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IS THIS TRAIL FOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT OR SPECIAL EVENT?

Why not make it even more special by personalising the Trail
  • Change the name of the Trail
  • Add your own front cover photo
  • Get creative with your own back story to set the scene of the mystery
  • And with a Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail you can even change as many of the suspect images as you like with photos of loved ones
  • You can personalise all, or part of the Trail for just £12.99 (additional copies are £6.99)


  • YOUR CASE



    The town's theatre-goers were shocked to hear of the death of Darina Dreamer, the charismatic theatre owner of the ever popular Stage Theatre. Recently she was reported to own the top venue in town with her auditorium bursting at the seams twice a day. Was she murdered by a jealous rival? Solve the clues to uncover the guilty person.

    Brighton Cultural Quarter



    This Trail explores Brighton’s Culture and Regency Heritage sites. You discover the iconic Royal Pavilion, a part of the city’s rich Regency heritage. Your adventure begins at Brighton Pier, also known as Palace Pier. You pass by and through famous performance places of the city’s Cultural Arts. Also along its way the Trail takes you to part of The Lanes, one of the most popular eating, drinking and shopping quarters of Brighton. The final section of the Trail takes you back to the seafront where you experience more of Brighton’s Arts.

    There are many train lines, coach services and bus services to Brighton. Several car parks are located along the seafront east and west of the Pier.

    The Trail is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs. It takes you around the cultural quarter of Brighton and down onto the sea front. We recommend comfortable shoes suitable for a one and a half mile walk.

    Photograph by Frank Bull

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