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The nearest major road is the M23
If you follow A23 to the town centre and follow signs for the seafront.
Our Nearest station is Brighton.
London Victoria to Brighton (49 mins)
London Kings Cross to Brighton (1 hour)
There are also direct services from the West Country, South Wales and the North.
National Express serves Brighton daily:
My Sat nav can’t find you, it keeps leading me into the Sea! What is the postcode for Brighton Pier?
Our address is:
Are animals allowed on the Pier?
Guide dogs are always welcome however we ask that you leave all other animals at home.
Which wristband do I need?
We sell two wristbands for the rides on the pier; ‘Kiddies’ & ‘Supersaver’
Kiddies are for children 0.9m to 1.2m tall
Supersavers are for anyone 1.2m+
If the rider is between 1.2m & 1.4m some rides require them to ride with a taller rider.
How many people visit Brighton Pier each year?
Over 6 million people a year visit the pier.
How many light bulbs light up Brighton Pier?
On a night it takes 62,000 light bulbs to illuminate Brighton Pier. We use a selection of energy saving bulbs, neons and low voltage lights.
Is Brighton Pier a listed Building?
Brighton Pier is a Grade II listed building.
Can I film/have a photo-shoot on the Pier?
Of course you can! Brighton Pier has played a cameo role in many films in recent years. Please fill in our enquiry form and let us know the following:
Date & time of filming/photography
Number of hours required
Number of crew
Summary of filming/photography content & use
Can I bring my camera?
Definitely, in fact we recommend it. How else can you post your images on Instagram and appear in our gallery? #Brightonpier