Sea Lanes Brighton


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Travel Information

By Bike

Bike hire is available throughout the city with BTN Bike Share and there is a bike hub situated on Madeira Drive. You can also hire bikes from Brighton Beach Bikes  in the Kings Road Arches by Palace Pier. Bike stands are available throughout Sea Lanes for you to lock your bike up.

By Bus

The nearest bus stops in both directions are the ‘Burlington Street’ stops, up on the main road, Marine Parade. The number 14, 14A, 27, 27B, Coaster 12, Coaster 12A, 271, 272, Coaster N12, and the Coaster N14 stop here. You can find the full Brighton and Hove bus timetable here.

From the bus stop, you can take the steps opposite Royal Crescent down to Madeira Drive, or you can take the public lift, situated in Concorde 2.

By Car

Vehicles can only travel eastbound along Madeira Drive with entry from the Palace Pier roundabout, exiting at Duke’s Mound. All parking space on the north side, including those in front of the Sea Lanes, are pay and display operated by Brighton & Hove City Council.

By Train

During the summer season, you can take the Volks Electric Railway from the Palace Pier to the Banjo Groyne, which is just a few minutes walk from Sea Lanes.