Brighton Pier offers a variety of rides, attractions, restaurants and bars.
Growing up just 25 minutes away from Brighton (or B-Town as it is known as by the locals), I loved escaping to Brighton Pier on a sunny day – if not for the rides and arcade but for the doughnuts!
The Pier is home to a handful of rides, including a selection of thrilling roller coasters and stationary twister and river rides. You can also enjoy classics such as Carousels, Dodgems and a Horror Hotel as well as trampolines and a waltzer.
Palm Court Restaurant can be found along the Pier, offering your classic fish and chips or head to one of the bars for a beer or three. Sweet and savoury snack kiosks are available for those who want to grab and go – Moo Moo Milkshake Corner being a favourite of mine; choose from an extensive list of ingredients to make your own milkshake. Crepes are also a great choice as are the Wokstar Noodles.
Calum is a big kid and heads straight to the expansive arcade, full of penny slots, dance mats and tokens galore!
When visiting London, a day trip to Brighton should be high on your list; exploring an English seaside town and a historic but enjoyable pier!
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