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Clevedon Pier and Heritage Centre, Clevedon

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  • Clevedon Pier is truly wonderful and the plain view of it from the distance will be enough for you to like it already. Have a nice walk along this masterpiece to remember the time when it was built 15...  more »
  • Lovely little Victorian pier worth a visit and walk along. Numerous fishermen along the pier with lots of little plaques depicting birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and people who loved the pier are ...  more »
  • Took my 3yo nephew along the pier and he really enjoyed it. He loved the porthole window looking underneath the pier. The museum is great but for older kids and adults. It was interactive as well.  more »
  • 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.