Bournemouth celebrates it LGBTQ+ community with Bourne Free, the annual weekend of fun to celebrate equality and diversity.
Starting on the East Cliff on Saturday 13 July, the Parade heads west to The Triangle on a route just over a mile long.
The Triangle arena is the hub of all things Bourne Free, with a family fun evening on 12 July, and live entertainment from drag artists to celebrities on the Saturday.
With it all being 20 minutes from the stunning Bournemouth seafront, there’s no excuse not to make a weekend of it.
Discover Bourne Free
How do I get to Bourne Free Pride Festival?
Trains to Bournemouth station run every 30 minutes from London Waterloo and Weymouth, and 4 times an hour from Southampton Central.
Arriving at Bournemouth, it’s about 1.5 miles to The Triangle. It’s a pleasant walk through the city centre, or you can take one of the regular buses to Commercial Road, and then it’s just a 5-minute walk.
Things to do in Bournemouth
Bournemouth is a hub in the south west, and there’s plenty to do – from catching a show at the Bournemouth International Centre, a stroll along the beach, or raising your adrenaline levels on the PierZip. Head to our Bournemouth page to find out what to do in the city, or head to our 48 hours in Bournemouth blog for some ideas on making a weekend of it.