Courtesy of Clevedon Pier

Clevedon Pier

An iconic landmark elegantly jutting out towards the coastal horizon since 1869

  • Heritage
  • Museums

Saved from near destruction in 1998, the Pier - once a staging point for the steamships to and from South Wales - has been painstakingly restored to its former glory and is once again ‘the most beautiful pier in England’.

A visit to Grade 1 listed Clevedon Pier includes a trip through time, with hands-on exhibitions spanning from the Pier’s construction to the present day. There are boat trips, fishing, events as well as Tiffin, the Pier’s award-winning restaurant, which offers unparalleled seaside views and an impressive sea-inspired menu. 

In 2019 Clevedon Pier celebrates it’s 150 Birthday, with lots of special events planned throughout the year

Did you know?

Clevedon Pier is built with discarded railway lines from the great engineer Brunel’s broad-gauge South Wales Railway. They may not have been successfully used as a railway line, but did make superbly slender and strong supports for the pier.

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