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Brewers Quay

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In the heart of the Quayside is the Brewers Quay shopping and entertainment centre. Take a walk around the many specialist shops, selling local crafts and things you may not find in other places. Then take a walk through time in the timewalk...

Once the home of the devenish brewery, the building has been restored to give it a new lease of life. There's something for everyone here, including shopping, museums, restaurants and entertainment.


Brewers Quay is home to many locally run speciallist shops. You're bound to find something to interest you. There are shops devoted to Winnie the Pooh, hand made sweets, antiques, local crafts, as well as many other shops that sell assorted things.


A hands-on science museum where children will love to play and learn at the same time, adults will find it hard to resist too!
Entry Prices: Adult £4.00, Children £3.00, Senior Citizen £3.50, Student £3.50. Group discounts available
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Take a walk through the history of Weymouth, from the bringing in of the plague to the brewing that used to happen at the quay.
Entry Prices: Adult £4.50, Children £3.25, Senior Citizen £4.00, Student £4.00. Group discounts available.
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Weymouth Museum

Take a look at Weymouth's diverse history. This attraction has many exhibits that show how this seaside resort has grown.
Entry Prices: Free Entry
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Restaurants and Bars
In the central courtyard you'll find a restaurant for you to have drink and a bite to eat. There's also the excise house pub, with it's own bowling alley.

Address: Hope Square, Weymouth, Dorset [Click for Map]
Phone: +44 1305 777622
Web: http://www.brewers-quay.co.uk
Opening Hours: Every day, 10.00AM to 5.30PM (Closed last two weeks of January, Open late nights in summer holidays)
Entry Prices: Free Entry (Attractions like the timewalk inside Brewers Quay have an entrance fee).
Average Review Rating: Four Stars

We recommend contacting the venue for up to date information on opening hours and entry prices. We wouldn't want you to be disappointed!

Your opinions about Brewers Quay

Sue - 6/12/05
"I loved Brewers Quay, its such a quiet, old world centre. I loved the weird and wonderful things that are found in all of the shops. Its in such a nice location too!"
4 Stars

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