The Cascade, The Rockery Park, Brighton
In front of Preston Park is located an award-winning garden called The Rockery Set among a beautiful backdrop of ornamental trees such as Handkerchief trees and Foxglove trees, the garden offers many different areas to explore. This is the only place where you can admire the waterfalls all over Brighton. Around each corner there’s a new area to discover, whether that’s a small patch of secluded grass or the stunning views across north Brighton from the very top of the garden.
Hove PARK Miniature Railway
In a hidden corner of the Hove Park you can admire 610 – metre – long miniature railway which dates back to 1950s. It’s possible both ride on the train or just watch it in action. Close to the railway you can find a piece of public art created by Chris Drury entitled Fingermaze.
Sacred Heart Church, Hove
The church of the Sacred Heart has one of the most fascinating and beautiful interiors in the city. Inside you can find an impressive collection of art work, sculptures, stained glass and frescoes. The Grade II-listed Church of the Sacred Heart is the oldest of Hove’s three Roman Catholic churches and dates back to 1880.The church is open just few days in a year, during the Brighton Fringe Festival
South Downs National Park
South Downs National Park is located just 10 minutes from the centre of Brighton and at 90 acres it’s one of the largest local nature reserves in the city. Its landscapes cover 1,600km2 of stunning views. Recognised for its natural beauty the South Downs are literally a stone’s throw from Brighton & Hove and are easily accessible by bus, bike or car. It offers everything a rambler would expect to find on a walk through this typical undulating Sussex countryside, including birds and butterflies. The famous Hollingbury Hillfort offers some of the best views over the South Downs.