Remember the thrill of trips to the seaside – donkey rides, sand castles, the end of the pier, kite flying, and fish and chips on the prom.
Open seven days a week, 364 days a year, the pier has a wide range of food and drink on offer, from an Edwardian-style tea room to a seaside themed self-service restaurant, plus an American themed ice-cream parlour, pirate-themed bar, and soft play café.
There’s truly plenty for all ages, plus a regular calendar of events to keep you entertained into the night-time. With an Edwardian-style tea room surrounded by the sea on three sides, the Grand Pier offers the chance to be inspired by the waves lapping on the sand while enjoying a traditional British afternoon tea.
For the young at heart, there's the traditional dodgems, ghost train and two pence pushers to high tech F1 simulators and a 4D cinema; the Grand Pier boasts the largest electric indoor go-karting track in the South West and the Robocaster and F1 simulators that are unique in the UK.
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