7th & 8th September 2024
Weymouth Peninsula

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Planning Your Visit

Wherever you’re travelling from, it’s easy to get to Weymouth by road, rail or coach.

The 2024 Dorset Seafood Festival will be held at the Weymouth Peninsula, located at the very end of Weymouth’s beautiful sandy beach and the start of the historic harbourside. Offering spectacular views over Portland and Weymouth Bay, it’s the ideal spot to soak up the atmosphere and celebrate all things seafood. Pavilion Post Code DT4 8ED.

Access to the Festival

The Festival will be open:

Saturday 7th September
10.00am to 8.00pm

Sunday 8th September
10.30am to 5.00pm

Admission to the festival is by ticket only and valid for the time stated on ticket. A site plan and map will be available from marshal points.

Concession ticket holders – local residents, seniors over 65, kids under 16 – may be asked for proof of address or age at the entrance gate. Children under 16 must have a valid Kids Go Free concession ticket for entry.

Well behaved dogs are welcome, kept on a short leash at all times.

The site is level throughout. Assistance dogs are very welcome, and water can be provided. Hire of motorised scooters is possible from Active Mobility


There’s plenty of parking in Weymouth, but over Festival Weekend, town centre car parks  tend to fill up quickly and congestion in the town centre can be expected.

Park and Ride

We recommend using the Park and Ride service. The bus will drop you about a five minute walk along the esplanade to the festival site. The Park & Ride site is located just off the A354 at Mount Pleasant, Mercery Road, Weymouth DT3 5HJ.

Getting to the Festival

Visiting Weymouth

Where to stay in Weymouth

A Great British seaside resort, Weymouth offers a huge range of accommodation of every type for any budget.

What to see in Weymouth

Weymouth has something for everyone, from its golden beach and historic harbourside to the spectacular Jurassic Coast.

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