The Pier is nice but really crowded and I'm not really a fan of hazard games, but without people it's nice to explore.
1 - 10 of 5,362 reviews
This is what a seaside pier should be like - loads of noise, colour and stuff happening. You can stroll along to the end dodging the other holidaymakers and watching the seagulls dive bombing people who are trying to eat their fish and chips. Get...More
It was nice to visit the pier with its funfair at the end. It was very busy though. The shops and stands are all 'traditional' British places - fish and chips, a gypsy telling fortunes, candy floss etc. It's best to visit earlier in the...More
It's a pier with rides on it. Some of them are for little kids, some for adults. You pay about £2-ish per ride. Some are good, some are not. There's also a place where you can lose money gambling, and other games where you can...More
. A typical seaside pier with lots to do for the young and the old. It is free to enter and you can just wander along watching people enjoying themselves or have a beer or a cup of tea. It can be a bit gusty...More
Love Brighton Pier. Really clean. Although busy, you can get to see the attractions with ease. The best bit are the rides at the end. Some are really quite thrilling.
The Pier has such a great variety of food places, our favourite was a churro and doughnut stall which I highly recommend. There is a big arcade and many quirky shops. We visited the henna tattoo place and are in love with our tattoos. To...More
If you are a teenager who likes arcade games, cheap souvenirs and trinkets, an assortment of fast food and noisy crowds then this is the place for you. If you are an adult who has seen movies from the past with scenes set on this...More