Lyme’s unspoilt seafront, with sheltered southfacing beaches, provides a perfect environment in which children can play and adults can relax in the traditional deckchairs that still line the promenade in summer. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy fishing trips and watersports such as sailing and windsurfing.Find out more »
No trip to Lyme Regis would be complete without fossil hunting, and the Lyme Regis Museum – built on the site of Mary Anning’s birthplace – runs regular fossil hunting walks. Join the museum’s expert geologists to discover your own Jurassic treasure – ammonites, belemnites and maybe even an ichthyosaur!Find out more »
See the sights of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast by boat, then hop on a heritage steam strain to explore the countryside between Swanage and Norden. The 5-hour experience starts with a cruise from Pool Quay, taking in sights of Brownsea Island, Sandbanks, and, of course, the UNESCO-listed Jurassic Coast.Find out more »
Lyme Regis’ famous Cobb wall, dating from the 13th century, provides protection from the harbour and has allowed the town to develop as an important port on the south coast. A walk along the Cobb is a must for any visitor, enabling you to walk in the footsteps of the characters in John Fowles’ The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
Lyme Regis’ town itself is an attractive maze of narrow winding streets that are well worth exploring.Find out more »
The attractive seaside village of Charmouth lies in the heart of Jurassic Coast fossil hunting country. The large shingle beach and the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre on the seafront are a must-visit for those interested in fossils and local natural history. The Heritage Coast Centre runs regular fossil hunting walks which are extremely popular.Find out more »
The Target Sports Centre Ltd. opened in July 2010 in The Tunnel, a former road tunnel in Dorset to provide a range of shooting experiences.Find out more »
The Marine is right on the seafront in beautiful Lyme Regis, part of a UNESCO world heritage site. The location—with wide views of the sea and Lyme bay—is very important to the Marine’s identity, which makes it appealing to both the public and performers.
While it’s called a theatre, the offering is broad: there’s a vibrant programme of entertainment including bands, films, comedians, plays, screenings, and community-led events.Find out more »
This ancient watermill, set in the artisan quarter of Lyme Regis, was rescued from dereliction by local volunteers, through a ten-year restoration project. Today, the story of The Town Mill is recounted by volunteer millers and history guides, who mill stoneground wholemeal flour every day, and keep this special place open for everyone to enjoy.Find out more »
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