Brighton i360

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What better way to see Brighton than from high above? A visit to the i360 – the world's tallest moving observation tower – will leave you with an adrenaline rush. Glide up 130 metres in a glass viewing pod and enjoy panoramic views of the sea, sky and the city below.

Opened in 2016, this popular and unique attraction is a hit with locals and visitors alike. Visit at sunset and you’ll be treated to one of the city’s best panoramas. Complete the experience by sipping on a cocktail from the Nyetimber Sky Bar while taking in the views.

Back on the ground, discover how the i360 was built at the free exhibition and pick up some handmade souvenirs at the gift shop. If you’re feeling peckish, the on-site restaurant offers light bites, seaside classics and refreshing cocktails. For something more informal, head to the café – a local’s favourite – and tuck into coffee and cake on its sheltered sun terrace.

Brighton i360 was designed with sustainability at its heart and is powered from 100% renewable energy sources. It also fully supports local suppliers, with food at the restaurant sourced from the area and artisan produce at the gift shop produced by local artists.

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Brighton i360

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Reviews Brighton i360

Gillian, 03 Mar 2024

“Well organised and very welcoming staff. Lucky with the weather and wonderful views.”

David, 05 Feb 2024

“The tower and viewing pod felt safe, clean and uncrowded. The weather on our February day 2as overcast but this was outside the control of the i360. It was surprising to see stress cracks in numerous curved panels that did not have stress relief holes drilled to arrest further crack propogation.”

Jane, 10 Nov 2023

“Very good but was over very quickly.”

Dawn, 08 Nov 2023

“Friendly staff. Lovely experience only criticism is the price of drinks when in the tower”