Entry to Historic Dorset Fort for 2 Adults with Drink now £10 / 1 A + 1 C £7.50 / Family of 4 Ticket £13 via Travelzoo
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Entry to Historic Dorset Fort for 2 Adults with Drink now £10 / 1 A + 1 C £7.50 / Family of 4 Ticket £13 via Travelzoo

Mod & Ed 7
Mod & Ed
Found 11th May
Thought these ticket prices were now excellent value for this very highly rated tourist attraction - Nothe Fort in Weymouth especially with May Half Term not far off

Saving around 48% on the normal ticket prices, there are various combo's to choose from + Children under 5 go Free

  • Two adult (aged 16+) day tickets to Nothe Fort, plus a pot of tea each £10 (£5pp)
  • One Adult & 1 Child Ticket £7.50 + Pot of Tea for Adult
  • Family Ticket (up to 2 Adults & 2 Children) £13.50 + Pot of Tea each for Adults

Children under five go free. Dogs are welcome providing they are kept on a lead and supervised at all times

For £5 a head, you and a friend can now spend the day at the 19th-century Nothe Fort in Weymouth. You can expect memorabilia such as World War II guns and vehicles, a maze of underground rooms and passages to explore, and unique historic exhibits located on the ramparts and gun decks.


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What's Included

  • Two adult (aged 16+) day tickets to Nothe Fort, plus a pot of tea each
  • A 15% discount in the venue's gift shop
  • A day ticket for one adult and one child* (aged 5-15) is £7.50; a day ticket for two adults and up to two children is £13
  • Valid 10:30am-5:30pm daily until 28 October


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Why We Love It

  • You will save 48% on the regular cost of the experience
  • Nothe Fort was built between 1860-72 to protect Portland Harbour -- it went on to be used by the army for coastal defence and ammunition storage
  • Outdoor areas of the fort offer views of Weymouth Bay and the Jurassic Coast
  • The venue is very highly rated -- 95% of more than 1400 TripAdvisor users have rated it as Very Good or Excellent, and 99% of Travelzoo members who have visited on a previous deal and rated the experience said they loved it


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Could this be made operational again say by the end of Q1 2019? just asking for a friend who works in London for the government....
Lived near Weymouth for about 25 years didn't even know this was an attraction.
MrWani6 h, 0 m ago

Lived near Weymouth for about 25 years didn't even know this was an …Lived near Weymouth for about 25 years didn't even know this was an attraction.



youve never been to the fort

they do school trips and such there, hidden mice to count on the way around too
Used to love this place as a kid, running around trying to find all the mice! Great exhibits too! I'm sure it's still brilliant. If you're in the area definitely add it to your todo list, especially good as a family trip
Definitely worth a few hours in Weymouth. Cafe does nice food as well
MrWani18 h, 56 m ago

Lived near Weymouth for about 25 years didn't even know this was an …Lived near Weymouth for about 25 years didn't even know this was an attraction.


I'm only 30 miles away in Yeovil and never knew about it either, I think I've vaguely heard of it but never been. I've been to Weymouth probably a 100 times or more in my life too. Probably go about 4-5 times per year if not more on average in recent years. Even tried to cycle there once but only got as far as Dorchester.
off to weymouth in july and will use this. thanks, heat added!
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