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Welcome to the home of the only regular FREE Brighton Tours. Many tours charge in advance without you knowing if they are worth the price. At Real Brighton Tours you need not worry. At the end of your FREE Brighton Walking Tour YOU choose how much you think the tour is worth and YOU choose if you want to pay it. What’s more a part of whatever you give will go to a local home... More »
Welcome to the home of the only regular FREE Brighton Tours. Many tours charge in advance without you knowing if they are worth the price. At Real Brighton Tours you need not worry. At the end of your FREE Brighton Walking Tour YOU choose how much you think the tour is worth and YOU choose if you want to pay it. What’s more a part of whatever you give will go to a local homeless charity. You will be shown around the city with Brighton born and bred Nat on a tour that is a far cry from boring history classes and will appeal to locals and tourists alike. Register now to guarantee your place.
About the tour
Not suitable for children under 15 or people of a squeamish nature, the FREE murder tour dares you to investigate an age when Brighton was known as the ‘Queen of Slaughtering places.’ Can you follow the killer’s trail when the body no longer exists? Would a woman confess to a murder she never committed? Could a calculated poisoning spree be the act of an insane person?
Learn why you should visit an execution, how to avoid being sentenced to death and why it's not just calories that make chocolates bad for you. The first murderer to have a 'wanted' portrait in the paper, the best evidence removal in British history and the worst attack on the government in 400 years. You would be very wise to investigate.
Things to most watch out for:
The Brighton trunk murders
The chocolate cream killer
The 'vampire' murderer
The Brighton bombing
Your tour guide!
Availability: Please check the calendar for availability. Tours run rain or shine.
Hours of darkness: Please note in summer it can take until about 9:30pm until it gets dark. Friday night tours are later for those who want to ensure part of their tour is in darkness.
Arrival: Please arrive before hand as the tour will begin at the advertised time.
Distance: Approximately 1.6 kilometres/1 mile.
Clothing: It is often colder on the seafront than inland so please wear appropriate clothing. It’s also a good idea to check the weather forecast and bring waterproofs if its forecast to rain.
End place: Brighton Seafront opposite The Grand Hotel.
How to find the guide: I will be holding a Real Brighton Tours sign.
Access: This tour is accessible for people in wheelchairs (check narrow lanes.
Large groups: If you have more than ten people in your party then please contact me about private tours.
Booking: If you cannot select a date in the future this could be because booking is not yet possible.
Charity supported: The homeless charity supported by the tour is called Off the Fence.
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