We are open 10am to 5pm. Closed Tuesdays during Devon term time. Last entry to the exhibition is one hour before closing.
To help you make the most of your day, there are also four Discovery Points around Seaton, to help you discover the natural wonders of the area after you have left the centre. We also have a cafe, gift shop, and house the Seaton Tourist Information Centre, so there is always plenty to do. Opening times:
|Monday||10am – 5pm*|
|Tuesday||10am-5pm/Closed during Devon term time|
|Wednesday||10am – 5pm*|
|Thursday||10am – 5pm*|
|Friday||10am – 5pm*|
|Saturday||10am – 5pm*|
|Sunday||10am – 5pm*|
*To make the most of your adventure the last entry to the exhibits is one hour before closing.
(free entry to cafe and shop)
Adult: (16+): £11 including Gift Aid
Child: (3+): £6.60 including Gift Aid
Family: £24.20 including Gift Aid
Concession: £8.80 including Gift Aid
Our ticket prices include an optional Gift Aid donation of 10%. This enables us to collect an additional 25p on every £1 of the ticket price. Seaton Jurassic is a trading subsidiary of Devon Wildlife Trust and all Gift Aid donations support our work to protect all Devon’s wildlife and to safeguard Devon’s unique natural environment.
Getting here by car:
The nearest place to park your four-wheeled friend is the long stay car park, just a two minute walk from Seaton Jurassic. Or on busy days, the overflow car park across the road from us. There are numerous other parking locations in town, all within walking distance to the centre. Your journey through the exhibits takes on average 90-120 minutes.
You can pay with cash or in some car parks with card, the easiest way to pay is using the mobile app which allows you to pay for only the actual time used.
Parkmobile Parking – Parkmobile
Getting here by Public Transport:
From Exeter, the 9A operates hourly via Sidmouth, or the X52 two-hourly via Beer. All the bus services stop at Seaton Sea Front, which is convenient for the town centre. For Seaton Jurassic get off at Underfleet. Other links to Seaton include the 9A from Sidmouth, 20 from Honiton and Taunton and X52 from Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Bridport.
There is also an extra service from Seaton to Lyme Regis 9A.
Service 899 also serves Seaton from Sidmouth and Beer (and stops at Sidford, Branscombe, with some journeys passing Beer Quarry Caves.
Service 885 serves Seaton, Colyford, Colyton, Musbury and Axminster (calling in at Axminster Station)
If you are travelling from further afield, take the bus or train to Exeter and then catch one of the services listed above.
Getting here by Bicycle:
We offer secure cycle parking facilities next to our main entrance, while the Stop Line Way long distance cycle route takes you to Seaton Jurassic’s door.
Getting here on Foot:
Seaton Jurassic is located next to the Seaton Tram station, just a few minutes from the town centre.
The South West Coast Path runs through the town and Seaton Jurassic is about 5 minutes walking from the seafront.