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Weymouth town centre is packed with some great restaurants, shops and attractions. You'll find lots of activity around the beach and harbour, where there are plenty of opportunities to take part in some water sports (or of course sample some fine fish and chips if that's more your scene!)

As you'll see from the map, there's also plenty to see just out of town, so make the most of your visit and explore that little bit further afield.

Use the interactive map of Weymouth above to discover great things to see and do. You can control what's on your map by using the controls - just click on a map icon for more information.

You can also explore the full Dorset map for even more inspiration.

Latest Weymouth Features

9 Jul 2019
Portland Bill Portland Bill is quite literally a place like no other. Combining all the weird and wonderful aspects of the Isle, here you can roam freely over large, open stretches of land set to a backdrop of fishermen’s huts, spectacular lighthouses, and rocky shoreline that make up this unique part of the Jurassic Coast. You’ll also find the famous Pulpit Rock – an instantly recognisable stack and relic of quarrying at the site, formed in the 1870s when quarrymen cut away ... Read more...
4 Jul 2019
Durdle Door Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast. The name Durdle derives from an Old English word 'thirl' meaning bore or drill. Eventually the arch will collapse to leave a sea stack such as those that can be seen at Ladram Bay in East Devon. Below the cliffs lies a sweeping shingle beach that was once three separate coves. This popular beach has no facilities although during the summer a mobile kiosk on the path ... Read more...
2 Jul 2019
Special Places to Stay in Dorset by the Sea When it comes to golden beaches, stunning coastlines and picturesque harboursides, Dorset is first on the list for many. Escaping the urban lifestyle, all of this makes for a dreamy getaway. The 285km stretch of Jurassic coast is home to both vibrant and relaxing locations with offerings nothing short of spectacular. From world-famous landmarks including Durdle Door to hidden gems such as Eype Beach that sits next to West Bay, looking for special places to stay in Dorset by the ... Read more...
18 Jun 2019
Art in Dorset: Craft Your Creativity We believe that local art deserves all of the credit it's due, which is why we're showing you many of the ways you can get creative with art in Dorset. There are lots of talented artists around the area, and much of their work is showcased at art galleries across Dorset - you’re also likely to discover the talent at events throughout the year. With plenty of exciting art and creative events taking place in Dorset in the coming months, it's a great ... Read more...
10 Apr 2019
Dorset Moon It has travelled all over the world and wowed thousands. Now Luke Jerram’s internationally acclaimed Museum of the Moon is making its way to Dorset for the first time as part of DORSET MOON; the exciting new arts event for summer 2019. Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon is an astounding seven-metre-diameter spherical sculpture. This incredible installation is a fusion of large-scale NASA lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound audio created by Ivor Novello Award ... Read more...

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