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A little gem

A lovely selection of different eras in Weymouth, including things for children. There is also a... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2018
Jennie M
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Weymouth, United Kingdom
So much History.

Didn't go this year, but previously was amazed at all the history of the place. Not sure if it was... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2018
mikeandjayne2003
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Bromsgrove, United Kingdom
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15 May 2018
“A little gem”
5 May 2018
“So much History.”
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Weymouth Museum tells the stories that have led to the creation of present day Weymouth. It is home to a fascinating collection of historical artefacts and local history material ranging from Roman times through to the 21st century. The Museum is...more
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Brewers Quay Hope Square | Hope Square, Weymouth DT4 8TR, England
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

A lovely selection of different eras in Weymouth, including things for children. There is also a large selection of second hand books for sale. Children are free and the admittance price is only £1 or 2 euros.

Thank Jennie M
Reviewed 5 May 2018

Didn't go this year, but previously was amazed at all the history of the place. Not sure if it was still open as I heard different rumours. If it is open, then it's worth it. You could spend hours in this place

Thank mikeandjayne2003
Reviewed 23 March 2018

After a long while in mothballs due to their building undergoing alterations, Weymouth museum is at last up and running again, albeit in a temporary home. Has a great second hand book shop attached to it along with a few new local history books. things...More

Thank cannasue
Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

A compact overview of the history of Weymouth. There are items of interest for all ages. Close to harbour and restaurants.

Thank joyce402
Reviewed 26 February 2018

great place to visit only took around 30 mins to look round tho very interesting given sheets for kids to find things and get free pencil at the end

Thank gizmo22ndoctober
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Not easy to distinguish the museum from the Antiques/Collectibles Emporium. It is marked up fairly well, but the two seem to merge if you take a wrong turning. It was interesting to see the historical photographs and some of the undoubtedly priceless artefacts.

Thank Moondance42
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The museum is small but exhibits are well presented with plenty of explanations. The entrance fee was only £1, so very good value.

Thank CarolS98
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Took a walk around this museum with the Brewers Quay old building, don't it's been open too long, some very interesting items in there and some good facts and figures too, cheap to get in to, but not very big at the moment. Believe there...More

Thank darrenlttl
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We visited here 16/8/16, we were greeted by 2 lovely ladies, it cost us £2.00 to get in (kids are free) , it was very interesting and had some good exhibits, the only downside is that it's upstairs(we didn't see a lift ) & if...More

Thank cobblers68
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Difficult to access unless you can climb stairs and not easy to find. Staffed by volunteers but the place has plenty of information, albeit many items duplicated

Thank Anthony P
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