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The Weather in Weston-super-Mare
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Weston-super-Mare in February. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
Experience a coastal paradise with Weston-super-Mare holiday cottages & apartments
Located in the south-west of England, Weston-super-Mare is a natural marvel. Its perfect sand beaches are the setting for world-class sand sculpture. Befriend a sea lion, fly a helicopter, or stroll along the pier at one of the UK's favourite destinations.
Making a splash
Weston-super-Mare's seafront aquarium affords stunning views of the South Wales coastline and lets you tour the world by wandering through 9 different zones with different themes. Children will fall in love with the sea lions at the dedicated cove that lets you get up close to the harbour seals and see them from underwater in the 1200 litre pool.
What to do in Weston-super-Mare
Weston-super-Mare is a traditional fishing village, and you'll enjoy just walking around and soaking up the atmosphere. Nearby, you'll find the idyllic sandy beach of Uphill, and salt flats full of wildlife which attract wheeling sea birds. The nature reserves, including a Donkey Field and Plantation, are also a can't miss attraction.
Weston-super-Mare's top attractions
Puxton Park offers the whole family an enthralling experience with some of your favourite animals. Raptors, sheep, horses and donkeys are just some of the new friends you'll make here. Set among 16 hectares of verdant countryside, the adventure park also offers mini golf, a maze, a giant fort, and a JCB digging pit.
Weston Sand Sculptures
If you want to experience something completely different, come to this sculpture festival on the beach. A team of world class sand sculpture experts teach you how to sculpt and smooth your way to a winning position in the freestyle competition with a range of prizes to be won.
One of the UK's longest naturally occurring beaches, this sandy beach can dramatically change size depending on the tide. Crowds flock like seabirds to its stunning shore, enjoying kite surfing, boogie boarding, kayaking and kite flying. Concerts and events are held here throughout the year, making it an important cultural centre.
The Helicopter Museum
Take off at this fascinating museum of aviation, which houses over 80 helicopters and is the venue for open cockpit days and air experience flights that put you in control of these feats of engineering. Explore the history of flight through special films at the theatre, and engage with interactive exhibits as you learn all about the helicopter.
The ultimate theme park, this pleasure pier doesn't just offer some of the best views of the coast - the whole family will be thrilled by its rides, arcades and attractions. Relax at the Edwardian-style tea rooms and drink in the sea views after enjoying the world-class rides that await you.
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