Weymouth is the recommended station for The Nothe. From there, it’s an approx. 30-minute walk through Weymouth town centre to The Nothe – take your time and soak up the atmosphere.
Rail services to Weymouth will be very busy, so you should book your rail tickets in advance. Special 2012 Games Train Tickets are available for London 2012 ticket holders.
Direct coach services will run from various locations across the South of England and the Midlands. These are not included in the price of your event ticket and must be booked online in advance
From the coach drop-off point, it’s an approximately 50-minute walk to The Nothe along the Esplanade.
Park-and-ride is available for this venue. This service is not included in the price of your event ticket and must be booked in advance
From the park-and-ride drop-off point, it’s an approx. 30-minute walk to The Nothe along Swannery Lake.
There is a network of walking routes in and around Weymouth that provide good access to the venue.
Free, secure, managed cycle parking will be provided at the venue and there is a network of cycling routes in and around Weymouth. The venue is located on the National Cycle Network route 26, which runs from Portland Bill to Weymouth and on to Dorchester.
Plan your journey by bike using the spectator journey planner.
Find out about cycle hire in Weymouth
Please note that bike locks will not be provided at the venue so remember to bring one with you.
Weymouth station has step-free access, with staff assistance available. An accessible shuttle service will run from the station to The Nothe.
If you’re travelling by National Rail and require assistance, you should book this when you buy your train tickets. To book rail tickets and assistance, visit the 2012 Games Train Ticket booking website
Limited, pre-booked accessible parking will be provided close to the venue for disabled spectators who are UK Blue Badge holders or members of an equivalent national scheme. Accessible shuttles will be provided from the parking area to the venue entrance. Accessible parking must be booked in advance
In addition, accessible spaces can be pre-booked at at park-and-ride sites and shuttle services will be suitable for disabled spectators, including wheelchair users. Book an accessible park-and-ride space
Wheelchair spaces can also be booked on 2012 Games coach services
Accessible shuttles will also run between the park-and-ride, coach drop-off points and the venue.
Taxis and private hire vehicles
The main taxi rank will be located at Park Street car park in Weymouth town centre.