Close Attractions

The Grand Pier:


Reopened in 2010 after a major fire, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare is a beacon of entertainment and nostalgia. Extending 400 meters into the Bristol Channel, it features a range of attractions including modern and traditional rides, a go-kart track, and various arcade games. The pier also houses a range of food outlets, from classic fish and chips to more contemporary dining options. It's not just a place for fun and games; the pier often hosts events, making it a dynamic and lively spot in the town. At night, the pier is beautifully lit, creating a magical atmosphere that's perfect for a leisurely evening stroll.


Weston Sand Sculpture Festival:


A unique and visually stunning attraction, the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival showcases the talents of international sculptors who transform sand into incredible works of art. Each year, the festival adopts a different theme, ensuring that repeat visitors always have something new to admire. The sculptures range from realistic depictions to fantastical creations, demonstrating the versatility of sand as an artistic medium. Interactive elements, such as workshops and guided tours, offer visitors a deeper understanding of this unique art form.


The Helicopter Museum:


Housing the largest collection of helicopters in the world, this museum is a must-visit for aviation enthusiasts. It displays over 80 helicopters from various countries and eras, including military, rescue, and private models. The museum offers a rare opportunity to see these aircraft up close and learn about their history and technology. Special events like 'Copter Open Cockpit Days' allow visitors to sit inside some of these iconic machines, offering a truly immersive experience.


Weston Woods:


Covering 130 hectares on the hills above Weston-super-Mare, Weston Woods is a perfect destination for nature lovers. It offers a network of walking paths through ancient and modern woodlands, providing a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the town. The woods are home to a variety of wildlife, and the viewpoints along the trails offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside and the Bristol Channel. It's a great place for a family picnic, a dog walk, or just a quiet stroll amidst nature.


Water Adventure Play Park:


Ideal for families, this attraction features a variety of water-based activities suitable for children of all ages. The play park includes splash pads, water jets, and slides, providing endless fun on a sunny day. The park is designed with safety in mind, ensuring that children can play in a secure and monitored environment. Alongside the water features, there are traditional playground elements, making it a versatile spot for a family day out. The park is conveniently located close to other attractions in Weston-super-Mare, making it easy to combine a visit here with other activities in the town.