Up, up and away – British Airways i360

The Brighton i360 or ‘The British Airways i360’ as it is formally known has transformed the Brighton skyline, adding a futuristic look to the Victorian splendour that was already there. The vertical pier transports guests 450 feet into the air, giving them a unique perspective of the city and the views beyond.

Underside of the BAi360 Pod - Brighton i360

Brighton i360 – Glass Viewing Pod

The glass viewing pod is the largest moving observation tower in the world, offering 360-degree views of the surrounding area whilst enjoying a drink from the Nyetimber Sky Bar. It is a chance to see Brighton and The South Downs in a whole new light.

Bar and people inside the BAi360 - Brighton i360


In addition to the viewing tower, the development includes a restaurant, café and events space for guests to enjoy. The West Beach Bar and Kitchen is a multifaceted venue, featuring a stunning central bar and views of the West Pier and seafront. The outside terrace is perfect for a summers day or to watch the sun go down in the evening.

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The area around the i360 has also been developed to give further options to visitors. Michael Bremner’s Murmur restaurant is a fabulous addition to the seafront dining scene, serving an a la carte offering that is second to none. The revitalised arches are home to a number of shops and cafés that offer beautiful seafront views, breathing new life into an area that was once forgotten. If you are looking for something super kid friendly too then why not visit the Bucket and Spade cafe which is right next to an excellent seafront playground and only a stone throw away from the Brighton i360.

outside terrace at Murmur Restaurant, Brighton - Brighton i360

Take a stroll along Brighton Beach

There is plenty to see and explore in the area, as the i360 looms above you. You can talk a walk along the seafront taking in the many bars and restaurants on offer. The King’s Road is also home to many of the city’s top hotels and restaurants, stretching from Hove right to the Palace Pier and Kemptown.

West Pier sunset in Brighton by Zed.Cat (Flickr) - Brighton i360