Welcome to Nothe Fort
Located at the entrance to Weymouth Harbour the Fort is a labyrinth of underground passageways and outdoor areas with stunning views of the Jurassic Coast. Constructed on three levels , which are easily accessed by means of a lift, the Fort is filled with displays, mammoth guns and cinema areas that chart the history of this large and magnificent Victorian structure. Nothe Fort is now one of Weymouth’s major attractions and a venue for a wide range of events.
You don’t have to be a military enthusiast to enjoy Nothe Fort, it’s a great day out for all the family with lots to see and explore, so why not come and spend a day with us - you won’t regret it, but beware the fort is haunted.
Please also see You Tube link for Nothe Fort 40 Years: These images show the transformation of Weymouth's historic Nothe Fort from its totally derelict state in 1968 to its restoration as a major historic tourist attraction.
The Nothe Fort is operated by the Weymouth Civic Society, a Registered Charity, Number 1148603 Scheduled National Monument Number 33199, Museum (Resource) Registration Number 1648
Nothe Fort is volunteer based and are always on the look for New Volunteers. If you think you can help, please click on link.
Please come and see our new Fort View Cafe: Offering a wide range of catering to suit all tastes. Please note we are also open to non-museum visitors
Nothe Fort now offers an Annual Pass for all visitors for the same price as a normal admission. This means one adult can come in to the Fort for as many times as they wish during the 12 month validity period for just £7 while a family of four (2 adults & 2 children) can do the same for just £15. Please note this offer excludes admission for up to 5 special events during the year (see events page for more details)
New! Nothe Fort WW2 Home Front Experience Tours. This is a tour based on our Evacuee Experience displays normally reserved for schools only. At the present time these take place on a Thursday from 11am subject to demand. There is no need to book, just turn up and ask at Reception. The tour costs £1 per person (in addition to the normal entrance fee) and last for approximately 1 hour.