• Claremont Pier - The Zoo - Lowestoft
  • Claremont Pier - Fun Palace and Casino - Lowestoft
  • Claremont Pier - Rollers Skating Venue - Lowestoft
  • Claremont Pier - Nemos Restaurant & Tearooms -Lowestoft

Claremont Pier Leisure and Family Entertainment Centre

Claremont Pier Leisure and Family Entertainment Centre is situated in between Lowestoft's Award winning beaches in South Lowestoft. 

It's a hive of activity and entertainment, from traditional fruit machines and video games, to roller skating, fantastic live music, perfect party venue, great fish and chips and fabulous brasserie dining with the best sea views in town!

Rollers - Premiere Roller Skating Venue

This fantastic roller skating venue is complete with full disco lighting, mirror balls and smoke machine! Rollers caters for children's parties, corporate team building events, school parties, themed party nights, Friday and Saturday Disco nights and a Saturday morning members club for kids aged between 7 and 14.

Looking for a fun hen or stag activity? Or a fun way to spend a birthday? Check out the adult celebration packages on offer at: www.claremontpier.co.uk/index.php/claremont-news/140-adult-celebration-packages

Fun Palace - Family Amusements and Casino

Enjoy the fun filled atmosphere of the family entertainment centre with a range of machines to suit everyone. Featuring the latest video games, ticket redemption, 2p pusher machines and a variety of fruit machines. There is also an adult gaming area for over 18's with £35, £70 and £500 Jackpot machines!

Nemos Fish, Main Restaurant & Tearooms

Serving the Suffolk Coasts finest fresh fish overlooking the award winning South Lowestoft beach, Nemo’s Restaurant enjoys unrivaled views of the beach and the sea. It's a lunchtime and evening retreat after bracing walks along the Victorian promenade.

The restaurant serves up the best fish & chips in the area, all washed down with good beers and fine wines. All fish is locally sourced and delivered daily, our batter is gluten free!

The restaurant is open all year offering seasonal specials, homemade cakes and scones, a wide selection of teas and coffees and a tempting children’s menu.

The Aquarium

The Aquarium is not only Suffolk’s finest live music venue, it just happens to be the only live music venue on a pier in the UK!

With a full programme of great live music throughout the year featuring DJ's, bands, tribute acts and dance parties.  The Aquarium can hold up to 850 people (250 seated) making it one of the best venues for hire on the East Coast.

The Zoo

The Zoo (previously known as 'Bluenotes 2') has recently undergone complete refurbishment and now has to be one of the funkiest venues on the East Coast!

With a stunning interior fit for any occasion, it can accommodate up to 260 people making it the ideal place for that special party celebration. Licensed until 2am with full DJ facilities, quiet areas with intimate seating booths, state of the art lighting, plasma screens, air conditioning and a fully stocked bar with all the latest premium brands, where better to dance the night away!

Rocksalt Brasserie

A new style of restaurant opening soon. Polished floors, split levels, contemporary decor with the best sea views!

Rocksalt offers great seasonal food with European, American and Asian influences cooked in the open kitchen.  We look forward to welcoming you! 

Claremont Pier's History

When the Claremont was built in 1903, piers were in their heyday and no pleasure resort was complete without at least one! Paddle steamers used to berth at the pier three times a week, the return fare from Yarmouth being 9d!

Claremont Pier Lowestoft History

During the Inter-war years the Claremont was the Mecca for both summer visitors and saltwater anglers.  In 1940, with the Axis Forces sweeping across the continent threatening Britain, the Royal Engineers blasted a hole in the pier to stop the Luftwaffe using it as a possible landing place! The invasion threat passed and a Bailey Bridge was built over the gap and the pier became an army training area.

By 1948 the pier had been abandoned and had fallen into a state of disrepair, but it was given a new lease of life when it was taken over by George Studd, an actor. Mr Studd set to work on repairing what was left of the pier and making it attractive to holidaymakers once again. 

The Claremont Pier now boasts modern facilities including an award winning restaurant and a family-orientated amusement arcade and luxurious casino area. The latest additions include a large wooden floored roller skating rink and a plush and contemporary multi-purpose venue. 

Attraction name:
Claremont Pier Leisure and Family Entertainment Centre
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