Brighton Palace Pier (Amusement park)

Madeira Dr, Brighton BN2 1TW, United Kingdom

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Opinions of Brighton Palace Pier at (Brighton and Hove)

Gareth Taylor

I’ve frequented Brighton Pier many, many times. It’s a lovely bit of British history that should always exist. It’s often very busy so plan your trip well, although to be honest it’s actually more atmospheric when it’s like that because surely that’s how a pier should be - right..?! If you’ve got kids then I would suggest budgeting before you go anywhere near as frankly it has the ability to rinse you!!!! From the Fish & Chip and ice cream takeaways at the entrance, to the arcade games and slot machines, the pub/restaurant and fairground rides beyond it can end up costing you a pretty penny, so be warned! With that said, if you’re into your photography then it makes a great tool to work with, especially during the evening as the sun sets.

Swetang Rawat

Awesome place in UK. It a place to relax in the beach side during summer , beer & fish chips available to enjoy in side restaurants. Amusement park and small level casions for adults and childern available in Brighton place pier.

Asad Ziar

A defining image of Britain’s traditional seaside resorts, Brighton’s 1,722-foot (525m) Victorian pier opened in 1899 and is one of the finest examples of a pleasure pier anywhere in the world. Highlights include stalls offering classic seaside food like fish and chips, an amusement arcade, and a mix of old-fashioned and modern fairground rides including the helter skelter and the Turbo Coaster.

Dennis Henshaw

Very disappointed as the pier looks good from a distance with all its amenities. However when you enter the pier and walk on it it needs lots of renovation work and maintenance doing to it to hold up to its name. Come on the owners put some money into it like the Eastbourne pier

Thomas Müthing

The busiest pier on the south coast of England, Brighton Palace Pier is the prime attraction in town except for the highly recommended Royal Pavilion, which I had visited on three previous occasions. Palace Pier is truly a blast from the past, with its fish & chips booths, other snacks and candy stalls (including the infamous "rocks"), a couple of bars (Harvey's Bar being closed off-season, or maybe permanently), carousels and what not. All very cramped and crowded, I must say. In the summer it's buzzing with activity, (almost) to a fault. Off-season (here: mid October), it's much more muted, with many of the attractions being closed, and not too many small children around. Still, a must-see of any visit to Brighton, I've been there a dozen or more times over the years.


Brighton Palace Pier at (Brighton and Hove)
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