How high is the booster on Brighton Pier?

How high is the booster on Brighton Pier?

130 feet
We’ve got a fight on our hands when it comes to people boasting the best views of Brighton, but we think this one grabs the gold. Spin, turn upside down and be catapulted 130 feet into the air!

How fast does the Booster ride go?


Theoretical hourly capacity 360 pph
Speed 10 RPM
Acceleration max 3.6 G max.
Ride cycle duration 240 sec. (including loading/unloading)

Can you jump off Brighton Pier?

A Brighton and Hove City Council spokeswoman said: ‘Jumping from the pier or from the groynes – also known as tombstoning – is extremely dangerous. ‘It can cause serious injury and sometimes even death. You should never jump off any structure directly into the sea as you can never be sure how deep the water is below.

Can you pay for one ride on Brighton?

As far as I am aware you cannot pay for individual rides, but I think there are special deals for children as they aren’t riding the main big rides, so you will still have to buy a ‘package’, but it shouldn’t be as much as the main wristband package is.

Is Brighton funfair open?


Gates Opening 10:00
Rides 11:00 – 17:00
Palace of fun 11:00 – 18:00
VR Dome 11:00 – 17:00
Palace Play Area 11:00 – 17:00

How big is the booster ride?

towering over 100 feet high with lights and music the Booster generates 3.5G force and is based on the NASA astronaut training equipment and the test equipment for fighter pilots in WWII.

How high is the oxygen ride?

118.1 feet

Craig Danter (UK) Location Travelling Status Operating since 2019
Edward Danter (UK) Location Travelling Operated November 2010 to 2018
Capacity 8 (two gondolas each with two rows of two riders facing back-to-back)
Area 52.2 feet × 19.4 feet
Height 118.1 feet

Is Brighton pier free?

It’s free to get onto the pier and walk to the end and back, taking in the view of the sea or the town.

What happened to Brighton old pier?

A major part of Brighton’s ruined West Pier has collapsed after being battered by winds of up to 70mph and rough seas. A number of its main supports on the eastern side appear to have been washed away, splitting the former pavilion into two sections.

What is the Booster ride?

Booster is an amusement ride made by Fabbri. It is a pendulum ride, similar to the later Speed by KMG (which, due to its similarity to the Fabbri ride, is often referred to as the KMG Booster). There is another ride from the Italian company, Zamperla. Zamperla made a booster like ride called Turbo Force made in 2001.