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There is such an exceptional choice of things to see and do with a group in Dorset. Visit a fascinating museum or a National Trust property, get close to animals or stroll through beautiful gardens.
Below are a selection of places to visit that make special provisions for groups.
For further details, please contact the attraction directly, or speak to one of our Tourist Information Centres.
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From our hides, thrill at the sight of badgers emerging from their setts and foraging for food. The area is floodlit for perfect vision and visits from other wildlife such as owls, foxes, rabbits and bats add to the spectacle.
The Tank Museum brings history to life, with the world’s best collection of tanks and explosive live displays.
Our exhibitions tell the story of armoured warfare spanning over 100 years of history. Exploring eight powerful exhibitions, you will...
Athelhampton House & Gardens is one on the finest English manor houses, with beautiful furnished rooms. The grade on gardens are home to the famous topiary pyramids, fountains and the River Piddle.
Enjoy a nostalgic steam-train ride on the Purbeck line.
Steam trains run most weekend throughout the year with daily running April to October.
Park at Norden then catch a train to travel 6 miles south to Swanage, passing through Corfe Castle...
Enter into a world of discovery - feed the lambs, view the animals, take a tractor-trailer ride, watch milking, have fun in the play areas (Designed for 8 years and under). Restaurant and shop.
Tower Park is the South Coast’s leading entertainment centre with Cinema, Childrens Soft Play Area, Bowling, Bingo, Fitness Centre, many restaurants and Splashdown - the UK’s most exciting indoor and outdoor water rides.
A unique Pool which varies in colour from green to turquoise is surrounded by 25 acres of pine trees, gorse and heather. A haven for families to enjoy and explore.
EAST LULWORTH, Wareham
Walk in the footsteps of Kings & Queens as you enjoy wide open spaces, historic buildings & stunning landscapes. Enjoy the tranquillity of the nearby 18C Chapel, wander through the park & woodland & bring a picnic. Visit www.lulworth.com
The Oceanarium, The Bournemouth Aquarium takes you on an amazing underwater adventure above and below the waves. Home to hundreds of awesome creatures, come face to face with stunning sharks, giant sea turtles, graceful stingrays, dwarf crocodiles,...
125 seat Cinema and Theatre, often hosting special event evenings. Family Film Matinees during school holidays. Charming old fashioned interior dating from 1920 and own Bar. Also a venue for The Purbeck Film Festival (www.purbeckfilm.com).
Country Park/Nature Reserve
A beautiful island with wonderful views, wildlife and history including rare red squirrels, birds and the birthplace of Scouting and Guiding. Also host to the annual Brownsea Open Air Theatre.
SEA LIFE Adventure Park takes you on an adventure below the ocean.
Fine sandy beaches stretch continuously for 4 miles. The heathland behind the beach is a National Nature Reserve with many rare birds and all six British reptiles.
Enjoy a fun-filled, fascinating day out for all the family at Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre.
The only place in the world where up to 1,000 swans can be visited during the nesting and hatching time (end May- end June). Audiovisual presentation. Ugly duckling trail. Mass feeding by hand at 12 and 4pm daily.
Splashdown is the South's Ultimate Waterpark. In winter there is a choice of 8 fantastic rides. Each one with its own twists and turns generating a real buzz for the rider and loads of laughs, thrills and spills for all.
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Countryside, cliffs, sea and wildlife. Visitor Centre with exhibits, information, live cliff camera and underwater sounds. Theme trails. Ranger-guided walks.
Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594. Home to the Digby family since 1617. Splendid collections of decorative arts. 'Capability' Brown lake, gardens and grounds.
Magnificent Grade I Listed 1830's mansion built by Lord Stuart de Rothesay. The Castle now houses a Heritage Centre containing stateroom galleries and an exciting programme of events and exhibitions.
Honeybrook Farm is a unique and rustic country park set in acres of beautiful Dorset countryside. Honeybrook has farm animals galore including rare breeds and most wildlife species too.