Clevedon Pier was opened in 1869 to receive paddle steamer passengers from Devon and Wales. Today it is a focal point for events in Clevedon and once again you can take boat trips aboard the Balmoral steamer and Waverley paddle ship.
Fishing is also popular from the Pier with some of the best fishing for miles around.
You can hire the Pier or the unique new Porthole Room for weddings, parties meetings or other special occasions.
It is the only Grade 1 listed pier you can visit in England and now features a range of attractions – including:
Discover @ The Pier with a range of hands on exhibits about Clevedon, The Pier and the Severn Estuary, which will entertain all ages.
Tiffin @ The Pier – superb food , drinks and ice cream at a unique location.
Shop @ The Pier – with bespoke gifts for all occasions.
SUMMER OPENING TIMES (July to September) 10.00am – 9.00pm every day (weekdays & weekends)
(Last entry: 8.00pm)
Own a piece of history
Sponsor a plank…
A brass plaque acknowledging your sponsorship is a very special way to say something to the people you love or to hold a happy memory.
Thank you to everyone who supported the Grand Opening of our Visitor Centre!
Message to all Photographers – The Archivist Challenge
Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust has a growing collection of weird and wonderful stuff that captures the history and story of the pier. And we want to include photos of what you liked best about the celebrations on May 30th, 2016. An important day in the Pier’s life.
Any time after May 30th you can send us your photo with your name and a contact detail and what inspired you to take it. All photos will be included in the Clevedon Pier Archive and there are two prizes on offer. A £25 token of your choice and a £25 Annual Pier Pass.
Send your photos to email@example.com or pop them in an envelope clearly marked ‘The Archivist Challenge’ and post or drop them into The Pier Toll House.
And thanks for adding to The Clevedon Pier Archive