From September 30, entry to the pier is free
When is entry to the pier paid?
The tickets are required from April 27 to September 29.
What is the cost of a ticket?
full price: PLN 8.00
reduced price: PLN 4.00
night*: PLN 8.00
family, 2 adults + 1 child: PLN 18.00
family, 2 adults + 2 children: PLN 19.00
family, 2 adults + 3 children: PLN 20.00
full-price pass x15: PLN 85.00
reduced-price pass x15: PLN 40.00
* Night tickets are required:
a) from April 27 to June 16 – nights from Friday to Saturday and Saturday to Sunday, from 23:00 – 08:00 and on the long April-May weekend – 8 nights from April 27 to May 5,
b) from June 19 to September 1 – from 23:00 to 08:00.
Reduced-price tickets are available for:
a) children up to 16 years of age,
b) the disabled and and carers of people with the 1st class of disability.
Who can enter for free?
Children under 3 years of age as well as blind or visually impaired people (having the Polish Association of the Blind membership card) can enter for free along with a carer.
Citizens of Sopot and residents of the marina enter the facility for free upon presenting the Sopot/Resident Card and ID card.
Where can I buy a ticket?
From April 27, they can be bought at the Pier checkout as well as at www.smart-tour.pl and in the SmartTour Android application.
What are the opening hours for the checkouts?
27 IV – 18 VI: 08:00 – 21:00 (Fridays and Saturdays until 23:00)
19 VI – 31 VIII: 08:00 – 23:00
1-29 IX: 08:00 – 20:00
Can I pay by card?
Can I enter the pier with a dog?
You can walk with dogs on the walking jetty, provided they are on a leash, and in the case of large/fighting breeds – also in a muzzle. There are no additional fees for this; the dog enters with the owner’s ticket.
Can I enter the pier by bike or scooter?
You can’t ride a bike or a scooter on the wooden part, and for the land part the ban is in force from the beginning of May to the end of September.
Are events on the pier additionally paid?
In recent years, virtually all events were free, although some of them take place on the wooden part, where entry tickets are required.
How far is the pier from the railway?
about 12 min by foot
Where can I park my car close to the pier?
The nearest underground car park is under the Cure House, we also recommend car park at Chopin St. 10 (15 minutes walk to the Pier). In the high season, it’s worth using the free car park at the Ergo Arena hall and getting to the pier by electric bus.
Is the pier friendly for the disabled?
We try to make it so
– people with a significant level of vision loss enter for free along with a guide, in the case of people with partial blindness only the carer pays for a reduced-price ticket;
– people under 16 years of age in a wheelchair enter for free, the carer pays for a reduced-price ticket;
– other people with the first degree of disability enter with a reduced-price ticket;
– gates for the wooden part have additional passages adapted to the width of wheelchairs
– at the end of the jetty there is a lift for the disabled, and the yacht marina can be reached by a special ramp