During the summer months, there is a promenade train that runs from near the Forshore Office to Beyond Butlins. Pick up /drop off points at Butlins, and opposite the Regis Centre and Visitor Information Centre on the eastern esplanade. The promenade train operates April - October, weather permitting.
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The 'Beach on the Beach' is located on the East Beach promenade and is open during the summer months. A huge sandpit for children that can now enjoy the beach even if the tide is in.
A unique indoor sports facility for Skaters, boarders, bikers, bladers and riders. 10,000 sqaure feet of indoor skatepark in Bognor Regis which is open to all.
During your visit, Butlins Bognor Regis offers Day Visits as well as Short Breaks. A Day Visit pass allows you to enjoy all of the below which is included in your day ticket cost.
- Unlimited rides in traditional funfair
- Live daytime entertainment in the Skyline Pavilion
- Sports activities with qualified coaches
- The Splash Waterworld (from 12noon)
- Tot’s indoor fair and soft play area
The Resort opens at 10am with rides and attractions available until either 4pm or 5pm depending on seasonal conditions. You are welcome however to stay until 8pm to catch an evening show in the Skyline Pavilion (shows in Centre Stage and Reds are not included). Please be aware last admission is by 4pm.
On Just For Tots days we are open 10am till 8pm with last admission at 3pm – perfect to fit in with the school runs!
Every Monday and Friday we welcome guests on the first day of their break and say goodbye to those who’ve just stayed with us. Whilst we are still open for day visitors, we do have a reduced entertainment listing and entry to Splash Waterworld, on these days. Please call ahead to make sure we’re showing everything you’re hoping for.
Book online and save 20%- For guaranteed entry on the day and to save 20% on your ticket price, simply head to our Day Visits website to pre-book your day visit tickets. Tickets are available to purchase up until midnight on the day before your visit.
For more information please visit our Day Visit Website; www.butlins.com/dayvisits or call 0330 100 9732 option 1.
Right on the seafront of Felpham beach near the Sailing Club and Café, are the Blakes Road tennis courts and putting green. A peaceful place to enjoy a game of tennis or putting in a lovely location.
- 4 all weather tennis courts
- 18 hole putting green
- Refreshment outlets nearby
- Drinks and ice cream available
- Tennis equipment for hire
- Pay & display car park nearby
Blakes Road Tennis and Putting are open from 31st March - 30th September (weather permitting). Other refreshment facilities nearby will have their own opening times. Blakes Cottage is also nearby.
Just opposite the pier, there is a great crazy golf area with all sorts of challenging holes.
Just up the road from Bognor Regis, is the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum. A great place to visit for all the family. The Museum is home to an large display of historic aircraft aviation memorabilia stretching from the First World War through to the Cold War. Amongst the many attractions, are numerous interactive displays and several aircraft simulators for visitors to experience. There is something for all members of the family to see and do.
A family entertainment centre for all the family to enjoy, the Flying Fortress is a great day out. The playframe is in the shape of an aeroplane and includes soft play areas for toddlers, Mirror Mazes and Racing Slides.
A great day out for the family and kids.
To the West of Bognor Regis is West Park. Situated close to Aldwick Beach, West Park is a large open park with it’s own Café, children’s play area and, pay and display parking. During the year, West Park is the venue for many events such as funfairs shows and similar.
West park as it is now known, was formally called the West End Car Park and is constantly used throughout the year by the residents of Bognor for local out of season events as well as, dog walking, flying kites, and even testing new inventions!
- Children’s play area
- Public conveniences
Located opposite the railway station, Bognor Regis Picturedrome Cinema (Grade II listed) was originally the new assembly rooms, designed by local architect Arthur Smith and opened in May 1886 at the cost of £4,500. It was used for a variety of purposes, including stage shows, dancing, roller-skating, badminton and community functions. There was a main hall and a minor upstairs hall.
The most prominent feature of the cinema is the octagonal lantern tower, which at one time housed a revolving light, operated by a boy pedalling a bicycle-type mechanism that advertised its presence miles around.
Films were first presented in 1887 when David Devant brought his animatograph to Bognor on 14-16 December. Reputedly, such was the impact of the fire brigade call that it had patrons ducking for cover beneath the chairs in front of them for fear that the galloping horses would descend from the screen and crash down amongst them.
The Picturedrome continues to this day, showing all the latest films.