Free, but the various games on the pier will not be!
Pier, games, food, etc...
Catch the train to Worthing and walk down main road to the sea. The pier is behind the theatre so walk down the side of the theatre to gain access to pier
Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson and commissioned by the Worthing Pier Company, the first pile of Worthing Pier was driven 6ft (1.8m) into the chalk seabed on 4th July 1861. Opening some 10 months later on 12th April 1862 Worthing Pier consisted simply of a 960ft (291m) long by 15ft (4.6m) wide promenade deck, with a landing stage at the seaward end.