Make sure that you visit to find out about what is going on this year!

Charmouth Rocks!

Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre

As well as the Lyme Regis location, join the Centre for a weekend of fossil hunting, dinosaur sculpting on the beach, fossil mould making and ammonite slice polishing in celebration of our coastline.  There’s lots to see and do at the Centre! For further details and to book places on the events, please phone the Warden team 01297 560772 or email

Making Fossils!

There will be a free hourly bus between Lyme Regis and Charmouth starting at 10am from Lyme Regis.  Last bus back to Lyme is at 5.30pm.


10am Fossil hunting walk (book direct)
1030am - 4.30pm Dorset Geological Association Group displays & fossil ID
1pm Dinosaur Sculpture on the beach                          
2pm - 4.30pm Fossil mould making & Ammonite slice polishing


10.30am Fossil hunting walk (book direct)
10.30am - 4.30pm Dorset Geological Association Group
2pm - 4.30pm Fossil mould making & Ammonite slice polishing

Guildhall Rocks!

National Museum of wales

Meteorite Simulator: The Down to Earth Education Project is a collaboration between the National Museum of Wales and Cardiff University. With its impact calculator, you can choose the size, density, angle and velocity of a meteorite, aim it at a location with Google Earth and assess the destruction. The prototype is available at

Bermuda 400 celebrations

Town Twinning Display Lyme Regis is twinned with St Georges,
Bermuda, and 2009 is the 400th anniversary of Lyme Mayor Sir George Somers landing on the island.

Lyme Regis Museum Rocks!

Darwin Birds
  • De la Beche’s famous imagined vision of ancient Dorset, ‘Duria Antiquior’, on loan from the National Museum of Wales.
  • The amazing Jurassic Coast Discovery Box
  • Make your own plaster cast ‘fossils’ with local artist Phil Anslow
  • John Gould Exhibition

Sotanos Rocks!

Café Scientifique: Floating Laboratories Often Rock

Sotanos Tapas Bar, Broad Street
16:00, Saturday only
FREE to attend

Although Darwin’s Origin of Species contains little in the way of visual illustration, the artists and draftsmen who accompanied expeditions in the Southern Continent played a role in its formulation and in the spread of the ideas it presents.

Steve Hughes from the University of Exeter will introduce these artists and their voyages and the contributions they made to evolutionary theory before and after the publication of Origin in 1859.

In an open and convivial café atmosphere you can take part in explorations and discussions of topical scientific questions and issues. Exeter Café cientifique meets on the first Monday of each month at 2030 in the Phoenix Art Centre, Exeter.

The Cobb Rocks!

National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton Research Vessel Callista

RV Calista

The National Oceanography Centre researches sea-level rise and climate change. The oceans are both a controller of and barometer on climate change and displays will show how our seas respond. Take a tour of this floating marine laboratory and visit the Lyme Regis Aquarium.

Jurassic Coast Rocks!

A series of linked events is taking place throughout the 95-mile stretch of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. These collaborations with cultural organisations, communities and earth science will develop over the years to form a coherent picture of how we can celebrate and understand the regionís unique heritage through the arts, through the World Heritage Site designation, and through dialogue and education. The programme kicked off in late April with Universal Value: Here Now, an exciting dance event at Budleigh Salterton. All events are free unless otherwise indicated.

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