There are unisex, accessible toilets on the boarding deck and in our beach building, which can be used before and after your flight.
Baby-changing facilities are available in the boarding deck toilets and in our beach building. All our toilets are unisex.
Due to space constraints inside the pod, on busy days you may be asked to fold up your buggy or to leave it in our buggy park while you take your flight on the pod.
West Beach Bar & Kitchen in our beach building has an excellent children’s menu plus highchairs and colouring sheets.
In our free exhibition ‘British Airways i360: How it was Built’, families can learn more about the pioneering design and engineering that place the attraction at the forefront of British architecture.
British Airways i360 is right on Brighton beach and a moment’s walk from King’s Road paddling pool and playground.
The Lift situated to the east of our building is currently not in service, but a ramp is situated to the east of British Airways i360, connecting the upper level and the beach level.
There is limited seating on the boarding deck and in our beach building, and the pod has bench seating for up to 30 people. These seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Eat and drink
At the Nyetimber Sky Bar on the pod you can buy English sparkling wine by the glass and other locally sourced alcoholic and soft drinks, plus tea, coffee and snacks. At ground level you will find our all-day restaurant, West Beach Bar & Kitchen, with terraces onto the beach promenade, and the West Beach Café & Bar, which is situated in one of our reconstructed 1866 West Pier toll booths on Kings Road.
The British Airways i360 shop sells gifts that are both beautiful and useful – inspired by the attraction and the environment us – with many products created by local artists.