Join the Marine Warden on a Rock Pool Ramble to explore the fascinating creatures of the seashore and how they live, love and do lunch!
Suitable for any age, this event is run at Broad Ledge in Lyme Regis and lasts for 1 and ½ hours. As the tide goes out the ledges here are exposed and rock pools, which are full of life, are revealed. Our experienced warden will help you to discover the amazing plants and animals living on our shores.
Charges: £4 Adult, £3 Child. All children must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Meeting point: Large metal anchor, Cobb Gate Car Park, Lyme Regis
Site information: Some uneven ground with sand, pebbles and boulders. Please be suitably dressed for the elements and wear footwear that you don’t mind getting wet.
Distance: A short walk of approximately 100 metres takes us to Broad Ledge.
Booking is essential. To book a Ramble online click here
Map of Rockpool Ramble meeting point
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Join us for this family fun discovery day and explore the world of fabulous creatures found in Lyme Bay.
Our Marine Warden will guide you through our seashore and shallow seas but watch out for monsters! With fun activities this event is specifically designed for families.
Our next Rock'n Rockpools day is on Monday 27th May
Join our fully qualified BSAC snorkel instructor on a guided snorkel from the shore this August. You will be introduced to snorkelling safe practice before heading out to see what discoveries you can make.
Discover the microscopic monsters of our seas on a seashore plankton trawl and learn why plankton is so important in our seas.
Come for a paddle in the seas to catch the critters and then take a look under the microscopes with our experienced warden who will help you identify your finds. This event lasts for 1 and ½ hours and is subject to sea conditions.
Charges: £4 Adult £3 Child (4 years and under go free). All children must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Meeting point: The Centre
Site information: Sand, pebbles and shallow water. Please be suitably dressed for the elements and wear clothes and footwear that you don’t mind getting wet.
Distance: A short walk to the seashore from the Centre.
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