Attractions near BridportClick map markers to show details below
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The town museum tells the story of Bridport from its origins to the present day. Exhibits include those from the nearby Roman hillfort and from the rope and net making industries
Traditional brewery, which is the only thatched brewery in the UK. Tours culminate in a tasting session in the board room
Working 17th c water mill and Museum of Rural Bygones. Also features tea rooms, cafe and craft centre
A romantic valley garden surrounding an Elizabethan manor house with church, stable block, coach house, dovecote and courtyard. The Garden and Church are open for visitors from March - October and the…
Large, recently excavated Iron Age hillfort set high above the surrounding countryside.
Iron Age hill fort situated on Wears Hill above the village. Believed to have been the work of the Durotriges, a Celtic tribe
Large 17th century manor house and gardens originally the seat of the Russell family
The local history of Lyme Regis represented by maritime and domestic objects, and illustrated by painting, prints and photographs.
A fully restored watermill dating from 1340. The complex also houses art galleries, a cafe/restaurant, craft studios & workshops, a bakery and a shop.
Originally founded in 1765 as a kitchen garden, the site now occupies 20 acres and is stocked with a range of exotic plants many of which were newly-discovered species at the time
Small 15th century chapel set on the hill overlooking Abbotsbury and the coast beyond.
The Abbey of St Peter was a Benedictine monastery founded in the 11th century. All that remains of the abbey now is a single wall
The only place in the world where you are able to walk through the heart of a colony of nesting Mute Swans.
Former Cistercian monastery, now a privately owned house set in 30 acres of gardens