From London and the North the easiest way to get to Brighton is to connect via the M25 London orbital motorway.
The Brighton Centre is about 45 minutes once you leave the M25; leave the M25 at junction 7 southbound onto the M23, which later becomes A23 directly into Brighton. The road will continue through the City straight to Brighton Seafront where the Brighton Centre is located.
Brighton and its closest neighbours to the East and West are linked via the A27. This is the easiest route to Brighton from both directions. Leave the A27 via the A23 ramp (signposted Brighton), take the 3rd exit on the first roundabout and 1st exit on the second roundabout, this will join you onto the A23 / London Road directly into Brighton. The road will continue through the City straight to Brighton Seafront where the Brighton Centre is located. As with most cities, parking in Brighton is at a premium so if you wish to drive to the Brighton Centre please be aware that we do not have our own car parking facilities. There are lots of options for car parking surrounding the venue and you can find car park information here.
Brighton is served by direct rail links from many major central London stations and has frequent services from Portsmouth, Worthing, Lewes, Seaford, Eastbourne and Hastings.
For train times and prices visit the Southern Railway website.
Brighton Train Station is centrally located within a 10 minute walk of the Brighton Centre.
Directions from Brighton Train Station to the Brighton Centre: Walk out of the station and head south down Queens Road, when you get to the Clock Tower cross over and follow West Street directly south until you get to the seafront. The Brighton Centre is to the right and less than a minute walk and is situated on Kings Road.
There is a taxi rank situated immediately outside the front of Brighton Station.
Closest airport is Gatwick and is 23 miles away, Heathrow is 70 miles and London Stansted 96 miles.