Brighton’s Central Park!
The Level is a unique open space in the heart of Brighton. Part of the Valley Gardens corridor, the Level has a rich history and it is a one of Brighton’s busiest parks, serving as a cross roads for the diverse communities that use and surround it.
A very unique and special public space in Brighton
It's a vibrant cross roads that is used by a wonderfully broad and diverse range of people and communities from the area. The Level was completely restored in 2013 with a great children’s play park, two park cafes Tomato and The Loving Hut, two community rooms, an amazing skate park, beautiful flower beds along the rose walk and across the park, a bowls area, and a new grass upon the north lawns.
Have look at what you can do!
- An amazing children’s play park.
- New Skate Park sports facility
- Platanque and games area
- Table Tennis
- Community Rooms
- Rose walk
- Sensory Garden
- Restored picnic lawns
Elm trees and butterflies
The Level has a large and nationally-important elm tree collection which supports a colony of White-letter Hairstreak butterflies. This endangered species lives mainly in the treetops, and the butterfly’s life cycle is entirely dependent on elms for food. The butterfly was spotted at The Level during the park’s restoration, and has also been seen since.