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The Grand Pier Weston-Super-Mare

Location pin

Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare, UK, BS23 1AL - 

  • Credit card

    From
    £200 min spend

  • Users

    Up to
    2000 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

From our fascinating history to our thrilling attractions, the Grand Pier is the perfect setting for hosting an event. With small and large capacity, function rooms and stunning views, we endeavour to create the perfect atmosphere for your event. We offer versatile and innovative spaces that are perfect for corporate hire whilst also being able to cater for private parties, charity balls, children’s parties and concerts plus many more.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 2000

Dining

Dining

up to 600

Theatre

Theatre

up to 800

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 100

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 600

Classroom

Classroom

up to 200

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Disabled access

Disabled access

Heating

Heating

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Lectern

Lectern

Natural light

Natural light

Outdoor / Garden / Beach

Outdoor / Garden / Beach

Print/Scan/Copy

Print/Scan/Copy

Stage

Stage

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Tea

Tea

Whiteboards

Whiteboards

Public transport

Public transport

Premises parking

Premises parking

Audio & visual

TV screen

TV screen

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Allowed events

wedding

Wedding ceremony licence

ticketedEvents

Promoted/ticketed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 180 days before the event 50% refundable 30 days before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Judith Akubuike

    May 2024

    My recent visit to Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier was an absolute delight! The pier, perched on the sea, offered a refreshing breeze that was both cool and invigorating. We explored the shops and stumbled upon a treasure trove of personalized teddy bears, choosing one adorned with my daughter and her friends' names, a delightful memento of our day. Equipped with a bucket adorned with various shapes, my daughter eagerly crafted sandcastles by the beachside, despite the slight chill in the air, the experience was thoroughly enjoyable. Inside the Grand Pier, a world of entertainment awaited. With an array of coin-operated games, we indulged in motorbike races and countless other thrilling adventures. The atmosphere was electric, brimming with laughter and excitement, captivating both adults and children alike. The weather, remarkably favorable, added to the charm of the day, allowing us to fully appreciate the panoramic views from the sky deck, encompassing the sprawling beach below. Despite the nominal gate fee of £1 per person, the memories we created were priceless, making every penny worthwhile. Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier undoubtedly promises a return visit, beckoning with its irresistible blend of seaside charm and endless amusement.

  • Jane-merlaine Power

    April 2024

    We had a lovely few hours here. Lots to do for the children, thankfully, as it was such a cold, rainy day. It's £1 entry onto the pier . There are plenty of places to buy food and drink. The doughnuts directly at the entrance of the pier are amazing. There are also areas to sit and wait and enjoy a coffee.

  • Ana Faria

    May 2024

    Had a blast here!! Went on a week day so it wasn't very busy. Easy to understand how it works, and the card is very useful and easy to use. You get it for 1£ ( refundable if you return it at the end ). You charge it with 10 or more pounds. Some games don't accept the card, so be prepared with some 1£ coins. The staff was prepared to help and were constantly walking around checking everything. At the end we had in hand tickets and two cards with tickets and the girl let us join everything together, (even wrote it on a paper so we wouldn't forget) making it easier to track what we could and couldn't get. The prizes you can get are amazing and it's fun for all ages.

  • Gary Fenn

    April 2024

    A lovely retro walk with arcades and cafés. You have to pay £1 per person to walk on the pier (cards accepted) - your call if that is worth it, but I will say there are free to use toilets whereas every other toilet on the promenade are 20p per person. I also noticed how spotlessly clean the pier was so your money is going somewhere. It's only a short walk, perhaps 10 minutes from one end to the other. The far end has a great viewpoint with useful signs telling you what you are looking at across the water. There's a large arcade with the usual machines and games, plus cafes and restaurants for ice cream, fish and chips, all the usual seaside treats. Plus nice benches dotted along the way, and a covered walkway for when the weather turns.

  • Darren A. Smith

    June 2024

    From a distance, if you compare this pier to others, it looks more like a government building than a place of amusements and fun. I am very surprised that you have to pay £1 to get on the pier before 6:30pm, after that it’s free to enter. Plus, the contactless thingy on the turnstile is a bit pants. Then, when you walk up to the ‘Grand Pier’ the only way to get cash is to use the ATM with a £1.50 charge, and most of the machines are cash. There is the option to load a card with money but we just wanted a couple of games of something and that felt too complicated for two games. On the walk back off of the pier a big sign says ‘Exit through turnstiles’. We tried and then the attendant shouted ‘Exit via the shop’. Odd.