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British Airways i360
British Airways i360

British Airways i360

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481 Reviews
Lower Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2LN

The Basics

Most travelers visit British Airways i360’s glass viewing pod independently, perhaps using the Brighton Explorer Pass, or it can be included as part of a private tour of Brighton. The pod is fully enclosed and spacious, with room for up to 175 visitors. You can stand at the edge of the pod and look out across the landscape, move around to take in the view from different angles, and purchase refreshments at the pod’s very own Sky Bar. An in-flight crew is on hand to point out landmarks and answer any questions, and a viewing map and multilingual app, filled with fun facts, can be downloaded before you board.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Brighton

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Great time
Paul, Mar 2020
British Airways i360 Viewing Tower - Flight
We booked this event as a Christmas present for our son in law and agreed that we would all attend to enjoy the ride. We went last Sunday at 1 pm. It was not crowded and entry was speedy and efficient. Brilliant views over Brighton town and the sea coastline. We finished the day with a Nando’s. Perfect!
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Well Worth a Visit
tabrundle, Feb 2020
British Airways i360 Viewing Tower - Flight
Excellent visit to the i360, loved the whole experience from start to finish. Very informative of the project from start to finish. Views amazing, sadly little cloudy the day we went, but definitely will go back.
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Awesome Birds Eye View
Kristine H, Nov 2019
British Airways i360 Viewing Tower - Flight
Well worth doing, the view is fantastic, especially in good weather. The staff were all very helpful and made it a really pleasant experience. The only issue we had was getting into our Viator account to get the tickets.. each time we were told incorrect password which was absolute bull!! Ended up on the phone with viator for 40 minutes to sort it out.. thankfully Abigail from Viator emailed the tickets to the Manager at I360 viewing tower and they were made aware of the issue before we arrived. Viator need to sort themselves out, this sort of stress is not needed when you are on holiday!!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • British Airways i360 is a must-do for all visitors to Brighton.

  • The pod is heated and air-conditioned to ensure year-round comfort.

  • British Airways i360 is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

  • The entire experience lasts 20 to 25 minutes.

  • All guests and their belongings must pass through security checks before entering the viewing pod.

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How to Get There

British Airways i360 is located on the Brighton seafront, close to the West Pier and within easy walking distance of major hotels and attractions including the Lanes and Royal Pavilion. It’s a 15-minute downhill walk from Brighton Railway Station, and bus 77 stops right outside.

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When to Get There

British Airways i360 is open seven days a week, from midmorning until night, and pod “flights” depart every 30 minutes. Visit during the day for sweeping sea views, at sunset to take in the changing light, or after dark to appreciate the city lights. If you’ve prebooked, try to arrive early: If you miss your flight time, you can get rebooked on a later one, but you’ll pay an additional fee.

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Beach Building

At the end of each flight, the pod descends into the beach building at the base of the tower, where passengers disembark. The building has terraces opening straight out onto the promenade, where you can grab a bite to eat at the observation tower’s West Beach Bar & Kitchen and browse the store for gifts and souvenirs.

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