Brighton Gardens is a stunning setting to enjoy Brighton, as well as a beautiful and varied array of gardens, museums, attractions, galleries, and restaurants.

Brighton is the UK’s second largest city and the UKs second largest island, with a population of around 9.7 million.

The area has more than 300 national parks, a stunning landscape of lakes and rivers, and a thriving arts scene.

It is home to the National Trust, the National Gallery of Art, the Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Botanic Garden.

With more than 5,000 pubs, restaurants, galleries and bars, Brighton Gardens can feel like any other local town.

With the city’s history as vibrant as its parks, it is the perfect place to enjoy the arts.

Here are a few things to do in Brighton, from local attractions to historic landmarks.

Local attractions and heritage Brighton Gardens and its surrounding countryside has been described as “an old town”, with a rich and varied history that spans thousands of years.

Brighton’s ancient history has been preserved through a series of public works including the Brighton and Hove Bridges and the original bridge that carries the river Thames from London to Liverpool.

The city also has a long history of providing entertainment and recreational opportunities, including the City of Brighton Art Museum.

Here’s a look at some of the most interesting sights in Brighton and their history.

The Art Museum, a National Trust museum, opened in 2005 and features over 40,000 works of art and objects from the city.

This is where you’ll find a range of artworks, including works by the likes of Charles Babbage, Alexander Calder, and Edward Hopper.

The National Gallery is a national treasure, with over 200,000 objects from all over the world.

Located on the former site of the old Hove Canal, the museum features works by more than 100 artists.

The Natural History Museum has a collection of more than 150,000 fossils, with more than 400,000 of them still preserved.

The museum’s collection of fossils includes creatures that have been extinct for at least 200 million years.

A number of the fossils in the museum are on display in an exhibition, called The Fossil World.

In the Museum of Zoology, you can also see the remains of over 20,000 extinct creatures including giant snails, giant pandas, giant elephants and the rarest animal in the world, the tiger.

In 2014, the Natural History Museums Centre opened.

This specialised collection of rare specimens provides a unique insight into life on Earth.

The Science Museum offers an array of educational programmes and exhibits, from science, history and philosophy to art, culture and art history.

There are also a number of exhibits on the history of science, including an exhibition on the origins of life on earth.

Brighton has many attractions and activities to keep you busy, including: The National Maritime Museum features vessels from around the world including the Royal Navy, Royal Navy ships, the Princess Royal and many more.

The Maritime Museum of the United Kingdom (MMUK) houses the world’s largest collection of shipwrecks dating back to the 19th century.

There is also the world-renowned shipwreck museum.

It houses an array a world-class collection of artefacts dating back more than 3,000 years.