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Visitor information

You should find everything you need to arrange a visit on our website. We've also collected some helpful links and advice below to help you plan a great day out in Weymouth.

Visitor checklist

Planning a trip

  • Opening times
    Both attractions are open daily (except Christmas Day), times do vary throughout the year so please check our opening calendar for details.
  • Getting here
    You should allow around 30 minutes to walk between the attractions. Remember if you book tickets with us then you can visit the Tower up to 2 weeks after the Park.
  • Get great value tickets
    You'll save over 32% on our website, skip the tickets queue, plus take advantage of our exclusive Rainy Day Guarantee.

On the day

Explore our Adventure Park and Weymouth Tower pages to find out all the fun things to do.

  • You should allow at least 2-3 hours to visit the Adventure Park - there's lots to see and do for the whole day.
  • The Tower normally takes around 30 minutes, including the wait time to fly, busy days could take a little longer.
  • There are feeding times throughout the day for the creatures at the Adventure Park. Remember to check times when you arrive as they can sometimes change.

Facilities

Toilets & baby-changing

We have toilets and baby changing areas throughout the Adventure Park - download the full map (PDF) to see where they are.

There aren't any toilets at the tower.

Pushchairs

Both attractions are fully accessible for pushchairs, but you'll need to leave them outside of certain rides and attractions. Don't worry, this is clearly sign-posted and a limited number of spaces are available for this.

Eating & drinking

There is an indoor cafe at the Adventure Park along with several smaller stalls elsewhere. We serve a variety of food and drink, with plenty of healthy options available.

  • Adventurers Grill is the eatery by the Entrance/Exit and is our main restaurant which is always open. Take a look at the menu.
  • Adventurers’ Snacks is located in Adventure Island and is a coffee shop style with grab and go food such as sandwiches and hot dogs. Take a look at the menu.

The Tower does not have anywhere to sit and eat, but you can get snacks and drinks from the vending machines. It's only a few minutes from town too.

Birthday Parties

We offer a great value Birthday Party package for 10 children or more. Read more here.

Disabled access

We do not offer a separate disabled rate but if you are registered disabled you will be entitled to admit one free carer with you. Please ensure that you bring documentation with you on the day such as your blue badge, DLA Letter or note from a doctor or specialist. If you are booking in advance, you do not need to book a ticket for your carer. If you require a second carer they can enter the attraction for half price.

For a full guide to the Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park and Tower please download our handy Access All Areas leaflet which covers the most frequently asked questions about accessing our attractions.

Tower access

The Tower has full disabled access and has the capacity for one wheelchair per flight.

There is a designated wheelchair space on each flight if required. Guests in motorised wheelchairs which are larger than 160cm x 80 cm may need to transfer into a wheelchair provided by the attraction.

SEA LIFE Express Road Train

The SEA LIFE Express can accommodate 1 wheelchair (including small motorised wheelchairs) per journey.

Please contact us for more information or ask when you arrive.

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Open daily.
See full calendar.

Easy to get to.
Both attractions are near Weymouth beach. See map.