Brunswick Town Trail
Download Trail Venues and Map
To download a pdf file of the Brunswick Town Trail venues and map click here
On page 18 of the printed Brochure the opening times of 7 Norfolk Street (bt10) are incorrect. It is shown as closed on Sunday 13th and Sunday 20th May when in fact it is open on both these days, i.e. on every weekend during the Festival.
On the map on page 15, and the fold-out map at the back of the printed Brochure, the location of The House of Solomon Grey (bt11) is shown correctly, but the road labelled as Norfolk Street is, in fact, Norfolk Road.
In both case, the information on the website is correct.
On the seaside boundary of Brighton and Hove you'll find Brunswick Town, one of the City’s most popular and dynamic regions. Visiting the Brunswick Town Trail, you will meet and see work of a diverse collection of artists and craftspeople living and working within this unique Regency town. You will enjoy a historically and architecturally fascinating trail within the Brunswick Town Conservation Area. The Brunswick Town Trail hosts a vibrant community occupying some of the UK’s finest Regency and Victorian seaside buildings.