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Worthing Pier, Worthing

Categories: Piers & Boardwalks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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 »
  • About something schäbbie, who makes vacation must be English. No real atmosphere, only cheaper plastic charm
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  • 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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