See Sussex like never before from 138m above the Brighton beach, and discover a formal royal residence filled with colourful history along with a refreshing cream tea with this British Airways i360 Flight and Visit to Brighton Pavilion with Cream Tea for Two. Conceived and designed by the same people who made the brilliant London Eye, Marks Barfield Architects, British Airways i360 is bringing 360-degree views of Sussex and the English Channel to the South coast. You’ll be able to see up to 26 miles in every direction, so make sure to bring your cameras along for some spectacular snaps (and likely a handful of stratospheric Sussex selfies). Before or after your British Airways i360 ascent you can enjoy wandering through the neo-classical villa that is the Royal Brighton Pavilion, a pleasure palace built for King George IV and now housing galleries and collections featuring all sorts of art and history. You can enjoy it at your leisure and then take a seat in the Royal Pavilion Tea room for a tasty cream tea. If the weather’s warm enough you might even like to sit out on the balcony, overlooking the glorious Royal Pavilion Gardens.