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Dorset Attractions

No holiday to Dorset would be complete without taking advantage of some of the excellent attractions on offer. Whether it's outdoor exploration, family fun, or indoor attractions for those rainy days in Dorset, there's something to keep you occupied and give you a holiday experience to remember.

Sea life, museums, animal parks, gardens, water parks, castles and historical houses - there are things to do for all ages so please check out the fantastic Dorset attractions below...

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26 Mar 2018
Resort Dorset Magazine 2018 The popular Resort Dorset magazine for 2018 is out today. Our free title offers visitors the chance to discover all the best things to see and do across the county. Resort is packed with great attractions, activities, food and drink, shopping, events and more ideas for great days out. You'll also find lots of money-saving vouchers! Keep an eye out for the bright yellow dispensers and pick up your copy soon - they'll be found in many hotels, holiday parks, shops, ... Read more...
21 Mar 2018
Music Festivals in Dorset If you're looking for live music in Dorset during 2018 then you're in luck! The county has a host of festivals celebrating the best of rock, pop, jazz, folk, blues... whatever your taste in music, there's bound to be a music festival or event featured here for you! Many of the events are free to attend, so there's no excuse not to take in some of the best sounds the county has to offer this year. Take a look at the schedule below and start planning your summer ... Read more...
13 Mar 2018
Durdle Door Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast. This rock arch in the sea (or is it a dragon drinking water?!) was formed as a result of the softer rocks being eroded away behind the hard limestones, allowing the sea to punch through them. The name Durdle is derived from an Old English word 'thirl' meaning bore or drill. Eventually the arch will collapse to leave a sea stack such as those that can be seen at Ladram Bay in East ... Read more...
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