Attractions in Dorset
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New Ground, Portland
Fancys Family Farm is a new community farm on Portland in Dorset and is the home to the only flock of rare breed Portland Sheep on Portland. We also have goats, alpacas, geese, chickens, pigs and Poppy and Ozzie the farm dogs. We are open every day between 10am and dusk and welcome visitors. Bring...
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...
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust, the centre's exciting displays and programme of activities will help you make the most of your visit to Chesil Beach and Portland.
The Centre has a shop, wildlife events and activities, a bridge across the Fleet Lagoon to the Chesil Beach plus amazing views of...
Explore the underwater world of the Fleet Lagoon in the glass bottom boat and see unique British Marine Life
more than 5 miles
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...