From Weymouth to Portland, the Legacy Trail follows a disused passenger railway line, now a wonderfully, accessible wildlife corridor. The Rodwell Trail from Weymouth to Ferrybridge is a fully surfaced route suitable for scooters, bicycles and mobility scooters. It takes you past old station platforms and Sandsfoot Castle, with...
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Explore the streets of Weymouth with a self-guided Murder Mystery themed walking Treasure Trail; a...0.72 miles away
Weymouth Pavilion, originally built in 1908, destroyed by fire in 1954, rebuilt in 1959. Recently...0.98 miles away
Located in Weymouth on the edge of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jurassic...1.16 miles away
Weymouth Beach is a three mile beach and is just minutes from the town centre and historic...1.22 miles away
On the Legacy Trail, this is your first point of call on Portland
Managed by Dorset Wildlife...1.3 miles away
The Esplanade, running parallel to the beach. is the section of the Legacy Trail that joins...1.49 miles away
Situated on the Jurassic Coast, on the edge of Chickerell Village, is Bennetts Water Gardens. This...2.06 miles away
Overlooking Portland Harbour in Dorset stands one of Henry VIII's finest coastal forts, built in...2.06 miles away
Our 2015 theme of 'Best & British' featuring British icons, we would love to welcome you to this...2.12 miles away
Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park and Tower takes you on an adventure both above and below the...2.16 miles away
At the start of the Legacy Trail, the Lorton Meadows Reserve has fantastic views down the Lorton...3.31 miles away
The foundations of a small Romano-Celtic temple.3.42 miles away
Jutting out into the English Channel at the centre of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site, this...5.47 miles away
Enjoy a guided tour of the Trinity House Lighthouse at Portland Bill.
For nearly 300 years a...5.6 miles away
A protected shingle beach overlooking Weymouth Bay.
Dogs permitted on beach all year round.5.75 miles away
Chesil Beach is 18 miles (28 kilometres) long and, on average, 160 metres wide and rises to 12...6 miles away