Discover The Best of Weymouth
With A Superb Variety of Fun Filled Activities & Events
And So Much To See and Do…
What is There To Do in Weymouth…
Weymouth is a fantastic resort for your family to enjoy with something to appeal to all ages.
For you and your family you can try the Donkey Rides, Swing Boats, Trampolines, Punch & Judy show, Helter Skelter, crazy golf, Amusement arcades, Sand Sculpture, “Deep Sea Adventure”, Sea Life Centre or buckets and spade and deckchairs on the beach.
For anyone in your party who enjoys shopping you will find all the big name stores in amongst the smaller seaside shops and Restaurants.
Weymouth has a Theatre and Multiplex Cinema and lively Adult pubs and clubs.
For your teenagers there is a skate park, Go-karting and a fun fair. Weymouth also has Speedway and football club. And public golf courses and driving range.
If you like markets then Portland and Weymouth both hold a market once a week.
From the delightful old harbour you can take a boat and go Sea Fishing (see the links page for link to angling sites and more) And there is a sailing club in Portland.
If you prefer your boats to be larger you can take a day trip to Jersey, Guernsey or France from Poole on the Condor ferry boat.
Perhaps you prefer Nature Walks around the Lodmore and Fleet Nature reserves or just want to see the Swans at the Swannery, Abbotsbury. You can enjoy the magnificent views along the Coastal Walks where you can explore the dramatic Jurassic coastline of Dorset, and Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove. Or pop across to Portland and visit the Portland Lighthouse.
Nothe Fort is situated in park land, perched high, overlooking Portland and Weymouth Harbours and is a great place to visit, for a walk or even a picnic or bar-b-que.
Visit the Sea Life Centre in Weymouth where you can see the Seals, Otters, Sea Horses, turtles and Sting Rays to mention just a few of the creatures and attractions on offer. This is a really great place to take younger Pre-Teen Children for a day out. There is a cafe but to avoid extra expenses and to keep the costs down why not take a picnic with you to eat in the picnic area or on the beach. Then you can treat everyone to an Ice-cream later in the day.
A little further away is Dorchester with it’s Dinosaur Museum. Or if you are a military fan try Bovington Tank Museum or Fleet Air Museum. Maybe you fancy a visit to Corfe Castle or Bennets Water Gardens.
Weymouth also hold events throughout the year including Volley Ball Championships, Weymouth Carnival, Firework Displays and many more, see Weymouth Resort Guide for more information.
There is so much to see and do in and around Weymouth that I can not do it all justice on this page but Weymouth tourist office provides a free resort guide each year with full details and you can pick one up very easily in Weymouth, and I will try to keep one in the caravan for you.
Please note that since making the above video “The Time Walk” has now closed down and is no longer an attraction in Weymouth!