You’ll need a ticket to enter the Regatta enclosure, which is a section of the riverbank with a great view of the racing and access to a wide range of entertainment and facilities. You can enjoy music, food and drink, classic cars, stalls, and family activities to keep young and old amused.
The Regatta enclosure is open to the public between 8 am and 8 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Competitors will have access from 7 am on the days they are racing.
|Children under 5||free|
Upon entry you will be given a sticker that gives you access to the enclosure throughout the day.
Gate 1 – next to the Regatta start line
Gate 2 – at the entrance to the University playing field
Gate 3 – next to St. Cuthbert’s Society Boathouse
Gate 4 – next to Baths Bridge
There may be large queues at peak times, particularly at Gate 4.
You can pick up programmes for free at any gate or at Regatta Control (located next to the start area). They include the racing schedule for both days.
Dogs should be kept under control at all times.
Cycling is not permitted in the enclosure.
Visitors enter at their own risk.