Piers (in Coastal)

  • Victorian Pier

    Victorian Pier

    Victorian public pleasure pier located in the popular seaside town of Worthing. This Art Deco pier was opened in 1862 and is a Grade II listed building. The pier stretches for 290 metres and has a number of benches, fishing points, stained glass artwork, an amusement arcade, a restaurant and a theatre with adjoining ballroom.…

  • Grade II Listed Pier

    Grade II Listed Pier

    Grade II listed mid-19th century pier located in a busy seaside town on the south coast. Originally 1,000 feet long, the pier has been the victim of storms over the years and now stands at 350 feet long. Still popular with tourists, the pier is home to a nightclub, amusement arcade, fish and chips café…

  • Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Traditional English pier that stretches for approximately 300 metres out into the sea. Features include a fish and chip shop, Victorian tearooms, café/bar, nightclub, picnic tables and fishing spots. A fine example of a Victorian pier, this iconic landmark, with its panoramic views, is a superb seafront location for filming and photography.

  • Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Located in the heart of a popular coastal city, this large Grade II listed Victorian pleasure pier is 1,722 feet long and is the biggest attraction in the South East. It was opened in 1899 and is home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the beautiful sea views. A stunning location for…