Clevedon Pier

Clevedon Pier was opened in 1869 to receive paddle steamer passengers from Devon and Wales. Today it is a focal point for events and educational programmes in Clevedon. It has a unique cafe in the Victorian Pagoda at the end of the pier and is also now a licensed Wedding Venue.

Clevedon Pier celebrated it’s 150 Birthday in 2019.

It is the only Grade 1 listed pier you can visit in England

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Pier is currently open Thursday – Sunday, 11:00-17:00 (last entry 16:30).

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

A pop up shop is open at the toll house – selling ice  cream, soft drinks, postcards and other gifts.

The Pagoda is now open for coffee, tea, cold drinks and cakes.

Tiffin on the Pier and the museum are now closed. No toilets will be available.

They are only accepting payment by debit/credit card, or other contactless forms such as Apple Pay.

They do not currently accept cash.

Clevedon Pier also offers the best fishing for miles around and is open to both visiting anglers and members of its own fishing club – The Clevedon Pier Sea Angling Club.  Visit their website –

Clevedon Pier is England’s only Grade 1 listed pier and celebrated it’s 150 Birthday In 2019.
  • Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust, The Beach, Clevedon, UK
  • 01275 878846
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 10:00 to 17:00 (Last Entry 16:30)
Thursday: 10:00 to 17:00 (Last Entry 16:30)
Friday: 10:00 to sunset – weather dependent
Saturday: 10:00 to sunset – weather dependent
Sunday: 10:00 to sunset – weather dependent

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