It`s what you know and who you knowPosted on: 13/09/2018
Brighton has the widest range of entertainments of any place in Sussex. The options are enough to confuse even the best organisers looking to get value for money and the best length of activity time for their group.
Take a typical hen party group visiting Brighton for the first time. Accommodation and evening activities are most likely already accounted for, but the daytime is proving more of a problem. One or two activities. longer or short, inside or out, discovering the City or picking a bar.
Black Cat took a moment to do a quick price comparison for you to help you along. Prices are based on group discounts and are per person and may differ if booked on-line/turning up on the day. (group sizes vary)
Sealife Centre..check out the Sharks from £9 each...visit time approx 2 hours.
Brighton Pier..just across the road and a wristband for unlimited rides is £17.50 each.
Brighton Pavilion..a more upmarket visit to look around this iconic palace..£11.70 each.
The i360 will set you back £14.40 for a trip up and back down.
A cocktail masterclass or a pole dancing class will be typically £25 each for a 90 mins session.
Powerboat riding per person is £30 for a 30 min ride.
Raft building and raft races is £42.50/head for a 2 hour session
Hope this helps?!
And a fully personalised Black Cat treasure hunt for a hen party group of 16? ...Well that is currently just £5/head and will provide fun and entertainment for at least 2 hours as you discover Brighton before you finish at a venue of your choice to relax, have a drink maybe and work out which team has won or just tot up your score if you are doing it as one group.
Think you have found your value for money option now?...contact us on email@example.com for latest details and to get your booking under way. Prices for an office awayday are similar and have the option of someone being there on the day to help organise your event.