Whether you are staying in the resort and wishing to explore, or visiting us for the day, you will find plenty to keep you busy.
We have well known attractions in Weston-super-Mare, such as the Grand Pier which fronts the promenade, both great for a family day out, and both with places to grab a bite to eat and drink and enjoy various events throughout the season.
Also on the seafront you will find the popular Water Adventure Play Park, a secure adventure playground all year round, but with the addition of a splash pad between April and the end of September, allowing for hours of fun on a warm spring or summer day!
If it is the quieter side of life you enjoy, the town is scattered with many parks and gardens, including Grove Park which is home to Gill's Garden and hosts many events and free music concerts throughout the summer.
Out of town a little you will find Weston-super-Mare Golf Course, AJ's Karting and Laser Tag, Court Farm Country Park, the Blakehay Theatre and Hutton Moor Leisure Centre offering everything from animals to animation to action!
And of course, there is our fantastic sandy beach, an attraction in itself offering golden sands, safe bathing water, our traditional Weston donkeys and a new Adventure Activity Zone which is open at weekends throughout the main season, weather permitting, offering a large inflatable helter skelter and disco dome.
In the area
In our neighbouring resort of Brean you will be spoilt for full on family fun!
Brean Leisure Park, Brean Play and Brean Splash are a kid's paradise with everything from crazy golf, to soft play and fun in the water. Brean Leisure Park is also the home of Sooty, and puts on many superb shows throughout the season.
At the opposite end of the scale, the National Trust site of Brean Down offers an insight into the flora and fauna of the area, and a walk to the top allows commanding views and the discovery of Brean Down Fort.
For a truly lovely experience, be sure to visit the smallest city in the UK - Wells. With its cobbled streets, quirky shops and many cafes and restaurants you can amble away the day nicely. Wells is also home to Wells Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace and Gardens which are both world class attractions and an absolute must if you are in the area for a few days.
Head towards Bristol, and you will find Noah's Ark Zoo Farm which is home to a range of farm and zoo animals including elephants and bears, as well as a cafe, picnic areas and play areas. It offers a full day out and we highly recommend a visit!
A week might not be enough
In summary, whatever your age the things to do and attractions in Weston-super-Mare and in the surrounding area offer the opportunity for a a jam packed week if you like to be busy!
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Prominent hill overlooking the Isle of Avalon, Glastonbury and Somerset.
This iconic and evocative landmark offers magnificent views of the Somerset Levels, Dorset, Wiltshire and Wales.
Steeped in history and legend, excavations at the top of the Tor have revealed the plans of two...
Under cover shopping mall with 7000 free parking spaces, offering stores such as John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Accessorize, Boots, Warehouse, Oasis, River Island, Gap, French Connection, L'occitaine and more, as well as Starbucks, Costa, Soho and a food hall. Nearby stores also include Toys R Us,...
Hutton Moor Leisure Centre is a family friendly community leisure centre offering a diverse range of affordable fitness facilities and activities.
We strive to make each visit a memorable and enjoyable one!
We offer a pay per visit option for our visitors or our expressions fitness and swim 23...
Burnham On Sea
There are eight beaches in the Burnham-on-Sea area, all of which are within 15 minutes of junction 22 of the M5 motorway. They are surrounded by entertainment, hotels and other accommodation.
Burnham-on-Sea Main Beach
Burnham has the second greatest rise and fall of tide in the world - after...
Beautiful park incorporating Jill's Garden, in memory of local TV presenter Jill Dando. Bandstand, café, gardens and children's play area.
Activity Zone is three inflatable activities which are based on the beach between the Trop and Sequarium. It opens at 10am and runs all day until 5-6pm. Easter till September weekends,bankholidays and all school holidays.
It consists of a Disco Dome which as the names implies is an enclosed...
Marine Cove is a small cove at the approach to Knightstone Island, offering a safe and quiet cove, ideal for little ones to play in the sand and have a paddle. It is a dog-free zone throughout the year. You can stroll from the cover onto Knightstone Island itself, where you will find some cafes...
Founded in 1926, and still in its original building, Bridgwater Museum is situated in a quiet back street of Bridgwater. The museum is housed in the reputed birthplace of Robert Blake, Cromwell’s General-at-Sea. With the collections covering Bridgwater and the surrounding areas, The Blake Museum...
Canal / Waterway / Marina
The Bridgwater & Taunton Canal skirts its way in splendid isolation around the base of the Quantock Hills for a little over 14 miles.
Opened in 1827, the B&T met the River Parrett at Huntworth and in 1841 it was extended round the town of Bridgwater to new docks below the town bridge. Its...
The Town Square in Weston-super-Mare town centre is a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. With lawns to picnic on, lots of space for children to run around and benches to meet with friends. The Town Square is also used for many events including monthly Classic Car Shows,...