Worthing Pier, Worthing
Categories: Piers & Boardwalks, Tourist Spots
For casual sunset strolls and relaxing ambience, visit Worthing Pier. This 19th-century pleasure pier spans a length of 291m (960 ft) and stretches 11 m (36 ft) wide. Fishing on the pier is free, just look for the colored discs signifying where fishing is permitted. Located on the promenade is the regal Pavilion Theatre, an early 20th-century example of theatrical architecture. For amazing sea views while you eat, take in a meal at The Denton Cafe next to the theater. Halfway along the pier stands an amusement arcade, a throwback to the penny arcades of the 1930s. A visit to Worthing Pier represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Worthing trip itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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How a pier should be looked after , stylish, elegant, historic yet in keeping with today's demands. The first tea rooms are wonderfully kept in a classic Victoriana style. Lovely stroll with great vie... read more »
Alles etwas schäbbie, wer hier Urlaub macht muss Engländer sein. Keine echte Atmosphäre, nur billiger PlastikcharmeAbout something schäbbie, who makes vacation must be English. No real atmosphere, only cheaper plastic charmshow original
My two daughters, my grand daughter and myself went for stroll along the beach in Worthing.The sea was a fantastic colour of Turquoise,now I do not like to swim in the British seas as I find them rath... read more »
I love the pier. Lovely views of the coastline, interesting art, good cafes at either end. Not too commercial, just peaceful.
Really good food. But FIVE POUNDS for a pint of beer? We in central London suddenly? Whole service (and I mean tills/payments through to tidying your plate away) is a little inefficient which is lovely and quaint when you are sitting outside with your expensive beer. But infuriating when you are trying to order.
Great views,great cafes.lovely sunset.
Great views. I used to be sacred I was going to fall through the cracks into the sea. The birdman event at the end of the pier each year is hilarious.
On a bank holiday Friday . All the food outlets stop serving at 4pm Leaving you with just overpriced drinks and slot machines ..sad
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