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Best Parks in Brighton

Expert recommended Top 3 Parks in Brighton, UK. All of our parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!

PRESTON PARK

Preston Road, Brighton BN1 6SD Directions

Since 1884

Tennis Courts, Walled and Rose Gardens, Basketball Court, Open Space, Children's Playground, Softball Pitch, Slides, Orienteering, Football Pitches, Cricket Fields, Bowling Greens, Rounders, Stoolball Pitches & Swings

Preston Park is the largest urban park in Brighton. The park used as a venue for concerts, circuses, shows, family days, and other activities. It has a lovely roadside rockery, 2 x cafes, tennis courts, gym, cycle track, charming pubs nearby, and close enough to enjoy a stroll in the popular Brighton Laines. The park also serves lunch, cakes, and snacks for your refreshments. Dogs are welcome to access all areas.

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QUEENS PARK

25 West Drive, Brighton BN2 0QU Directions

Since 1915

Tennis, Tennis Courts, Cafe, Toilets, Open Space, Orienteering, Slides, Wildlife Garden, Grade 2 Listed Clock Tower, Dog Walkers, Children's Playground & Walking Area

Queens Park provides a new observation point over the water and improves the experience of interacting with wildlife. The park has a great attraction for visitors, with waterfowl like Geese and Moorhens. There are cycle lanes available at the park. The park consists of a wide range of plants maintained by a local herbalist who runs workshops in the garden.

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THE LEVEL

Union Road, Brighton BN2 9SY Directions

Since 2013

Elm Trees and Butterflies, Conservation, Events and Activities, Children’s Play Park, Table Tennis, Cafe, Sports and Games, Community Rooms, Restored Picnic Lawns, Toilets, Walking Area, Rose Walk, Skate Park, Slides, Sensory Garden & Cycling

The Level park has a large and nationally important elm tree collection which supports a colony of White-letter Hairstreak butterflies. It provides a wide range of exciting play equipment suitable for all ages and abilities. Schools and registered educational groups can book their curriculum-linked school resource box free for onsite use. Amazing Buggy fitness classes are available.

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