We are open daily from 10:30-17:00* (with last entry at 16:30pm) *weather dependent

There is a one-way system in operation using the full width of the Pier.

Our shop is open –  souvenirs, postcards, local crafts, jewellery and other gifts.
The Pagoda is open for takeaway hot and cold drinks, ice cream and snacks.
The museum, Porthole Room and on-site toilets remain closed due to the need to maintain social distancing.
The Pier Copse toilets are available. These are just opposite the entrance to the Pier.
Due to updated government guidelines, we are now carrying out Test & Trace. We can either take the name and contact details of the lead member of your group of up to 6, but we don’t have to take these details if you check in by scanning the QR code with the new NHS app, so it can speed up your entry to the Pier by using this. You can download the NHS app from the following links:
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We are only accepting payment by debit/credit card, or other contactless forms such as Apple Pay.
We do not currently accept cash.

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Thank you for your continued loyalty to the Pier and we wish you and your families well during this difficult time.

Fifty years ago this month ………

What happened on the day that Clevedon Pier collapsed ….

Disaster struck Clevedon Pier at 10.20 on the morning of Friday, 16th October 1970 – 50 years ago – when under load testing for insurance purposes, the southern side seventh trestle failed causing the seventh and eight spans to fall into the sea, leaving the Pierhead as an island. Click here to find out what local people felt at the time – you might be surprised.
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What can visitors to the Pier actually see?
To mark the 50 years of community effort since the collapse, the Pier has arranged for 12 historical posters to be printed.
These allow visitors to the Pier to read about what happened on the day and the town’s efforts to rebuild The Pier. As our museum is closed, these will be displayed outside on the lower windows of the pagoda, with gaps between the panels to ensure social distancing.
Between October 16 and October 19, the model of The Pier used in the Public inquiry in 1980 will be on display in our Glass Box space.
Also on the day of the anniversary, at 2pm, we will be unveiling a special plaque to mark our survival.
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How can you support the pier to ensure its survival for future generations ?
 We have launched a special limited edition of 50 x 50 year passes that will allow one adult plus up to 3 children access to the pier for the next 50 years for just £10 per year. Click here for more information about our limited edition 50 Year Pass and to buy one.
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Click here to buy a 50 Year Pass.
Alternatively you can:
Buy a Pier plaque here
Buy a regular Annual Pass for individuals, couples or families here
Or just  make a donation to help fund our maintenance here


Amateur film footage taken by Ralph Fryer on the day the Pier collapsed. Ralph heard about the collapse whilst working in the Walton area. “I dashed home and collected my movie camera, came back and took this film.” Later in the day Ralph took his boat out and circled the broken spans capturing unique images of the stricken Pier.