We are extremely excited to announce that the Pier train service will be returning from Tuesday 28 July.
You can enjoy the 1.3 mile walk both ways (2.6 mile return trip), walk one way and ride the train one way, or train both ways. Masks must be worn on the train and in enclosed areas of the Pier.
Takeaway services are open everyday offering drinks, snacks, ice cream and fish and chips.
Eating in is now available in both the ‘Salt Café’ and ‘Pier Tearoom’ where we will be taking visitor’s details for the NHS Track and Trace scheme.
Fishermen are welcome, but fishing is only permitted at the end of the Pier, and under social distancing measures.
We have been working hard to make sure that all our visitors are kept safe when they visit the Pier. Extra sanitising stations are in place, one way systems, increased cleaning, takeaway services, track and trace, plus contactless payments.
If you have any queries please contact a member of the Pier team on 01702 215620.
Please note: The last entry onto the Pier is one hour before closing. Opening times are seasonal and may change annually.
Open daily from 10:15 until 9pm (last entrance at 8pm) this is from Monday 6th July till the end of September.
Open daily from 10:15 until 6pm, this is from Monday 5th October till Sunday 8th November.
Open 10:15 until 6pm Wednesday - Sunday (open everyday during school holidays) from 9th November till 29th March 2021.
Regardless of the season the Pier will be open on all school and public holidays. With the exception of Christmas Day, when the Pier is closed.
The Pier is suitable for all ages and both the walkway and Pier trains have disabled access.
If you need a wheelchair, you can hire one from the Visitor Information Centre by calling them in advance on 01702 215620.
Toilet facilities including disabled toilets and baby changing facilities are located at either end of the pier, on the shore end in the Visitor Information Centre and on the far end inside the Royal Pavilion.
Catering is currently available from the Salt Café, open every daily from 11am.
|Adult (17 to 59)||Child (3 to 16), OAP (60+), Concessions disabled person / carer / student (with ID)||Family (2 adults + 3 children)|
|Return Train Journey||£5.50||£2.70||£13.80|
|Walk & Ride (walk one way and ride the train the other)||£5.00||£2.50||£12.30|
|Walk Both Ways||
£2.00 (1st April to 4th November)
£1.00 (5th November to 31st March )
|Fishing (including train)||£7.60||£3.80||N/A|
You can get group discounts and Pier prices vary for visiting ships. For more information please call the Visitor Information Centre on 01702 215620.
Pier Train Information
Pier trains will start running again from 28 July 2020.
The trains run on the hour and half past from the shore end and quarter past and quarter to from the Pier head.
The first train will be at 10.30am to the Pier Head and the last train ashore is at 20.45pm.
Please note: No dogs or pets are allowed on Southend Pier except for assistance dogs.