All Things to Do in ‘Historic Locations’

The Old Town Hall Weymouth
  • Moonfleet Church

    The old Church of East Fleet, featured in the John Meade-Falkner novel “Moonfleet”. Now wrecked by the Great Storm of 1824. Set in a small graveyard overlooking the peaceful Fleet Lagoon – unchanged since the time of it’s partial destruction in the flood and tidal wave that struck the area read more

  • The Old Town Hall

    Weymouth’s Old Town Hall was originally built in Tudor times then rebuilt in 1774 and restored in 1896. For many years the building was allowed to fall into dis-repair but in recent years the owners Weymouth Council have granted a lease on the premises to a community interest company and read more

  • Jordan Hill Roman Temple

    Jordan Hill Roman Temple is a 4th Century AD temple which was most likely was built on the site of a pre Roman pagan site. Only the foundations of the temple remain the be seen but in the past excavations have uncovered many artefacts from Roman times along with large read more

  • Cerne Abbas Giant

    We visited Dorchester this July and after a day wandering around exploring the place’s Roman history and checking out locations Thomas Hardy featured in many of his books we decided to head off into the country and find a nice pub for a late afternoon drink. Heading out of Dorchester read more

  • St Ann’s Church Radipole Village

    The ancient (12th Century) Parish Church of St Ann’s is the oldest building in Weymouth. Sited immediately next door to Radipole Manor House the fascinating architecture of the building is well worth discovering. You’ll find the churches ancient stone altar in the church yard from where you also get lovely read more