Brighton Sewer Tour
 

Walk in Brighton’s Victorian sewerage system – one of the most magnificent examples of civil engineering from that glorious period of ingenuity.

Tours of the award-winning sewers, which run from May until September, have become established as a highly popular attraction for tourists and local residents.

The Sewer Tour lasts approximately one hour and starts under the Palace Pier, in Brighton, and emerges back at ground level through a manhole in the middle of the Old Steine Gardens.

During the tour you will see part of the sewer system, which disposes of approximately 100 million litres (22 million gallons) of wastewater each day from the Brighton area.

The minimum age for tours is 11 years old and visitors will be required to wear suitable clothing (trousers) and footwear and asked to climb and descend ladders.

All visits must be pre-booked. To find out more about booking a place on one of the tours you can telephone 01903 272606 or email your name, address and telephone number and request a booking form and further details.

 
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