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All Year Round Attractions in Weston

Puxton Park

Set in the beautiful Somerset countryside the 50 acre family adventure park. From a state of the art giant indoor play barn to the delightful Pets' Village, adults and children alike can experience the joys of getting up close and personal with the many animals they home.


The Blakehay Theatre

The Blakehay Theatre is a community theatre in the centre of Weston-super-Mare and operates as being a live events venue programming local and regional theatre, music and dance.


Weston Museum 

Weston Museum is housed in a Grade II Listed Victorian Industrial building and from 2016 until 2017 undergone a huge refurbishment with brand new facilities and displays. Weston Museum is the home of the North Somerset Collections and has both national and regional significance.


Water Adventure Play Park

There’s more to a trip to the seaside than the beach at Weston-super-Mare thanks to the Water Adventure Play Park. The splash pads waterpark runs seasonally from April to September (£2 until August and FOC to end of September).


AJ's Karting and Laser Quest

Weston super Mare’s and the South West’s number one indoor karting centre. The Raceway offers an amazing driving experience thanks to their unique three tiered track that includes a combination of fast drifting corners and fly over bridges. The track has been designed to reward and inspire drivers of all abilities and ages. 


The Grand Pier

The indoor theme park is filled with fun for all the family and has hundreds of amusements to play on, a range of thrilling rides, and a choice of attractions for all ages everyone gets to have fun in the amazing pavilion.


Hutton Moor Leisure Centre

Hutton Moor Leisure Centre offers a wide range of leisure and sporting facilities. Their facilities include: Gym, sports hall for badminton, basketball, trampolining, five-a-side football, squash courts, tennis courts, 25m swimming pool, learner pool, spa area, crèche, soft play courses for the under fives, café, bar featuring big screen Sky Sports, function suite, high powered sunbeds. Outdoors they have six grass football pitches, two rugby pitches, three tennis courts, five-a-side football/netball compound.


The Helicopter Museum

The World's largest dedicated helicopter museum is based in Weston-super-Mare and is home to over 80 displayed aircraft including The Queens Flight & Hind Gunship. Plus an Interactive Area, Copter Coffee Café and the Gift and Model Shop. Throughout the year the museum hosts a number of exciting events including: Air Experience Flights and Open Cockpit Days.


Weston Street Art Trail

A great way to see Street Art in action around the town, with everything from Danger Mouse to the Dark Knight… there’s something for everyone! Download the trail map here to take you around the town to see the fantastic Street Art by Weston-super-Mare’s very own artist JPS.

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  1. Puxton Park

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    Puxton Park

    Type

    Farm

    Weston-super-Mare

    Set within 40 acres of beautiful Somerset countryside, just off the M5 near Weston-super-Mare, Puxton Park is open 362 days a year, Mon-Sun 9.00am-5.30pm.

    An all-weather attraction, visitors can enjoy the following…

    Adventure Area: Let your little explorers run free, with plenty of wide...

  2. Weston Museum

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    Weston Museum

    Type

    Museum

    Weston-super-Mare

    Weston Museum houses displays and artefacts from the North Somerset Collection and has both local and regional significance. It’s a free entry museum, open daily and offers a lovely café and a souvenir shop as well as galleries on the upper floor with a lift that can take wheelchairs to the newly...

  3. Bridgwater and Taunton Canal

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    Bridgwater and Taunton Canal

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    Canal / Waterway / Marina

    Bridgwater

    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...

  4. Watchet Boat Museum

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    Watchet Boat Museum

    Type

    Museum

    Watchet

    Watchet Boat Museum started life as a goods shed built in 1862 as the terminus for the Bristol and Exeter Railway. When the railway was closed, the building was used as a store for shipping companies. In the museum can be seen many different types of flatner, plus nets and other items associated...

  5. Somerset Military Museum

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    Somerset Military Museum

    Type

    Museum

    Taunton

    The Somerset Military Museum tells the story of the regiments of Somerset in war and peacetime. The gallery complements the story of Somerset, which is told in the main museum.
    The Somerset Military Museum features the history of the following regiments:
    • Somerset Light Infantry (Prince...

  6. Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

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    Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

    Type

    Museum

    Bristol

    Come in through the main entrance of Bristol Museum & Art Gallery and find yourself in the Front Hall – look up to admire the amazing building and see the Bristol Boxkite flying above your head.
    There’s lots to see and do on the Ground Floor, including:
    • South West Wildlife – explore the wetland...

  7. M Shed

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    M Shed

    Type

    Museum

    Bristol

    Working Exhibits
    Some of the biggest exhibits are outside M Shed and can be seen even when the museum is closed. On most weekends, they’re brought to life for trips and visits by a fantastic team of volunteers.
    Cranes
    Electric cranes - A landmark on Bristol’s docks, these cargo cranes are a...

  8. Blake Museum

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    Blake Museum

    Type

    Museum

    Bridgwater

    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...

  9. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

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    Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

    Type

    Animal Collection

    Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is a unique hands-on zoo and working farm founded by Anthony and Christina Bush to celebrate the wonders of creation. Only 15 miles from Weston-super-Mare,  Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is an award winning, all-day, all-weather attraction offering 12 exciting adventure play areas. From...

  10. Main entrance

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    Weston-super-Mare SeaQuarium

    Type

    Aquarium

    Weston-super-Mare

    Weston-super-Mare SeaQuarium is an all weather family attraction committed to creating a fun and hands-on atmosphere for all ages to explore the amazing underwater world.

    Weston-super-Mare SeaQuarium showcases a range of species from around the world in 8 different zones with over 30 exhibits...

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