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We Are Weymouth, The Weymouth BID is excited to announce a celebration of the Jurassic Coast with the Jurassic Coast Trust this Easter. With the Jurassic Coast showcasing rock formations from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, its history spans 185 million years! Encouraging locals and visitors to get out and explore all Weymouth and the Jurassic Coast has to offer, We Are Weymouth and the Jurassic Coast Trust will host 3 sessions of fossils, crafts and dinosaur experts. Sessions will take place at Cineworld Weymouth on Saturday 9th April and  Saturday 23rd April Cineworld Weymouth is also showcasing a Jurassic Coast nomadic display until the end of May where visitors can pop in and learn more about this amazing coastline and its history, plus take part in a photo competition to win tickets to the new Jurassic World film.

For Dino activities for younger children head over to the Palm House Weymouth where the Jurassic fun continues. The Palm House is hosting their 10th year of hosting Dinosaur events with an animatronic dinosaur offering rides to the children, as well as a dinosaur trail throughout the premises, beginning on 9th March.  Find out more at:- Dinosaur Week at The Palm House

On 17th April there will be a special event at Weymouth Pavilion where you will get the opportunity to meet real life-like Dinosaurs face-to-face and hear the tremendous roar of a T-Rex. Learn their history and even feed them, but watch out – you could be on the menu! Walk through the Jurassic era on an unforgettable interactive experience as you are introduced to some of the most incredible species ever to have lived on Earth. Find out more at: – Dinosaur Adventure Live

Dawn Rondeau, Chief Operations Officer at We Are Weymouth comments: “Here at We Are Weymouth our spring campaign ’We Are Exploring’ is focusing on our unique location along the Jurassic Coast; encouraging visitors and locals alike to get out and explore our amazing town and coastline. During the Easter break not only do we have our Dinosaur Trail but we have these brilliant events drawing people into the town and whilst here people will hopefully explore what else Weymouth has to offer. We have already had over 1000 scans of the dinosaur QR codes and the events from the Jurassic Coast Trust, Pavilion and the Palm House are perfect for children of all ages.”

As well as activities for children this Easter, Weymouth has so much to offer for all ages. After a day perusing a host of independent and big brand shops, why not stop for dinner in one of Weymouth’s award-winning restaurants or head to one of many live music menus. Don’t forget a cocktail or glass of wine on the seafront admiring the Bay.