Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk | Day Out With The Kids

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Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk

  • Brighton
  • Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Tourist Attractions

Attraction Information

Up for a challenge? Muster all your powers of deduction to tackle Tramble App’s Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk. Find clues and solve puzzles to answer 10 questions in just 60 minutes. This will be an hour your family won’t forget in a hurry!

Begin your adventure by the Statue of Queen Victoria in the Victoria Gardens near the Brighton Dome and Pavilions. From there, prepare to explore the breezy seafront lanes and the famous Brighton Pier. However, the true centrepiece is the Brighton Pavillion (remember this when you try to crack the code of this Tramble)!

Use the Tramble trail as start of your day out in Brighton. Enjoy the seaside views, have lunch by the sea and get involved in an array of kid-friendly activities along the Brighton Pier - from arcade games, to crazy golf.

  • Enjoy an adventure trail in breezy Brighton
  • Complete 10 questions in 60 minutes
  • Soak up the beautiful seaside views
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Opening hours

Tramble Walks are self-guided and can be instantly downloaded from the mobile app. Follow the route, solve the questions and see the sights on any day of your choosing. All Trambles are designed to be completed in daylight.

Pricing

Each of the walks are 99p to download from the app

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Victoria Gardens, 12a Marlborough Pl, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1WN, England

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Website

Click here to visit Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

No, there is no parking.

No, there are no toilets available.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk has not told us about their dining options.

Yes, Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk is wheelchair friendly.

Yes, Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk have stated they are pushchair friendly.

Brighton Lanes Codebreaking Walk has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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