail area:
- Brighton Music Tunnel
- Brighton City Sightseeing
- Brighton Beach Bikes
- Vivid Palette
- Oh So Swedish
- Palm Court Restaurant
- Riddle & Finns
- The Copper Clam
- Victoria's Bar
- Horatio's Bar & Glitterball Bar
- Brighton Music Hall
- Ohso Social