Once at the top, visitors will enjoy 360-degree views of the city and the surrounding South Downs and Sussex coastline. The ride will also include a complimentary hand-held multimedia tour detailing how the attraction was built and the heritage of the local area.
At the foot of the tower will be a beach building incorporating a brasserie, exhibition area and function rooms capable of accommodating between ten and 800 guests.
Like its London sibling, the Brighton i360 itself will also be available for corporate bookings. A range of Sky Bar Champagne Ride and meal packages have already gone on sale.
The London Eye recently celebrated its 15-year anniversary and is still the UK’s most visited paid-for attraction.
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