GETTING HERE

Whether you're coming by car, rail or coach, there are many simple and easy ways to reach us. Being less than an hour away from London by direct train, parking widely available, & daily coaches from around the country there really is no excuse not to leave the city and spend your day with us by the sea.

TRAVEL SUGGESTIONS

With road links from the A27 & the M25, and M20 & M23 motorways close-by providing easy links from London & beyond, it isn’t hard to get here and visit us for a day at the pier.

Need some help?

These route planners make planning your trip even easier.

www.theaa.com/route-planner
www.rac.co.uk/route-planner



The quickest journey from London to Brighton is to travel from London Gatwick. At less than half an hour platform to platform, you’ll barely have had time to finish applying your suncream! There are many other ways of getting to Brighton by train too. Here are our suggestions.

London Gatwick – 29 mins

London Victoria – 52 mins

London St Pancras – 76 mins

Portsmouth – 75 mins

Southampton – 1 hr 45 mins

The high-speed train service between St Pancras International Station, London and Brighton means travelling down from the capital can be done in less than an hour. www.southeasternrailway.co.uk

There are also Direct trains from Southampton, Bristol & Bedford and with station only 15 minutes walk away from the Pier we really are only a pebbles throw away!* National Rail Enquiries www.nationalrail.co.uk

*You can also catch the No.14 or No.27 from the station which stop just opposite the pier


Walk south towards Junction Rd/A2010
Turn left onto Junction Rd/A2010
Continue to follow A2010
Turn left onto North St/B2066
Continue to follow B2066
Go through 1 roundabout
Turn right towards Pool Valley
Slight left onto Pool Valley
Turn left onto Grand Jct Rd/King's Rd/A259
Slight right to stay on Grand Jct Rd/King's Rd/A259
Turn right
Turn left
Turn right


Brighton Pier
Madeira Drive,
Brighton
BN2 1TW
United Kingdom

   

National Express

National Express runs a national network of coach services. Coaches run from various parts of the country and with direct journeys from London starting at 8am, you can ensure you're front of the queue. To make your visit easier, the coach depot is literally just across the road from the pier!

www.nationalexpress.com

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