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Whilst now only a parish church Sherborne Abbey has been a Saxon cathedral and a Benedictine abbey. The majority of the building is Norman in origin although Saxon features remain.
Situated in the historic heart of Sherborne, the town museum features over 15,000 items of local history
Built in 1594 by Sir Walter Raleigh. Set in 40 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds.
Ruined 12th century castle built for the Bishops of Salisbury. The castle was destroyed during the English Civil War by Parliamentary forces
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.
Working 17th c water mill and Museum of Rural Bygones. Also features tea rooms, cafe and craft centre
Large 17th century manor house and gardens originally the seat of the Russell family
Touch screen computers, videos, medals, uniforms and medals representing Devonshire & Dorset Regiments and Yeomanry.
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
An internationally acclaimed re-creation of Tutankhamun's tomb and treasures. Full school service and specialist Egyptian shop.
The story of Dorset's rich landscape told in a series of facinating displays. Founded in 1846, the diverse collections include Roman mosaics, original Thomas Hardy manuscripts and fossilised dinosaur…
An unmissable family museum and Teddy Bear House with people sized bears. Includes the earliest teddies and todays TV favourites.
Britain's only museum solely devoted to dinosaurs. Fossils, skeletons and life sized reconstructions, combined with audiovisual and hands-on displays.
Exhibition featuring a group of the life sized clay warriors created in China by the conservation technicians who preserve and restore the warriors after excavation.