5 Reasons Why The North Laine Must be Part Of Your Brighton Visit.

5 Reasons Why The North Laine Must be Part Of Your Brighton Visit.

Posted on: 06/04/2021

This Bank Holiday I decided to make some changes to our North Laine treasure hunt in Brighton. This walking treasure hunt takes in some of Brighton`s most interesting and original streets and, as such, qualifies for its` own blog on why it should be on your `must do` list.

1. Street Art
Brighton has developed a big reputation for its street art. Seeing as the North Laine is a key area in the city for this high level of creativity, I decided to get more street art related questions on the route. Check out this link below that features  a street art question early on in the route.
https://www.facebook.com/BlackCatTreasureHunts/posts/4128794917138685

It will be important to keep an eye open on the ever changing nature of this type of question, but you will enjoy the humour and skill presented.

2. Quirky and Famous Attractions:
The North Laine has a measuring stick, lots of Alice in Wonderland references and intriguing shops on route and yet you will be led past the iconic Royal Pavilion too in a link to a Brighton that will feature more regularly in holiday brochures. I believe you should not see one side without the other.

3. Memorable for Memorable Occasions:
I am often asked to pick a start and/or finishing point(s) for personalised treasure hunts such as hen party treasure hunts or teambuilding treasure hunts. I will normally ensure that the North Laine features strongly. From the musicians mural at The Prince Albert to the Cheeky Chappie there really is something for all ages along this route.

4. Accessible:
The North Laine treasure hunt starts in front of the train station. Behind the train station is the best value car park in the city (sadly..I know these things!) and in front of the station is a regular place for lots of buses and taxis to pick up/drop off. So really...whether you are a family or a hen party there should be no problem getting here.
The route itself has one street downhill and one narrow terrace. Both are still manouverable if you are in a wheelchair or with a pushchair. I can always advise on a shortcut if you are unsure.

5. Green and healthy:
.This heading covers all bases. The route has well known vegetarian and vegan food outlets and stores (including vegetatian/vegan friendly shoes). There are the Royal Pavilion Gardens for anyone who has brought a picnic with them and it ends in the Old Steine area of Brighton, where there is another grassed area and seating.  

Time now to book, or check in further detail, our North Laine hunt.
B
ooking for a hen party treasure hunt and would like the North Laine included? Contact us on info@blackcattreasurehunts.co.uk



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