Brighton City Airport
As well as being the perfect destination from which to explore the south coast of England, a visit to Brighton City Airport is also a great experience.
Find out below how to get to the Airport and the many businesses located on our vibrant estate. Suitable parking facilities close to the Terminal are available giving ready access to all areas.
Wile away a few hours watching the planes and helicopters come and go from the Airport Terminal or view the local Art in the Whispering Gallery. Alternatively, by arrangement, take an Airport Tour and wander around the Shoreham Airport Collection. We host a wide range of events throughout the year, so take a look at the ‘What’s On’ section and plan your next outing.
The historical Terminal and Hangar have been used as back drops and facilities for filming and photoshoots. We are always pleased to hear from enquirers, so visit the Location and Venue Hire section for more information.
The Terminal Building is a Grade II* listed building and many of the fixtures in the terminal building are original, including the Whispering Gallery on the first floor and the main window design above the main entrance.
Shoreham Airport Collection & Airport Tours
Delve into the fascinating past of the UK’s oldest airport with a guided tour. Put on by the volunteers at the airport at the Shoreham Airport Collection. These tours take you around the site, showing the Grade II listed terminal building and hangar and the runways.
Brighton City Airport hosts a wide range of events from including music festivals and other corporate and private events. The stunning venue, and fantastic accessible location means that Brighton City Airport is one of the most popular spots in the area for large scale shows and events. To see what’s on at Brighton City Airport in the coming months.
Location & Venue Hire
Brighton City Airport is a fantastic setting for many events. The airport has been used in a number of television shows and movies and is also a popular location for photo shoots. The art deco listed building has been used as a filming location for a variety of movies including The Woman in Gold starring Helen Mirren, and The Da Vinci Code with Tom Hanks.