Things to do2018-12-29T10:59:47+00:00
Booth Museum

Plan Your Visit: Founded as a Victorian collector’s private museum, the Booth Museum now brings natural history to life with interactive displays and ‘hands-on’ activities.

Entrance is free.

Hove Museum

Plan Your Visit: A family-friendly museum with one of the finest craft collections in the UK stepping into a world of toys, cinema, local history, and fine art.

Entrance is free.

Hove Park

Very popular with local residents, dog walkers and runners. The park covers almost 40 acres and features a mix of large areas of open grass, mature trees, flower beds and recreational facilities to include a fantastic children’s playground.

Preston Park

The largest urban park in the city. A perfect place to go whether you want to take part in sports or sit and enjoy a picnic on a summer’s day, Due to its size and location, the park is also used as a venue for concerts, circuses, fairs, family days and other events.

Queens Park

Is set in a sheltered valley, perfect for a short stroll and to relax. At the centre is a large wildlife pond, which is a great attraction for visitors, with waterfowl such as Geese and Moorhens to feed with grain and seeds.

St Anne

A treat for the tree-lover and will appeal to young and old alike. There is a wide range of native and exotic trees giving the gardens their unique character and providing shelter and tranquillity for wildlife.

The Garden Cafe serves the most delicious cakes.

The Level

A very popular community park that has an International-Standard Skatepark/Wheeled Sports Facility in the northern part of the park.

The park has won many awards since its restoration in 2012.