Attractions near WimborneClick map markers to show details below
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The church of St Cuthburga, Winborne Minster dates back over 1300 years. The current church is mostly Norman in origin although there are Saxon and Gothic features. Features include chained library, an…
University museum celebrating plastics in design. Collection contains over 8,000 international, historical and contemporary design examples
Large public park adjacent to Poole harbour. Contains several man made lakes and is a conservation area
The only UK charitable museum dedicated to preserving operational examples of historic aircraft. The museum occupies a 30,000 sq ft hanger at Bournemouth International Airport.
Ten acres of beautiful gardens, shops, restaurants, a delicatessen and regular events. Open 7 days a week.
Come face to face with marine life from the furthest reaches of the globe. Fully interactive, with touch screen games, feeding demonstrations and talks, plasma screen documentaries, walk through underwater…
Housed in a fine Victorian villa overlooking the beach the gallery and museum are home to an important fine art collection and extensive Victoriana from around the Globe
The national museum of Army communications, telling the story of military communications from the Napoleonic Wars onwards.
Situated in a fine Georgian townhouse the Fashion Museum has exhibits covering 250 years of historical costume and accessories
The museum features exhibits from the local area from prehistoric times to the present day. It also has a collection dedicated to the life of Lawrence of Arabia
Pair of impressive chalk sea stacks located off the end of Handfast Point near Swanage. Named after local pirate, Harry Paye
The magical Blue Pool is unique attraction in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck. Set in peaceful woodland between Wareham and Corfe Castle this apparently natural beauty spot began life as a clay pit in…
Large 11th century castle that now lies in ruins since it was slighted in the English Civil War. It still cuts a majestic form dominating the village below
Dorset's premier standard gauge preserved steam railway. Operates between Swanage and Norden, through the Isle of Purbeck.