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This I have to say, 5 days before Easter, EVERYTHING on the pier is closed for "staff training"...now I would have thought (as a visitor) that Worthing (being in the south) would be sufficiently organised to have its staff (for the Pier) In place and...More
The pier has a place to eat, amuse and enjoy yourself.
It worth to stroll down the pier as part of a walk along the promenade.
The Pier is clean and well maintained the has places to fish from...or watch the fishermen cast their lines....More
Where shall we go with the grandkids we are from Brighton go to the pier but Brighton is mad on a bank holiday Sunday full of if Londoners
So I thought of Worthing
Great choice parking free pier is like they used to be nice...More
Good selection of amusements and a lot of fun, with friendly, helpful staff, but let down by poor accessibility. Worthing is generally very accessible for people in wheelchairs and the pier itself is easily accessed. However, the amusement arcade has a very tricky step, which...More
Visited during the Easter bank holiday weekend with 3 young children.
The pier has a theatre and bar on it, there was an amusement arcade but this wasn't open when we visited.
All in all, nothing to write home about. The Lido is more interesting...More
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Here's a more detailed answer. There are no rides on the pier itself. If you want rides and razzmatazz go to Littlehampton, Bognor Regis or Brighton, where there are loads. There are rides in Worthing during the summer... More
Here's a more detailed answer. There are no rides on the pier itself. If you want rides and razzmatazz go to Littlehampton, Bognor Regis or Brighton, where there are loads. There are rides in Worthing during the summer holidays, but along the Esplanade either side of the pier. HOWEVER, Worthing's pier is very special. It's a lovely, well maintained Art Deco pier with an arcade and tea rooms fore and aft. Local art by children and sometimes local artists is displayed as you walk along the pier and you can fish from certain areas. The views of Worthing seafront and the sea are lovely. It's a wonderful asset for Worthing, which is not a razzmatazz kind of place but has its own charm. Opposite the pier is the town centre where you can get lovely fish and chips as well as Italian food and ice cream, Thai, Indian and more. The vibe is modern, arty, tasteful, welcoming and above all, family orientated.