Visiting: Minehead

The festival is FREE to attend. The festival is spread around the quayside of the marina, a short walk from the town centre

The postcode for the centre of the festival is TA24 5UQ

 

Venues

There is a large market on The Avenue 

We are asking you to consider walking, cycling or taking the bus to the festival.

Walking & Cycling

Getting to the festival on foot or by bike. Minehead some great cycle routes through the town. We have a dedicated cycle hub on The Parade with free cycle check ups, a ruckack cover and bike racks.

If you are walking in - try and beat Bev (one of the organisers) step goal for the day - check out the challenge on our Facebook Page

 

Visitor Charter

We have listened to the feedback from our visitors and developed our Visitor Charter - this is what we are committing to deliver for you. 

Buses

We know that the car parks get very busy so if there is a bus service near you we would advise trying it. You can plan your journey here

 

Car parking

There is a map link to the nearest car parks here But please consider walking, cycling or taking the bus

Train & National Express

Minehead has a railway station for the heritage West Somerset Railway - it not currently running

This links to the WSR timetables for later in the year

National Express run services from Bristol and London to Minehead and stop is by Butlins. 

* There is no age restriction on attending

* All our the site is fully accessible & there is level access throughout the site

* There is no mud

* We provide lots of seating

* Dogs are welcome

* If you want to bring a picnic, no problem

* Do check the weather and wear suitable sun factor protection (or waterproofs!)

 

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Portishead + Minehead + Honiton

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