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Worthing Pier, Worthing
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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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  • We went thinking it would afford good views. But the glasses were dirty, staff were way to busy talking to each other and food took ages to arrive. One of the staff even messed up my mates order. Also...  more »
  • 12 of us went to the Vegas night here and I was fantastic. We had a three course meal which was absolutely lovely . The entertainment was really good with an Elvis impersonator, burlesque performers a...  more »
  • I love all the art work on the pier that changes everytime I'm there. I like to play the 2p machines and have a99 icecream 
  • A more refined pier than Brighton's - and the improvements made to the restaurant at the end are amazing vs what it used to be like when it was the Rutherford's nightclub. The pier has its own beer, which is well worth a try.
  • Love the pier spent many happy times throughout great all ages 2 theatres art cafes licence brew there own beer. Yes I love this place worth a visit.
  • Great pier, kept in good condition. It has great views along the coast.
  • Eaten here twice. The view is lovely, as is the location. Both times the food has been fairly poor and expensive. This time I had the misfortune to get escorted into the kitchen to move food from a plate into a takeaway container and got to see kitchen staff serving chips by scooping them up in their hands and dropping them onto plates....nice ....
  • Lovely place, was a bit windy when we went. Alot more quieter than Brighton. There was a fun fair on when we went for the kids. It's a pebble beach.