Jubilee Pool is an outdoor sea water lido – please always check our homepage before your visit depending on the weather. When closed for planned tidal drain downs to keep the pool clean, we will publish those details here.
Entry to our top terrace is free – just pay to swim or spectate poolside. All entry income helps us operate and maintain the pool so it remains here for years to come.
Our entry prices are here and offer great value for all day access. You can also buy a season ticket, annual membership or make a donation to us through Gift Aid when you visit.
Our pools are all staffed by qualified lifeguards.
We have changing cubicles and warm showers – please bring your own towels and suitable clothing. We allow wetsuits in the main and learner pools. We ask that children who require nappies wear swimming nappies (you can buy these at our ticket kiosk if you need them).
We do not have lockers (but hope to install a limited number when we upgrade our changing facilities for geothermal in November) so please keep your valuables with you or leave them by the poolside at your own risk.
Please bring water and sunscreen on hotter days as there is limited shade due to our open design.
We also have an amazing new café which offers all day food from breakfast, lunch to dinner, snacks, drinks and is licensed for alcohol sales. We use fresh, local, sustainable ingredients and cater for specialist diets such as vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free. Please ask our staff and make them aware of any allergies.
We are a single use plastic free venue as we are made from the sea and respect our oceans. We do not offer plastic straws, cups, stirrers or cutlery. We offer better drinks prices when you use a refillable cup (Jubilee Pool branded containers are available). Please use our recycling bins where possible and help discourage seagulls by not feeding them or leaving litter on our poolside
Dogs are welcome on our free top terrace – please do not leave them unattended.
On street free and paid-for parking is available nearby on the Prom, St Antony’s Car Park and the Wharfside (near the station).
We aim to be open as usual over the weekend, however times may vary in the adverse weather. We will update this page with any further changes.