Brighton makes a great place to walk around, since so many of it's main attractions are all within walking distance of each other. If you're up for hopping on a bike, you also get a great chance for a seaside bike-ride, with tours of varying length, depending on how adventurous you're feeling!
A Blue Badge tour guide, running tours in English and German. Group walks, treasure hunts, ghost walks and a Quadrophenia guided tour of Brighton are all on offer. If you're on a coach, coach guides can also be arranged.
A Blue Badge tour guide, running tours in English, French and German on foot or by coach. You can choose to run North to South, or East to West, or take the general tour. You can also book tours of nearby towns and cities, including Hastings and you can even roll in airport transfers.
A Blue Badge tour guide running 90 minute Brighton tours several times a week, mostly Fridays and weekends. The tour promises an introduction to the visitor and revelations for residents! Fact filled, with plenty of tongue-in-cheek.
Offering two different walking tours, the "Brighton Story" and "Brighton Rock", with the "Brighton Rock" tour being popular with schools and colleges who are studying the book. Tours are available almost everyday.
Not just offering walking tours of the city, you can also book country walks around Brighton, or even combine it with camping or a graffiti tour. They offer day trips from London too, if you're just thinking of coming for the day.
Small group tours in English and German, with an inclusive and sociable manner. You can take the city walk or branch out into the Sussex countryside.
Probably the most distinct of the tours on this list (though all have their own charm). This tour covers all of the most famous Brighton chocolate sights ending in Hove and featuring a lot of chocolate tasting!
A 70 minute walk, run 4 nights a week, except in December and January, with actors and storytellers taking you on a tour of The Lanes haunted history.
At just over 2 hours, this is one of the longest walking tours, but features acting, story telling and paranormal investigation aimed to entertain and scare! The tour guide, Adrian, J Andrews, now features on TV and there is a companion book in the works.
You can turn up to any of the pre-arranged, once monthly tours, or arrange your own private tours on request. Tours of Palmeira mansions (a selection of Grade II listed victorian buildings), the Old Ship Hotel and Brighton Station, or take a tour of Brighton's Seawater or Aquarium.
Offering a Grand Bike Tour that runs for 2.5hours and can be tweaked to cater for families, team building, hen parties, or other private groups. They also offer a 90minute Twilight Bike Tour.
Brighton Greets is a completely free way to get a first hand tour of the city - you just have to book in a time and date and you'll be met by a friendly volunteer for a 2 hour tour of the city!
It's a novel way to explore what living in Brighton is like, through the eyes of someone who lives there.
You can book a greet here!