Places of Interest
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is one of Britain’s oldest resorts, made famous by George III whose statue graces the promenade. The town boasts a beautiful sandy beach, attractive seafront and spectacular Jurassic coastline.
A short distance from Bournemouth, Poole has a magnificent harbour and stunning beaches. Enjoy the sights aboard the land train, which leaves on a fifty minute journey from the Quay. Poole is also home to the superb Bennett’s Water Gardens, an eight acre garden famous for its amazing collection of water lilies, replica Monet bridge and museum.
Shrouded in mystery, this intriguing circle of bluestones is believed to date from around 3500BC and is one of the country’s top tourist attractions.
is home to the National Motor Museum, Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey. Also, take time to explore the beautiful gardens, including the 18th century Informal Wilderness Garden and the Victorian Kitchen Garden.
Visit the historic cathedral, which contains the best preserved of only four original Magna Carta and Europe’s oldest clock, believed to date from 1386. Other notable attractions include the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum, The Rifles military museum, Edward Heath’s Arundells and Mompesson House in the glorious setting of Cathedral Close.
is dominated by the magnificent twin towers of the Minster Church of St. Cuthburga, founded in the 8th century. The fascinating Priest’s House Museum and Gardens is worth a visit and Wimborne Market is one of the largest open-air markets in the south of England.
is an enchanting region of ancient woodlands, picturesque villages and historic houses. In the summer months, the open-top bus tour is the perfect way to see the forest in all its splendour. There is also an abundance of walking trails and cycle paths to enjoy for those feeling a little more energetic.
is renowned for its fascinating heritage, intriguing history and magnificent 11th century Priory church. It also boasts a spectacular natural harbour and over four miles of beautiful beaches.
boasts an abundance of attractions including the Dorset County Museum, Maiden Castle and Roman Town House.
is one of the most beautiful villages in England, fashioned out of Purbeck Stone and nestling under the dramatic ruins of its imposing castle. Discover 1,000 years of the castle’s history as a royal palace and fortress; with fallen walls, ‘murder holes’ and secret places, there are tales of treachery and treason around every corner.