Free entrance to the Pier.
Clevedon Pier is the only Grade I Listed pier intact in the country. It is beautiful slender structure a located on the North Somerset Coast, a much-loved local icon with immense heritage importance. Opened to the public in 1869 the pier consists of a promenade stretching into the sea, built using old Barlow railway lines from Brunel’s Great Western Railway broad gauge. It was rescued by the Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust following a Public Inquiry resulting from its partial collapse under a load test in 1971.