Lyme Regis is close to Weymouth Bay and makes a great day out for all the family.
The Cobb an old stone pier dating from the time of Edward I. With a length of 870 feet the curve of the Cobb forms a fine promenade though its upper surface slopes to the sea at an appreciable angle. Its high wall makes it a double promenade and walkers have a choice of shelter or a glorious blow.
Dinosaurland Fossil Museum
The museum contains a spectacular collection of over 16,000 specimens of local Jurassic marine fossils. The collection grows each year and is now probably the best fossil collection on public display in SW England.
Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium
A traditional family run attraction offering an insight into the sea creatures which inhabit our local waters. The aquarium is brimming with local sea creatures, interesting presentations and historical exhibits, making it one of the most fascinating and enjoyable visitor attractions in West Dorset.
Monmouth beach is sand and pebble and is located just outside Lyme Regis. Ware Cliffs just above the beach is estimated to be nearly 200 million years old. There is a pay car park with direct access to the beach, toilets are located in the car park.
Lyme Regis Brewery
Lyme Regis Brewery makes many different styles of English Real Ale. You can come along and taste the beers and watch how they are made.
The beaches at Lyme Regis are a mixture of sand and pebbles. The Front beach is a flat, sandy beach, as is Cobb Gate. Monmouth beach to the west is very pebbly and shelves down to the sea. Toilets are located in the car parks.
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