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The Brighton pier exceeded my expectations - day pass for the rides was so reasonable and the rides were varied and really fun for our little ones. Even had an indoor play space that was like the Tardis, much bigger on the inside than what...More
Haven’t been to the pier for a long time but was pleasantly surprised after today’s visit. It’s good traditional fun: some of the rides are over priced and its a bit tacky but a fun way to spend a couple of hours.
Brighton Palace Pier is a fun spot to wander up and down, although since visiting there a few years ago, I've noticed it has gotten more commercialized and less unique/quirky. There is a big arcade and plenty of rides (as a solo traveler, they did...More
The Brighton palace pier is a nice amusement park, with interesting but overpriced food options and a nice variety of games and activities. I was expecting something more unique to be honest, something that I would associate with my trip to Brighton.
There is little that you cannot find elsewhere but you go to a fair on a pier for the experience. They try hard to make it family friendly but there is not that much for little children to ride on and costs are fairly high....More
Its a typical wooden pier, that years ago you would see at every holiday resort, this one is kept in good condition, has plenty of activities and is Free to all.
There is a fun fair at the end, with rides for all ages, fishing,...More
If you like a pier, this won’t disappoint. Complete with wonky floor slats and the traditional holes through to the water between them.There are metal walkways too so easy with a wheelchair.
Spaced out along the length are photo cut out boards where you can...More
And amazing lady manager at the kiosk for the tickets to the fun fare was not only disabled friendly but highly customer focused with fantastic interpersonal skills. We were given the wrong information from national rail and she was so kind and exceptionally helpful and...More
Firstly we arrived on a busy day and it just seemed manic around but all was fine on that part. We bought the super saver bands and started our supposedly fun filled day ! Okay for value on bands for the boys it was acceptable...More
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Hi. We visited yesterday with a 8, 5 and 2 year old. The 2 and 5 year old were both entertained by the Dragon fly, much more bouncy when on than it looks! you will be asked to sit for free behind your 2 year old so be... More
Hi. We visited yesterday with a 8, 5 and 2 year old. The 2 and 5 year old were both entertained by the Dragon fly, much more bouncy when on than it looks! you will be asked to sit for free behind your 2 year old so be prepared. you don't pay cash you buy a card from the ticket booth and they scan it each time. moat rides are around 2.50-3 for the little ones. the older rides are 4.50-6 each. But are quite intense rides. My 8 year old didn't go on anything. I wouldn't buy a wristband. There are tea cups and Carasel and Dragon fly. That's it. We only said our kids could go on one ride. they were more than happy with 50p in 2ps foe the slot machines in the arcade afterwards.