There is plenty to do in Weymouth and Dorchester when it comes to Arts and Entertainment be it on a rainy day at the theatre or cinema or a walk through sculpture trails by the sea.
The pavilion is now over 100 years old and is still the number one venue for live entertainment in Weymouth with 1000 seat theatre and large function rooms. Open all day, every day for bookings, food and drink.
A rainy day can happen at any time so why not take in one of the latest movies at a local cinema:
Cineworld, Weymouth – a 9 screen cinema in the centre of Weymouth.
Plaza Cinema, Dorchester – opened in the 1930s as a single screen cinema now has 4 screens 2 of which can show 3D films.
Odeon Cinema, Dorchester – this modern 3 screen cinema (all capable of showing RealD 3D) with bar & cafe area which overlooks the Brewery Square fountains.
A fascinating sculpture park / nature reserve situated in an abandoned stone quarry.
Take a walk through time, choose between the grisly blood thirsty history that haunt the streets or discover its rich history through the ages!
26 acres of gardens with over 3500 trees and shrubs planted, the aim of the garden is to show the sculptures at their best.
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