You can't get much more of the British seaside experience than eating fresh fish and chips at the end of Brighton Pier and partaking in some of the entertainment on offer!
One of the oldest and most impressive piers in the UK, Brighton's famous landmark has evolved into a destination in its own right – a waterfront theme park with rides, restaurants, arcades and activities. Much of Brighton Pier's original Victorian charm remains intact. You'll find old kiosks, filigree ironwork and even a cannon from the Chair Pier (which stood in the current pier's place until it was destroyed in 1896).
Today, Brighton Pier is 1,722 feet of fun! A wonderful combination of traditional British architecture and lively modern entertainment.
Things to see and do on Brighton Pier...
- Get your adrenaline flowing on one of the thrill rides at the end of the pier – from getting splashed by the log flume, to hanging upside down on the terrifying Booster.
- Have some fish and chips at the famous Palm Court Fish Restaurant, then pop in to Horatio's Bar for a drink.
- Try your hand at winning a prize on one of the many stalls or enjoy the games in the amusement arcade.
|Open New Year|
|Open All Year|
|2013 (01/04/2013 - 31/10/2013)|
|2012 (31/10/2013 - 31/03/2014)|
* During the Summer Months - the pier closes at 12 midnight.
Open every day of the year except Christmas Day.
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Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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