Shire horses in action plus other animals and activities for all ages
A 280 acre countryside paradise, consisting of sea-cliffs, coastal limestone downland, haymeadows, hedgerows and woodland.
Large, recently excavated Iron Age hillfort set high above the surrounding countryside.
A family run visitor attraction set on a farm, with a variety of live stock including ponies, pigs, sheep & goats, milking demos, play barn, mini tractors and much more.
Former Cistercian monastery, now a privately owned house set in 30 acres of gardens
Once a Cistercian monastery, Forde Abbey is now a privately owned country house with 1,600-acre of landscaped gardens.
Small town museum featuring artifacts, costume, photos, ceramics, tools, domestic items and the town’s first fire engine. Of special interest is the collection of intricate Dorset buttons.
A 19th century Grade I listed building, built by Lord Stuart de Rothesay. 5 partially restored staterooms housing a visitor centre and gallery featuring a changing programme of exhibitions.
Large 17th century manor house and gardens originally the seat of the Russell family
Located in East Dorset is Knoll Gardens, a year round tourist attraction that is attached to a nursery and is home to over 5,000 plant species including many rare varieties.