The city of Brighton and Hove (made up of the towns of Brighton and Hove) on the south coast of England, UK has a number notable buildings and landmarks.
Buildings and structures
Brunswick estate and Embassy Court.
- American Express Community Stadium, the home of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club
- Bedford Hotel, the present building being a replacement for one of Brighton's oldest and grandest hotels
- Brighton Centre, a concert venue and conference centre known for hosting conferences for many of the major political parties of the UK
- Brighton Marina
- Brighton Pier (also known as Palace Pier, and as Brighton Marine Palace and Pier)
- Brighton railway station
- The British Engineerium
- The Brunswick estate, Hove (a Regency housing development)
- Churchill Square, the largest shopping centre in Brighton
- The Clock Tower, a prominent landmark between Brighton Station and the seafront
- The County Ground, home of Sussex County Cricket Club
- Duke of York's Picture House, the oldest continuously operating cinema in Britain
- Embassy Court, a starkly modernist 1930s design adjacent to Regency Brunswick Terrace; was a prototype for a proposed redevelopment of the entire seafront. Was refurbished in the mid-2000s.
- The Grand Hotel
- The Hanbury Arms incorporates as its ballroom a former mausoleum in an Indian architectural style, built for Edward Sassoon
- Hove railway station
- Kemp Town (a Regency housing development)
- The Lanes, an area of Brighton known for its small, twisting series of pedestrianised streets housing a large number of independent shops
- Marine Gate, a 1930s apartment block in the International/Modern style on the eastern approach to Brighton.
- The Metropole Hotel
- The New England Quarter
- North Laine, sometimes incorrectly referred to as "North Laines", North Laine is a group of streets known for a large number of independent and bohemian shops
- The Pylons, a pair of three-sided stone pillars either side of the southbound A23 road marking the boundary point of Brighton, and carrying a message of welcome for visitors
- The Regency Town House
- The Royal Pavilion
- Sassoon Mausoleum
- Stanmer House
- The University of Sussex, a radical 1960s campus design by Sir Basil Spence, some of which is listed
- The West Pier
- The Western Pavilion, self-made home of prolific local architect Amon Henry Wilds, son of Amon Wilds and sometime working partner of Charles Busby
- White Lodge, The Cliff, Roedean; an atypically small house by Sir Edwin Lutyens, built for Victoria Sackville-West
- Withdean Stadium
Churches and places of worship
This is a small list of the most notable. See also List of places of worship in Brighton and Hove.
Parks and other open air attractions
Proposed and/or planned
- The i360 (a.k.a. The Brighton Eye)