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The weather in Wareham
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Wareham, with temperatures going under 1°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is March.
Experience Britain's south coast with Wareham holiday cottages
Whether you take a charming country cottage or a grand farming estate, your Wareham accommodation on the ancient Jurassic Coast places you near to castles and farms, museums and marinas. You and your family can also enjoy some of Britain's most impressive natural landscapes.
UNESCO World Heritage
Delve into the Jurassic Coast at Wareham Town Museum. Unique geology displays and fascinating fossils offer you an insight into the area's prehistory. From the oil that was generated in Lyme Regis to the area's distinctive black shale, you can discover why the coast is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
At the Tank Museum, you can observe 100 years of war history, told through the collection of thirty historic armoured vehicles. You'll see the world's oldest tank, the famous German Tiger, and the most contemporary addition, the Challenger 2. At the Discover Centre, you'll hear the stories of war veterans who fought alongside these remarkable machines, and learn how they changed the course of history.
Go ape for these adventures
Bring your children to Monkey World, a rehabilitation centre for primates, and they can learn about the histories, behaviours, and futures of these rescued monkeys at daily Keeper Talks. Watch a huge diversity of different species of primates at play, and hang about yourself at the giant adventure playground for little ones.
Dorset Waterpark is the south coast's premier water park. Traverse the action loop of floating obstacles, and test your skills! There's everything from a trampoline to slides, monkey bars, and a Wiggle Bridge to forge at this exciting play park in a spectacular setting. Snacks and ice cream are available on-site.
Children typically enjoy Farmer Palmer's Farm Park, where different animal-related activities are offered every half hour, like milking, feeding, and even pig races. Dedicated play areas let children relaxedly cavort around together. At the cafe, you can enjoy home-made cakes along with your meal, and there are ample facilities for babies and toddlers.
Where to go from Wareham
Whether you hike or bike through Wareham Forest, be sure to also try paddle boarding on the River Frome or horseback ride along the coast. Your Wareham cottage offers a plethora of excursions.
Poole Harbour is a nearby base for innumerable water sports. Charter a boat for the day to sail through this spectacular stretch of water, or kayak along the shore for some of the best views of the rugged cliffs. Surfing and swimming are also popular on Poole's beaches in warmer weather. This spot also offers a lengthy history stretching back to pre-Roman times. In the 1960s, for example, a 2000-year-old Iron Age logboat was found just off nearby Brownsea Island.
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