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How to get to Brighton i360 by train, foot, car, bus or bike

Brighton i360 is situated on Brighton beach at the site of the historic West Pier and opposite Regency Square, postcode BN1 2LN.

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Brighton Station

By Train

We are a 15-minute downhill walk from Brighton Railway Station (BN1 3XP) or a short ride by taxi.

Brighton is less than an hour from London with fast services from Victoria, St Pancras International, London Bridge and Clapham Junction. Brighton is only 30 minutes by rail from Gatwick Airport.

There are also direct trains along the south coast from many places including Portsmouth, Southampton, Eastbourne and Bristol.

For more information on train times or to book your ticket visit Southern Railway or Trainline.

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By Foot

We are a 10-minute walk from The Lanes, the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Pier.

From Kings Road, you can directly access the Brighton i360 ticket office, the Viewing Deck and the Brighton i360 Café & Bar. At beach level, you will find the Brighton i360 café, the Brighton i360 shop and our exhibition.

There is a lift and a ramp situated to the east of our building which connect the upper level and the beach level.

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By Car

Our postcode is BN1 2LN.

Park and Ride is located at Withdean Sports Centre (postcode BN1 5JD). There is no charge for parking, bus fees apply.

To avoid traffic hot spots, you are advised to approach Brighton i360 from the west.

We are located directly opposite Regency Square Car Park  (postcode BN1 2FG) which has 507 spaces including some electric vehicle charging points. To find out where other charging points are located in the city click here.

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By Bus

Jump on the 77 bus from Brighton Railway Station, Churchill Square, Old Steine or the Palace Pier – this bus stops right outside! This bus operates on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. See timetable here.

The next closest bus stop to Brighton i360 is on Western Road (Waitrose), which is served by more than fifteen local bus routes. These bus stops have accessible kerbs. It is a gentle five-minute walk downhill to the seafront along Preston Street.

We are on the route for the City Sightseeing hop on and off bus. The nearest stop is right by Brighton i360 and it runs westbound along the seafront every day from 1 April until 30 September and then weekends only until 31 October. See timetable here.

Long-distance buses connect Brighton with Portsmouth, Chichester, Worthing, Eastbourne and Beachy Head, Newhaven, Seaford, Tunbridge Wells, Uckfield and Lewes.

Visit the Brighton & Hove Buses website to view live bus departure information, or load up their app on your phone.

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By Bike

The National Cycle Network Route 2 runs alongside the A259 (Kings Road) on the promenade. Bike Share points can be found across the city, including right outside Brighton i360.

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By Taxi

The nearest taxi ranks are in Preston Street and outside the Hilton Metropole Hotel. Around 60% of the city’s taxi fleet are wheelchair accessible.

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By Motorcycle/Scooter

Free motorcycle parking bays can be found across the city and some have secure locking points. The closest parking bay is in Regency Square.

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By Coach

We are a 10 to 15-minute walk from the city’s coach station at Pool Valley (BN1 1NJ). National Express runs services to Brighton from London Victoria, and from Gatwick and Heathrow.