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Clevedon Pier and Heritage Centre, Clevedon

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  • Will never have any reason not go back anytime of year. Good ambience and food, lovely chatty staff and good views over channel.  more »
  • If in the area, the Victorian pier at Clevedon is well worth a visited. It has a recently completed new visitor centre which enhances the feel of the pier.  more »
  • We were surprised by a few items during our visit to Clevedon. 1) Dogs are not allowed on the beach but ARE allowed on the pier. 2: Camera Tripods are not allowed on the pier. As responsible dog owner...  more »
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  • Love this old Pier. Visit it regularly, with my daughter usually. Lovely warm and friendly staff. If you get a family pass it also makes it quite affordable if it's a place you visit regularly. Tiffins make a cracking hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows, bloody lovely especially on a cold and windy day.
  • An impressive improvement since my last visit. I must get round to having fish and chips at the end of the pier!
  • The nicest pier near Bristol. Elegant and unfussy. Tea room at start and end of the pier.
  • Entry at first seemed expensive, but the entry fee goes to upkeep of the grade 1 listed Pier and it's new visitor centre. A true engineering wonder.
  • Although it has recently steeped up in price, i would say it'd be worth every penny... so long as it goes towards the pier itself.