The only place in the whole world where you can wander your way through a beautiful colony of mute swans, this quirky attraction enables its visitors to take part in a mass swan (and cygnet) feeding, as well as wait and see if you can watch them hatch.Visit between the middle of May and the end of June and you’ll be greeted by fluffy cygnets keen to welcome friendly faces…aaaaaw!Weymouth’s one of those destinations that you can’t help but fall in love with.From the three miles of beautiful sandy beach, to the many indoor and outdoor attractions that make it a haven for families, Weymouth has something for everyone throughout the whole year.We mentioned the Jurassic Skyline before, and if you’ve a head for heights it makes a fantastic way to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site from another perspective.If you fancy seeing more of the historic coastline close up, take a speed boat tour out to sea with Weymouth Bay Rib Charters.
From the historic to the wildlife-themed, there’s honestly a day out to suit your every mood. One of the more, shall we say, unusual attractions in Weymouth, this fort juts proudly out into the harbour, and it’s home to a whole network of intriguing underground passages.
If you fancy getting high above the town and looking across the Jurassic coastline as it rolls into the distance, the Jurassic Skyline makes for an experience that’s unlike any other.
Or, for those chilled out days, why not introduce your kids to the joys of crabbing?
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