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Weymouth Attractions

Weymouth's attractions ensure there’s never a dull moment whatever the weather: delve into the deep at the Sealife Adventure Park; marvel at the sand sculptures at Sandworld; check out the giant slide and go-karts at Leisureranch; test your swing at the Pirate Adventure Mini Golf; explore the underground passages at the Nothe Fort; reach for the skies on the Jurassic Skyline; and children can jump, climb and bounce at Sharky’s Fun Factory.

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13 Aug 2019
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29 Jul 2019
Sandsfoot Castle Sandsfoot Castle’s picturesque location by the sea, with the backdrop of Portland Harbour and the Isle of Portland itself beyond, makes for a perfect area to relax and admire some spectacular views. The gardens surrounding the castle have been lovingly cared for and there is an on-site café. Almost 500 years ago in 1539, Sandsfoot Castle was constructed by order of King Henry VIII as a coastal defence mechanism for Weymouth and Portland. It consisted of two ... Read more...

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