2019 sees the 14th year of the Weston Sand sculpture where a team of talented sculptors disply a different theme each year. This year’s theme is “What if…?”.This is a family-friendy, interactive attraction.
The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare is the largest in the world dedicated to helicopters.
There are over 80 aircraft, and the museum offers Air Experience Flights and Open Cockpit Days.
SeaQuarium Weston is situated on Weston beach with panoramic views across the estuary of Wales. Sitting on its own unique pier, SeaQuarium Weston contains over 30 different exhibits that includes exotic creatures ranging from piranhas to puffer fish and jellyfish to sharks as well as everything in between.
Their recent Fantastic Phobias Zone is set aboard the SS SeaQ and offers the chance to get up-close-and-personal with a frightening variety of creepy crawlies and crawling creeps such as spiders and rats!
Weston Museum reopened in 2018 after a two-year refurbishment.
Admission is free of charge, and their website includes lots of information describing the collections, exhibitions, facilities, and upcoming events at this local treasure.