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All reviews fish and chips amusement arcade fairground rides free deckchairs slot machines unlimited rides fun fair crepes candy floss food stalls palace pier all ages deck chairs british seaside nice walk free entry lots of fun
Brighton pavilion was built in those wonderful days of changing carriages and rooms at the end of the pier where ladies changed and entered the water without showing the naked ankle.
Boats also carried holiday makers from other towns and landed on the end of...More
Went here to watch the sun come down and was not disappointed in the least. Great walk with family and highly recommend for all to do. The Pier has plenty of activities and games and rides to keep the family amused as well, great day...More
Shame as ole Brighelm rapidly morphs into another commercial toytown with the space age spherical glass dome ascending and the outward bound line with screeching hanging victims descending, totally out of place, whilst the true primary assets of what truly makes an English seaside town...More
Very disappointed with pier as dogs not allowed on ,amusement arcades very poor and not attended .parking in Brighton almost impossible,toilets leave a lot to the imagination ,what staff we did see unfriendly and not helpful would not recommend couples with young children they will...More
You just feel you can't go to Brighton and not visit the pier. It's free entry and a step back in time. Kids love it. Watch out for seagulls pinching your food though! Admittedly a but tacky but what pier isn't?
Hi, If you are coming to Brighton between May 6th-28th, make sure to come along on the fact filled "Brighton Rock" walk. At 11am and 3pm each Saturday and Sunday, we retrace the steps of characters from Graham Greene's famous novel "Brighton Rock". We visit locations featured in both the film and the book. Meet at Palace Pier entrance.
April 08, 2006|
thx for that site art-g, i now realise it was Mona Lisa, not the Long Good Friday with Bob Hoskins, that was filmed down here.