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is the only cinema that is in Weymouth. This is located right in town center,
right next to Debenhams on New Bond Street. The cinema has 9 screens showing
the latest blockbusters, as well as showing classic films on Monday afternoons
and kids films on Saturday mornings. The cinema is relatively modern and has
all the facilities you would expect.
You can get the up to date listings and prices at www.cineworld.co.uk
Money Saving Tip: This cinema takes part in the Orange Wednesday promotion, where you can take two people to the cinema for the price of one. Simply text film to 241 if you are on Orange. If you aren't on Orange, why not buy an Orange simcard for an old phone from www.orange.co.uk
Student discount is also available at this cinema. Look at their website for more information.
in 1958, this is one of the most scenic and relaxing attractions in Weymouth.
There are numerous lakes you can walk around, with lots of places to sit down
and take in the beautiful surroundings. The gardens are also famous for their
water lillys, and has also been featured on the BBC's Gardeners world.
You can get more information at www.waterlily.co.uk
300 years a lighthouse has looked out over the turbulant water off Portland
Bill. Now you can go to the visitor centre and take a tour of the lighthouse.
Although it is at the end of Portland, there is a regular bus service.
You can get more information by clicking here
in 1983, this is a disused limestone quarry that is now set aside as a tourist
attraction. There are many random sculptures dotted around the site, as well
as the amazing views over Lyme Bay. You can also take a course in stone carving.
This is located at the top of Portland, near the Portland Heights Hotel.
You can get more information at learningstone.org
the story of underwater exploration, this is not to be missed. Includes a detailed
look at the Titanic. For the kids there is the Sharky's play warehouse. Located
next to Weymouth's old harbour.
You can get more information at www.deepsea-adventure.co.uk