Attractions in Dorset
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Remains of a prehistoric circle consisting of nine standing stones. Constructed approximately 4,000-years-ago.
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Experience, explore, discover and join in with the arts at Lighthouse.
CINEMA * THEATRE * CONCERT HALL * STUDIO * CAFE * GALLERY * VENUE HIRE
Lighthouse boasts a year round programme of national and international events: dance, music, drama, comedy, film, visual arts, workshops and family...
Whether you want to see a show, be educated at a conference, attend an exhibition, enjoy some art or enjoy a first class dining experience, our award-winning Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) is a premier conference, events and entertainment venue, centrally situated in the town with panoramic...
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...
An English Heritage Site. Knowlton is a site on the outskirts of Wimborne, Dorset. It is best known for its ruined Norman church which was built within a neolithic henge monument, known locally as the Knowlton Rings.
There is no admission fee and the site is open to visitors at any reasonable...
The foundations of a small Romano-Celtic temple.
Church Knowle, WAREHAM
Animal Sanctuary and Visitor Centre in the Purbecks rescuing a variety of animals including cats, horses, farm animals, rabbits and other small furries and birds (dogs at our Winterborne Kingston Centre).
Picnic in some of Dorset's most beautiful scenery, feel free to wander around and see the...
Exciting & exhilarating boat trips running from West Bay along the Jurassic Coast.
RIB Blasts, Coastal Cruises, Water Skiing & Wake Boarding & Jurassic Coast Link between West Bay & Lyme Regis picking up from either harbour.
Charters & water based events for families, groups, clubs & schools.
Chesil Beach is 18 miles (28 kilometres) long and, on average, 160 metres wide and rises to 12 metres in height. It is a pebble and shingle tombolo connecting Portland to Abbotsbury and then continuing north-westwards to West Bay near Bridport. It is the largest tombolo in the UK.
Highcliffe Castle is a magnificent Grade 1 Listed 1830s mansion built by Lord Stuart de Rothesay and is situated just four miles east of Christchurch. The cliff-top grounds, with wonderful views of the Dorset coastline and the Isle of Wight, provide access to the beach and to the Christchurch...