Weymouth Museum tells the stories that have led to the creation of present day Weymouth. It is home to a fascinating collection of historical artefacts and local history material ranging from Roman times through to the 21st century. The Museum is located in the old Groves Brewery building in Hope Read more [...]
Sandworld at Weymouth’s Lodmoor Country Park is a unique international sand sculpting festival located at Lodmoor Country Park that celebrates Weymouth’s rich heritage as the home of UK sand sculpting. This year after a highly successful season in 2015 with their “Best of British” theme Sandworld returns with a new theme “A Read more [...]
Looking for things to do in Weymouth? Discover Seals, Humboldt Penguins Clownfish, Sharks, Otters and more at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park! There’s lots to see and do for all the family at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park: 1,000+ creatures including Giant Crabs, Sea Dragons, crocs, Penguins, Seals, & Otters Read more [...]
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Portland Museum was founded by Dr Marie Stopes the famous birth control pioneer in 1929 she subsequently gifted the cottages to the people of Portland in 1930. Portland Museum regularly features interesting events and you’ll find the details on The Portland Museum website. The museum is housed in two, 17th Read more [...]
Bennetts Water Gardens is an 8 acre garden situated just 2 miles west of Weymouth harbour. The gardens hold the National Plant Collection® of Water Lilies, which can be seen flowering throughout the summer, along with a Claude Monet style Japanese Bridge, Tropical House, Woodland Walks and Museum. Café Monet, Read more [...]
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All boat trips depart from and return to Portland Marina – come down, see us and have a look around in between excursions. Treat yourself to a maritime adventure sailing our classic Tall Ship, Moonfleet! Here’s a real opportunity for both novice and sailor to try your hand at classic Read more [...]
The Castletown D-Day Centre tells the story of the thousands of US military personnel who in June 1944 sailed from Dorset to the beaches of Normandy.
We have 3 Dungeons of different themes, with the Challenge to Escape with a twist. Our first Dungeon is the Prison Break, you have one hour to Break out your Chains and Escape the Dungeon, but it’s not as simple as that… Our second Dungeon is Save the House of Read more [...]
We’ve been getting people on the water since 9 May 2014. The centre is a fully accredited RYA training centre offering: A wide range of RYA sailing and powerboat courses for ages 5+ Race training programmes Instructor training courses Professional instructor training course Schools & Groups programmes including residential packages A Read more [...]
Visit Portland Bill Lighthouse and Visitors Centre Climb the Lighthouse – visit a working lighthouse, see the breathtaking views from the top and lose yourself in the romance of this amazing icon. Learn about the working of the Portland Bill Lighthouse and the different aids to navigation and light sources. Understand Read more [...]
Weymouth has one of the very last Punch & Judy shows still operating on the beach, most days from the end of May until early September. The performances are 20-30 minutes and the only payment that the performer gets is from the audience contributing donat
The Tank Museum at Bovington near Wool is the home of the worlds largest and most impressive collection of tanks and armoured vehicles. Throughout the year you’ll find a wide variety of special events and exhibits making this one of the finest family attractions in the area. Image © mwanasimba Read more [...]
Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre near Wool and Wareham is without a doubt one of the finest wildlife orientated visitor attractions in the UK. Set up originally to rescue chimpanzees from ill treatment in europe this attraction has grown to house a vast variety of primates and monkeys and it’s Read more [...]
Tours of the RNLI all-weather lifeboat Ernest & Mabel are now available in Weymouth. Traditionally the only time that members of the public could have a guided tour of Weymouth RNLI all-weather lifeboat Ernest and Mabel was as part of lifeboat week. That has now changed thanks to RNLI supporter Read more [...]