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The Esplanade
The walkway and road which runs parallel to Weymouth beach is called the Esplanade. Before Georgian times (early 19th century) the town was not known as a seaside resort but with the patronage from King George III there was a major redevelopment of Weymouth. Over 50 years many of the terraces you can still see today were built facing the sea. And it is not surprising to find that many buildings are hotels and guest houses that enjoy the beautiful panorama of Weymouth bay.

Alexandra Gardens - Anzac Memorial - Brunswick Terrace -Cenotaph - Jubilee Clock - King's Statue -Pavilion - Pier Bandstand- Queen Victoria's Statue - St John's Church
Carnival 2004 - Carnival 2005 - Remembrance Parade 2005

The Pavilion to Augusta Place
Augusta Place

Charlotte Row to Royal Terrace
Charlotte Row

Gloucester Lodge to Brunswick Terrace
Northern end of Esplanade

Click on thumbnails for the galleries of the terraces of the Esplanade.