A 90 mile walk across Dorset from Forde Abbey on the Somerset border to Bokerley Dyke on the Hampshire border. The trail winds through quiet villages, passing rural churches and offers extensive views of the rolling downs and secret valleys which make Dorset so special … discover Dorset along the Jubilee Trail.
Created by the Dorset Area Ramblers’ Association in 1995 to celebrate sixty years of its founding.
Dorchester may be one of the smallest county towns in England but it is packed with history,...0 miles away
Plaza Dorchester - All digital, 4 screen, 3D enabled, live sattelite enabled, state of the art...0.12 miles away
The only museum on mainland Britain solely devoted to dinosaurs, the award-winning Dinosaur Museum...0.13 miles away
Discover Dorset in depth at Dorset County Museum and explore the story of the county from...0.15 miles away
Visit the Old Crown Court and Cells in Dorchester and discover its gripping history.
~Famous for...0.17 miles away
The Tutankhamun Exhibition allows the visitor to experience the magnificence and wonder of the...0.18 miles away
.Visit this unique family museum with its evocative and atmospheric displays of teddy bears from...0.19 miles away
The only museum outside China exclusively dedicated to the amazing Terracotta Warriors. Unique...0.22 miles away
Music, theatre, dance outdoor events and much more in Dorset's County Town.0.26 miles away
Artsreach is Dorset’s rural touring arts organisation. Our overall aim is to enrich the quality of...0.38 miles away
The only Roman Town House to be seen in its entirety in Britain.
Dating from the 4th century AD,...0.4 miles away
Victorian house designed by Thomas Hardy and his home from 1885 until his death in 1928. Contains...0.81 miles away
The new £8 million centre provides the local community with a first-class swimming and fitness...0.88 miles away
The finest and largest Iron Age hill fort in Britain, with enormous earthworks and complicated...1.21 miles away
Kingston Maurward Gardens are set deep in Hardy's Dorset and are listed on the English Heritage...1.45 miles away
Thomas Hardy was born in 1840 in this small cob and thatch cottage, which was built by his...2.49 miles away