Highway to Seawork

Getting to Seawork is simple, by road, rail, sea and air - and when you arrive in the maritime city of Southampton parking is plentiful and dedicated shuttle buses bring you right to the entrance.

Seawork takes place in Mayflower Park, overlooking the busy marine highway, Southampton Water and the Port of Southampton, the UK's number one vehicle handling port, Europe's leading turnaround cruise port and the UK's most productive container port

Road links are good, via the M27 to the East and West and down the M3 from the North.

Southampton Central railway station is just one mile away and you don’t even have to walk, our shuttle buses will be there to greet you.

Southampton Airport, which serves over forty direct European destinations with onward connections to the world via Amsterdam, is a 10-minute taxi journey from Seawork and Bournemouth Airport, which currently serves more than 25 destinations, is a 45-minute journey away.

Seawork offers so many opportunities you will need to be there for more than a day. Seawork works closely with Destination Southampton, the local conference bureau offering fantastic accommodation advice and rates for Seawork. Why not take early advantage of the rates and book NOW.

Southampton is a vibrant, modern city which offers a warm welcome to visitors from all over the world. Destination Southampton can also help guide you on what to see and do during your stay, including recommendations and bookings for places to eat and top nightlife locations. There are often discounts available to Seawork visitors throughout the exhibition, so keep checking their website for the latest offers and deals.

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