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Welcome to Pierdom

Pierdom Insight

Being the country with the largest diversity on the globe. UK have an incredible number of tourist attractions and Piers that ranges from the Tower of London, Warwick Castle, the lake district to Southampton and Burnham on Sea Pier. Pierdom will help you find the most popular piers you can visit throughout the United Kingdom.

Pierdom goal is to help you discover the best tourist spots across UK without having to spend a lot of time looking for information on various websites. Pierdom have gathered all the Piers information under one roof. We will be adding more Piers time by time.

Fun on the Pier with Pierdom

UK Pier offers range of activities that are suitable for all the family. Explore your favourite Piers from Pierdom list. Enjoy the rides, Play games and many other Entertainment activities are available for kids and adults at UK Piers. There are plenty and endless options, so no matter how you choose to spend the day, you’re sure to enjoy yourself!

Walk through the Pier  and enjoy the spectacular and stunning views, accompanied by the sound of crashing waves and of the ocean’s breeze. You can enjoy an evening stroll with your partner or just want to hang out with a group of friends, be sure to slow down and take a deep breath and enjoy fresh air in the relaxed atmosphere.

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What are Piers?

Piers provide that unique setting to show off classic shoreline views as well as entertainment for families and people who love to go to the beach. It is fortunate that not all piers are the same and create an exciting atmosphere with either tranquil sea views or delicious seafood eateries. Spend some time away from sunbathing and relax and take in the entertainment, and views on these fabulous piers all over the UK.

Piers in Detail

From the beginning, piers have been a place where people gathered. In colonial times, the wooden piers were an economic engine of port cities luring workers from the UK and abroad. Agricultural products and goods were imported and exported. Fishermen brought their catch to the pier, where the fish were processed and sold. This economic vibrancy attracted shops, restaurants and pubs. Soon attractions sprung up to entertain and educate pier workers, their families and a growing number of pier visitors.

Piers History

Around the turn of the 19th century, some cities built piers to serve the infant, yet growing, cruise industry. Other cities built a new concept - the pleasure pier - designed to entice visitors to beach areas. Visionary businessmen sought the fastest, largest, most unusual roller coasters, carousels, Ferris wheels and other thrill rides. They built fun zones, arcades and entertainment venues on the piers. It worked! People swarmed by the thousands to these piers drawn by the amusement parks, festivities, pier fishing and the novelty of walking above the ocean waters. During World War II, the military converted and used many existing piers for defensive purposes, training or transporting troops or rest and relaxation for military trainees. Other piers fell into disrepair during this time. Following the war, piers became gathering spots again, mainly as fishing and pleasure places.

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