Weymouth is the largest town in its area, bigger that the county town of Dorchester. Situated on the south coast Weymouth is blessed with a slightly warmer and drier climate than the majority of mainland and northern England.
Well known for it’s sailing facilities, the waters of Weymouth and Portland were credited by the Royal Yachting associations and described as the best in Northern Europe for sailing. The national sailing academy was a venue for the 2012 Olympic sailing competitions; Weymouth was also used as a location in the film ‘ The Boat that Rocked’.
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With hourly trains running from London Waterloo hourly and a less frequent train running from Bristol, Weymouth is easy to get to and from by rail.
There are also regular buses to and from Weymouth seafront, running from London Victoria, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol and Blackpool.
There are plenty of activities to do in Weymouth from the Bennett’s water garden, a landscaped attraction showcasing a wide array of plants including water lilies, to the sea life park and marine sanctuary which houses animals such as otters, seals, penguins and rays as well as offering a number of water based activities.
Why not further your knowledge on Weymouth’s history with the museum of Weymouth or the Timewalk, a walk through of the history of Weymouth from the Black Death to the history on the old brewery site that the Timewalk is placed on.
Weymouth is said to be one of the best nights out on the south coast with people all over visiting for the nightlife experience, on new years eve everybody goes out in fancy dress thus it is known as the country’s largest fancy dress party.
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