Attractions in Dorset
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less than 0.5 miles
Regular, varied and lively year-round programme of amateur and professional plays, films, art, photography and craft exhibitions, workshops, and training courses.
Come and stand on the ancient cobbles of Gold Hill, Shaftesbury a glorious setting made famous in the much loved "Hovis" advert. Take in the stunning vista down the hill and across the surrounding Dorset countryside.
Explore the site of Saxon England’s foremost Benedictine nunnery, founded by King Alfred, and described as one of England’s best-kept secrets.
Perched on a hilltop with extensive views over the gentle undulating Blackmore Vale, Shaftesbury is one of England’s most scenically located and charming...
more than 5 miles
A unique attraction in the Isle of Purbeck.
A chance to escape the outside world and enjoy walks around a magical Pool famous for its ever changing colours. Sandy Paths lead up steps to views of the Purbeck Hills or down steps to the waters edge. Giftshop, Museum and Plant Centre. The Teahouse...
The Pavilion Theatre and Ballroom is Bournemouth's venue for year round entertainment. Built in the 1920s, it retains its original and elegant styling and is Bournemouth's regular home for West End stage shows, Opera, Ballet, Pantomime, Comedy and concerts as well as for corporate presentations and...
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...
Artsreach is Dorset’s rural touring arts organisation. Our overall aim is to enrich the quality of life of people living in rural Dorset by providing both outlets for, and access to, professional performing, visual and participatory arts in community venues. To enable us to do this they receive...
Free Days Out
The Convent Walk was built around 1911 to commemorate the coronation of King George V and is a tranquil walk that follows the course of the Mill Stream, as it runs parallel to the Avon, from Town Bridge to Place Mill on Christchurch Quay.
Cerne Abbas, Dochester
Dorset Trails are full of interesting little snippets of fact as well as some wonderful hidden places you would just never see. Have fun exploring as you solve the clues in one of Dorset’s Murder Mystery, Treasure Hunt or Spy Trails.