Weymouth is a vibrant town with a popular and beautiful coast and sandy beaches. For an evening of entertainment, you can visit the Weymouth Pavilion to see a varied programme of shows including drama, music, comedy and musicals. For dining out, there’s a great range of restaurants in the town with many different cuisines, with a number of them overlooking the harbour, and there’s also a good choice of bars and pubs for an enjoyable night out.
If you’re going shopping, the town has all you’ll need with a mix of high street stores and independent shops. For business in the town, the range of conference venues includes those at the Riviera Hotel and Best Western Hotel Rembrandt, and the nearest major airport is Bournemouth Airport.
Weymouth Car Hire
Wherever you are in Weymouth, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Weymouth car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
Here are some places to visit while you’re in Weymouth:
Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park
All the family can have a great day here with a large variety of fascinating marine creatures including crocodiles, black tipped sharks, piranhas, snapping turtles, humboldt penguins and nurse sharks. There are a number of different sections including a Rainforest zone, underwater tunnel and nursery, and the Park also has attractions including rides, a splashzone and mini golf.
For a great experience for all the family, you can have a gentle ride to the top of this tower where you can have spectacular view across the Jurassic Coast. In your capsule, which gently turns twice all the way round, you will have full panoramic views for miles across the region and beautiful coastline, and you can enjoy this experience on its own or as part of the Sea Life experience.
You can enjoy this popular golden sandy beach where you can have fun on the sand with all the family, build sand castles and have picnics, and relax watching the sea. There’s crazy golf to enjoy, along with Punch and Judy for children in the summmer, and the town centre is just close by, or you can take a walk along the pier and a stroll on the promenade enjoying the sights.
You can have a great time taking part in watersports along the coast including canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and swimming, which is a great way to have fun, keep fit and enjoy the coastal scenery at the same time.
Here you can explore this former defensive fort which was built in the 19th century. During the Second World War both the British and American Navies utilised the fort as a base. You can see a range of huge guns, and various military exhibits and learn all about the history of the fort, as well as enjoy great coastal views.
Map of Weymouth, click the directions icon to open a larger map for driving directions from Weymouth to any other location.