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We are very excited about 2016 - if you love the sand sculptures on the beach, you will absolutely...
Located in Weymouth on the edge of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jurassic...
Explore the streets of Weymouth with a self-guided Murder Mystery themed walking Treasure Trail; a...
Not sure of what to do on your visit to Weymouth? Think a beach is all we’ve got? Well think again!! Whether you are looking for family fun, the opportunity to explore or try something new Weymouth has something for everyone.
Take in the sights, sounds and beautiful wildlife at one of Weymouth’s RSPB reserve. RSPB Radipole Lake and RSPB Lodmoor offer the chance to get up close and personal with the local wildlife with regular participatory events for young and old to enjoy.
Of course everyone is aware of Weymouth’s stunning golden sand but not all are aware of some of the mind-blowing structures created by using the famous sand. Sandworld in Weymouth welcome some of the best sand sculptures from around the globe to create artist masterpieces the defy logic. With past themes including best of British and the Olympics it really is something that needs to be seen to be believed!
If getting out and exploring your local surroundings is more your kind of thing then why not take part in a self-guided treasure hunt? Treasure Trails Dorset allows you to explore Weymouth in a fun and imaginative way. Follow the clues around the town on buildings and monuments and discover the location of the missing treasure.
Weymouth Sea Life and Adventure Park is always a big hit with families visiting Weymouth. Learn more of life under the waves and the species that call the sea their home. Walk through the under the ocean tunnel; enjoy thrilling rides and even take part in feeding Sessions!
One of the biggest draws for visitors to Weymouth is its breath-taking coastline and scenery. Well what better way to see the sights than 53 meters above Weymouth’s golden sands? The Jurassic Skyline will whisk you twice as high as the Tower of London and rotate through 360 degrees providing some of the most inspiring views along Dorset’s famous Jurassic Coast.
We are so confident that Weymouth’s attractions will be a huge hit with everyone you’ll be coming back for more! Further details of visitor attractions in Weymouth can be found within the list below.
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We are very excited about 2016 - if you love the sand sculptures on the beach, you will absolutely love SandWorld.
Located in Weymouth on the edge of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jurassic Skyline offers unrivalled views of this breathtaking natural phenomenon.
Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park and Tower takes you on an adventure both above and below the ocean.
Hope Square, Weymouth
Explore the streets of Weymouth with a self-guided Murder Mystery themed walking Treasure Trail; a fun and imaginative way to explore Weymouth.
Award winning visitor attraction offering low cost entry & great value come rain or shine.
Built by the Victorians to protect Portland Harbour, Nothe Fort is one of the best preserved forts of its kind.
Eight acres of gardens. Outstanding displays of water lilies in summer. Monet style bridge and gazebo. Nursery, gift shop and tearooms.
Weymouth's three mile beach is just minutes from the town centre and historic harbour.
There's plenty of entertainment for everyone to enjoy ranging from traditional attractions such as Punch & Judy and donkey rides, to lively events such as beach
Greenhill Gardens, situated right on the seaside is one of the gems of the area. The award winning Gardens has brightly coloured borders, winding paths, recreational areas and one of the best views of Weymouth Bay and the Dorset coastline ever...
Halfway along the Rodwell Trail you'll find Sandsfoot Castle, built by Henry VIII in 1539 to protect his kingdom from foreign invasion. Abondoned by the military in 1665 it's become an iconic ruin overlooking Portland Harbour for the past 350 years...
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Weymouth is very lucky to have two top class nature reserves in the centre of town. Radipole lake has always been a favourite place for wildlife enthusiasts. Lodmoor is where you can encounter a vast range of bird species.
A protected shingle beach overlooking Weymouth Bay.
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust, the centre's exciting displays and programme of activities will help you make the most of your visit to Chesil Beach and Portland.
At the start of the Legacy Trail, the Lorton Meadows Reserve has fantastic views down the Lorton Valley Nature Park, and across Weymouth Bay to Portland. It has a lovely variety of meadows, woodlands and hedgerows with plenty of wildlife to look...
Chesil Beach is 18 miles (28 kilometres) long and on average is 160 metres wide and rises to 12 metres in height.
It is a pebble and shingle tombolo connecting Portland to Abbotsbury and then continuing north-westwards to West Bay near Bridport...
The foundations of a small Romano-Celtic temple.
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Radipole Lake is a quiet ‘wildlife oasis in the heart of Weymouth and a great place to get close up with nature. Look for otter prints, go pond dipping and visit the bird hides.
The Esplanade, running parallel to the beach. is the section of the Legacy Trail that joins wildlife sites in the Lorton Valley Nature Park to Radipole Lake reserve. There’s fabulous sand, sea and views across The Jurassic Coast. Cliffs of darker...