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Weymouth town centre is packed with some great restaurants, shops and attractions. You'll find lots of activitiy 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

11 Jun 2018
Inside Out Dorset Extraordinary Events in Extraordinary Places Spectacular, mainly free open-air entertainment for all the family. Inside Out Dorset takes place from 14th to 22nd September. Activate present extraordinary outdoor performance and make inspirational, high quality arts events happen in venues (indoors and outdoors) across the region. Their aim is to inspire young and old to make and be part of, extraordinary, transformational arts. Experience world-class aerial circus at sunset on ... Read more...
26 Mar 2018
Resort Dorset Magazine 2018 The popular Resort Dorset magazine for 2018 is out today. Our free title offers visitors the chance to discover all the best things to see and do across the county. Resort is packed with great attractions, activities, food and drink, shopping, events and more ideas for great days out. You'll also find lots of money-saving vouchers! Keep an eye out for the bright yellow dispensers and pick up your copy soon - they'll be found in many hotels, holiday parks, shops, ... Read more...
27 Feb 2018
10 of the Best Dorset Places of Interest Dorset is blessed with more beauty spots and landmarks per square mile than anywhere else (ok we just made that up, but it's got a lot). With its stunning countryside, breathtaking coastal views, historic monuments and spectacular natural features, you don’t have to look far to see why visitors just can’t get enough of what Dorset has to offer. One of the great advantages is just how accessible everything is – many sights are close together and you could ... Read more...
27 Feb 2018
Chesil Beach Chesil Beach is a stunning 18-mile long shingle bank running between West Bay and Portland. The bank protects the land behind it, without it the sea would be further inland. Interestingly, the pebbles vary in size from pea sized at West Bay to large potato size at Portland. This could be due to the southwesterly gales that would carry all of the material to the east and the less strong waves from other directions may carry the smaller pebbles back to the west. Another school of ... Read more...
27 Feb 2018
Hardy Monument High on the summit of Blackdown Hill, above the village of Portesham, sits the Hardy Monument. Visitors are forgiven if they assume that the monument is in memory of writer Thomas Hardy, who wrote so many of his books in his native Dorchester. It is in fact a tribute to Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy, Flag Captain of HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, who lived in Portesham until 1781 when he joined the Navy. The huge monument, built of local Portland Stone, was erected ... Read more...

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