Places to visit in Weymouth, UK

South West Coast Path

The South West Coast Path is the longest waymarked footpath in the UK. It is, in fact, a National Trail that stretches 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset, through the coasts of Devon and Cornwall to Poole Harbour, Dorset.

Jurassic Skyline

Until the middle of 2015, the Jurassic Skyline tower used to be known as the Weymouth Sea Life Tower.

The tower is used for observation and is located on Weymouth Pier, Dorset, England. It sits right next to Weymouth Beach and Weymouth Pavilion. From the tower, it is possible to see the  Weymouth town, beach, the Pavilion, the Old Harbour, Nothe Gardens, the Nothe Fort, and the Portland Harbour.

Jurassic Skyline was officially opened on the 22nd of June 2012 and is located at Festival Pier, Weymouth DT4 8DX, UK

Weymouth Beach

Weymouth Beach is located in Weymouth Bay, right beside Weymouth, Dorset, England. The Esplanade is located immediately after the beach.

Nothe Fort Museum

This museum is located towards the end of the Peninsula, east of the Weymouth town and Weymouth Harbour. It is on the northern part of the ex-military Portland Harbour.

Address: Barrack Rd, Weymouth, DT4 8UF, UK

Sandsfoot Castle

Sandsfoot Castle was previously known as the Weymouth Castle. It is an artillery fort established by the famous Henry VIII in Weymouth, Dorset.

Jordan Hill Roman Temple

Jordan Hill Roman Temple is located on Jordan Hill in the eastern part of Weymouth. The temple is a Romano-Celtic temple and possesses a lot of Roman ruins.

Address: BowleazeCoveway, Overcombe, Weymouth, DT3 6PL, United Kingdom


Contact Details

Jubilee Close, Weymouth, DT4 7BS

01305 310004

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