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
Iron Age hill fort situated on Wears Hill above the village. Believed to have been the work of the Durotriges, a Celtic tribe
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
The only place in the world where you are able to walk through the heart of a colony of nesting Mute Swans.
An all inclusive Park combining the timeless fun and games of the Alice in Wonderland story with outdoor Adventure rides and the undercover Lost Aztec World of Wild Thing.
A beach resort situated in Christchurch on a 1/4 mile long section of beach. Facilities including cafe, shop, beach huts and a variety of beach and sports equipment available for hire.
An 8 acre site of ponds & lakes, plants, native trees, wild plants and flowers. Attractions include The Museum, Tropical House, Extensive Plant Centre and Monet Tearooms.
The ruins of Bindon Abbey, a former Cistercian monastery are located close to Wool on the River Frome.
Situated in a fine Georgian townhouse the Fashion Museum has exhibits covering 250 years of historical costume and accessories
The magical Blue Pool is unique attraction in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck.