The Christmas ho ho holidays have arrived and there’s plenty to keep family and friends entertained over the Christmas Break on Bournemouth Pier...
An immersive Titanic 3-course dining & theatre experience above the waves on Bournemouth Pier! On Saturday 3rd February 2024, set sail back to Apr...
ABBA Angels Tribute Comes To Bournemouth Pier! Beat the January blues with by singing to your heart’s content! On Saturday 27th January 2024, AB...
At a cost of £2,600 the new Bournemouth Pier was opened by the Lord Mayor of London in August 1880
Consisting of an open promenade, it stretched to a length of 838 ft (255.4 m) and spanned some 35 ft (10.6 m) across the neck of the pier, extending to 110 ft (33.3 m) at the head.
Two extensions, in 1894 and 1909 respectively, took the pier’s overall length to more than 1000 ft (304.8 m). The theatre on the pier closed in 2014 and it was converted in to an all year all weather activity attraction ‘RockReef’