Aside from being positioned at the heart of stunning natural countryside and coastline, Weymouth and Portland also has an impressive choice of parks, gardens and open spaces offering a variety of free fun and entertainment for everyone to explore and enjoy.
Please choose one of the parks or gardens to explore.
This popular cliff top grassed open space is a quiet and peaceful spot that offers spectacular views across the whole of Weymouth Bay and Portland.
Located in the heart of the Easton community, these small formal gardens are a focal point for local residents.
A sandy beach and clear blue sea waters are not all that Weymouth's seafront has to boast about.
Lodmoor Country Park is just a 15 minute stroll from the Esplanade and through Greenhill Gardens.
Positioned at a stunning location on a promontory overlooking both Weymouth and Portland harbours, these informal gardens are arguably the most beautiful the borough has to offer.
Although renamed in October 1999 as a tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales, they are more commonly known as Radipole Park Gardens.
Enjoying some of the most spectacular views across Portland Harbour, these small but beautiful gardens are made up of seasonal flowers, herb beds and herbaceous borders.
Victoria Gardens in Portland were opened in 1904 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, which was in 1897.
Weymouth Peace Garden is a multi-faith community garden created to promote a commitment to peace and understanding in the local area.
Set back off the busy high street on Wyke Road, this small but popular garden is a great place to play, get fit or simply while away time escaping the hustle and bustle of village life.
Name: Mrs Tara Williams
Tel: 01305 838297
Fax: 01305 761670
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