Attractions in Dorset
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Blandford St Mary
Our Brewery Visitor Centre tells the story of Hall & Woodhouse through the ages and offers a unique insight into the workings of a brewery. The acclaimed design surroundings show the heritage of Hall & Woodhouse in a contemporary environment. Ideal either as part of a day out or for holding...
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Hambledon Hill is Dorset's most impressive Iron Age hillfort with mulitple ramparts. The hilltop is encircled by an Iron Age earthwork and there are extensive and complex Neolithic features, making it a site of major archaeological importance. Situated in the Blackmore Vale five miles north of...
Dorset's Hidden Gem! From semaphore to high tech cyber space, and electronic warfare: discover the rapidly evolving story of the British Army’s dynamic cutting edge ...The Royal Signals.
Nestled in the beautiful countryside of North Dorset, in the attractive Edwardian town of Blandford Forum,...
more than 5 miles
Beach huts are let on a daily or weekly basis. They are a popular feature and are provided with a table, four chairs and an electricity power point enabling you to have some comforts whilst gazing out to sea. Hire a beach hut, and your trips to the beach are made easier without having to take all...
Country Park/Nature Reserve
SOUTH & SOUTH EAST ENGLAND IN BLOOM 2012- AWARDED CONSERVATION AREA OF THE YEAR- OVERALL WINNER WITH GOLD AWARD!
Stanpit Marsh is situated on the north side of Christchurch Harbour, just below the confluence of the rivers Avon and Stour. The 65 hectare site has an unusual combination of habitats...
Free Days Out
Nea Meadows is situated to the East of Christchurch Borough, within the Nea Ward and close to the village of Highcliffe. The area comprises of a variety of natural habitats including mixed meadow, wetland and woodland as well as formal recreation. Designated as a public open space, Nea Meadows is...
Overlooking Portland Harbour in Dorset stands one of Henry VIII's finest coastal forts, built in the early 1540s to protect against French and Spanish invasion. Today it provides a great day out for visitors and its audio tour, included in the admission price tells of the castle's 450 year history...
"Eggardon Hill Fort has impressive 360 degree views across the County. The drive up to the fort is worth experiencing itself.
Eggardon Hill is an iron-age hillfort which, arguably, has one of the finest views of any hill-fort in the county. On a clear day from there you can see right across Lyme...
Elegant 17thC Italian inspired country mansion set in attractive formal gardens and extensive parkland.
Wander around the house and discover the Spanish Room with its gilded leather and gilded ceiling brought from the Contarini Palace in Venice. Witness paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck, Titian and...