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St Michael and All Angels, Victoria Road

St Michael and All Angels, Victoria Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3BD View on map

Grade I listed church in origin two churches, the first designed by George Frederick Bodley and built in 1861-2, the second designed in 1868 by William Burges but not built until 1892-c.1900, after his death. In the church history of Brighton, the architectural quality of both buildings and the range and quality of the stained glass, make this a building of outstanding importance.

Opening Arrangements

Weekly: 11am to 4pm Saturday 9.30am to 12pm Sunday 11am to 12pm Friday Tuesdays and Thursdays via the Community Cafe: 10am to 1pm All other times by appointment.


Victoria Road is off B2122 Montpelier Road. Rail: Brighton (¼ mile). Bus: Frequent bus services stop in Western Road and Seven Dials - within 5 minutes walk. Note: from Western Road the walk is uphill. Bus 21A from Western Road (2nd Stop) and walk is then on the flat (service every 1/2 hour) Brighton main railway station is a 15 minutes walk away (up hill to the church) or take a bus to Seven Dials.

Parking Spaces


Car parking by appointment only. Metered parking otherwise adjacent.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes