If you walk along Southend's High Street, towards the sea, your eye will be drawn in a straight line towards the longest pleasure pier in the world.

Standing for over a century it extends 2.158 kilometres (1.341 miles) into the Thames Estuary, and is a well loved and recognised symbol of Southend and the pleasures of the English seaside. With truly stunning 360 degree views all year round, Southend Pier is the perfect place to go for a taste of the invigorating fresh air, and experience the freedom of the sea or to simply spend the day fishing at Southend pier.

At the Pier Head you can visit the active RNLI station and gift shop, relax and take in the fantastic views from the superb sun-deck or stop by The Royal Pavilion, which dominates much of the Pier Head and provides the perfect place for a drink and a snack from "Salt" the pier head cafe.

Throughout the year Southend Pier plays host to a number of fantastic events, from live music and puppetry, to spooktacular Halloween fun and even a visit from Santa, as well as visiting Tall Ships, which offer unique trips and a taste of the nautical life.




 April-May
Monday-Friday - 08:15-18:00 
Saturday-Sunday - 08:15-20:00 

May-September 
Monday-Sunday - 08:15-20:00 

September-November 
Monday-Friday - 08:15-18:00 
Saturday-Sunday - 08:15-20:00 

November-March 
Wednesday-Sunday - 09:15-17:00 

ROYAL PAVILION BAR
June-September

Monday-Friday - 12:00-18:00
Saturday-Sunday - 11:00-19:00

Return Train Journey
Adult - £5.00 
Child/OAP/Concession/Student - £2.50 
Family (2 adults & up to 3 Children) - £12.50
 

Walk & Ride
(Walk one way, train the other)

Adult - £4.50 
Child/OAP/Concession/ Student - £2.25 
Family (2 adults & up to 3 Children) - £11.25


Summer Walk Both Ways
Adult- £2.00
Child/OAP/Concession/Student - £1.00 


Last entry one hour before closing time
Please check prices and times before you visit, call 01702 215620 or email vic@southend.gov.uk

VISITOR INFORMATION
The Trains run on the hour and the half past from the shore end and quarter past and quarter to from the Pier head. 
There is a strict no smoking policy and no dogs except assistant dogs.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Wheelchairs with particularly slim wheels may be affected by the gaps between the deck boards, if customers are concerned they may borrow one of our on-site wheelchairs as a substitute.

 




TELEPHONE

work01702 215620

email

workvic@southend.gov.uk