15 December - 23 December 2023,
One Garden Brighton, Stanmer Park

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Plan your Visit

We’re thrilled to welcome you to The Brighton Lights very soon, where magical moments await! As you prepare for the experience, we want to ensure you have all the information you need to make your visit amazing. Scroll down for everything you need!

How to find us

One Garden Brighton
Stanmer Park
Lewes Road
Brighton
BN1 9SE

Dates and Times

Friday 15th December – Saturday 23rd December
Daily from 4pm – 8.15pm
First ticket entry 4pm – last entry at 8.15pm

Please arrive at your scheduled arrival time on your ticket.

Experience Time
The Brighton Lights event experience will take up to approximately 1 hour + 30 minutes.

Travel the Greener Way

Join us in our commitment to sustainability by opting for eco-friendly transportation methods. Consider using public transport, cycling, or carpooling to reduce your carbon footprint. 

We do not advise walking from Stanmer Park entrance gate. The walking route to get to One Garden Brighton is very dark.

Please use our shuttle bus service, and be patient with our bus drivers. They are coming, you will get there. Your ticket time will always be valid.

Scroll down for more travel information.

Getting Here

BUS

The following buses: 5b, 23, 25, 28, 29, N25 will be operational and will stop at ‘Falmer Station Stop’ subject to their timetable, you can view the timetable here.

TRAIN

For those taking the train to Falmer Station, plan your train journey here

From Falmer Station: walk under the underpass to our shuttle bus stop. Please see the link here for the bus stop.

CAR

The Brighton Lights is located just off the A27 between Brighton and Lewes, follow signage from the main road.

Parking is available at One Garden Brighton and by Stanmer Church. These are pay for parking spaces, provided by Brighton & Hove City council. Download the PayByPhone app to pay for parking. Disabled bays are also available, as well as electric car charging points.

Additionally, please utilise the car parks by the entrance to Stanmer Park and take advantage of our free shuttle bus service to get to One Garden Brighton.

BIKE

Allow around 25 minutes to cycle to One Garden Brighton from the centre of Brighton. Stanmer Park has ample bicycle racks for storage whilst you explore The Brighton Lights. This is the cheapest and most sustainable way of getting to us.

SHUTTLE BUS

A shuttle bus service will be available, running every 20 minutes. The shuttle bus is accessible.

From Falmer Station:
Walk under the underpass to our shuttle bus stop. Please see the link here for the bus stop.

From Stanmer Park entrance:
By the lower lodges Car Park.

All bus stops will have ‘The Brighton Lights’ bus stop signs.

The shuttle buses will be running guests back to these stops after your experience, every 20 minutes. The shuttle bus is accessible.

Please bear with us on timings. The buses are doing round trips so wait times may be subject to change. Your tickets will always be valid for the day you have booked.

Parking

Download the PayByPhone app to pay for parking. Disabled bays are also available, as well as electric car charging points.

Additionally, please utilise the car parks by the entrance to Stanmer Park and take advantage of our free shuttle bus service to get to One Garden Brighton.

The Event

We’ve thoughtfully provided various facilities to ensure your comfort and convenience. From restrooms to seating areas, we strive to create a welcoming environment for all attendees.

We have accessible toilets, including a changing places toilet on site. Potty seats and step stools will be provided in all toilets and we have a dedicated parents and carers room, with a microwave and seating.

Friendly Team with Fairy Lights: Our team will be adorned with fairy lights, making them easy to spot for any assistance you may need.

Food and Drink: An array of food and drinks will be available on-site.

Live Music Performances: There will be live music performances throughout the event.

Dog-Friendly: Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome to join in the magical festivities.

Weather Preparedness: Dress warmly, wear appropriate footwear, and be prepared for wet weather.

Accessibility: The site is accessible with ramps and access points. Accessible toilets are available.

Family-Friendly Amenities: For families, we have baby changing facilities and a dedicated parents’ room equipped with a microwave and seating for breastfeeding. Potty seats for little ones will also be provided in toilets.

Toilets: There are toilets on site, and we will be providing extra toilet facilities, complete with potty seats and step ups.

Parents Welfare

We prioritise the welfare of parents and caregivers, offering a dedicated Parents Room for feeding, heating milk, baby food warming, resting, changing facilities and toilets. We understand the importance of creating a family-friendly environment where everyone feels supported.

All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Accessibility

The event is outside on gravel pathways through the gardens and is suitable for most all terrain mobility scooters.

One companion is welcome to accompany a registered disabled person to assist them.

Dogs & Assistance Dogs

We welcome well-behaved dogs on a lead to join in the festivities. Additionally, assistance dogs are always permitted at our event.

What Should I Wear / Bring

Please come wearing outdoor clothing and footwear that are appropriate to the weather conditions at the time.

Safety & Security

The Brighton Lights event is equipped with trained staff, emergency procedures, and security measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all attendees.