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Dorset's got so much to offer. No matter where your'e staying in the county, there will be a host of top quality things to do, places to eat (or drink), shops to browse and maybe even special offers to be taken advantage of!

With lots of the focus on the beautiful Dorset coast, the map above shows just how much is available inland too. Dorset's rural side rivals the coast in terms of natural beauty, so be sure not to miss out on exploring some stunning countryside and quaint villages on your way to some of the venues on the map.

Use the interactive map of Dorset above to discover great things to see and do. You can control what's on your map by using the controls - just click on a map icon for more information.

Latest Dorset Features

20 Aug 2019
Things to do August Bank Holiday weekend An extra day off for many - make the most of it with our guide to the best Dorset events this August Bank Holiday weekend. Events Read more...
13 Aug 2019
Halloween Events in Dorset The October half-term is now synonymous with Halloween and the themed fun that takes place. If you’re out and about in Dorset, you’ll find many a Halloween event happening, so grab your broomsticks, sharpen those fangs, and prepare to have one hell of a good time! Dorset Halloween events include everything from zombie fests and enchanted illuminations, to pumpkin carving and the Sea Life Asquarium! It's scary how much there is to choose from... Halloween ... Read more...
8 Aug 2019
Things to do on a rainy day in Dorset Dorset is blessed with countless scenic locations to explore in the summer months, from Durdle Door to Portland Bill there are plenty of beauty spots and outdoor activities to enjoy. But what about those rainy days in Dorset when the number one priority is keeping dry? We’ve compiled a list of fantastic Dorset attractions and activities to keep you and your family entertained when the rain takes hold. Rainy Day Attractions & Activities in Dorset What else ... Read more...
29 Jul 2019
Sandsfoot Castle Sandsfoot Castle’s picturesque location by the sea, with the backdrop of Portland Harbour and the Isle of Portland itself beyond, makes for a perfect area to relax and admire some spectacular views. The gardens surrounding the castle have been lovingly cared for and there is an on-site café. Almost 500 years ago in 1539, Sandsfoot Castle was constructed by order of King Henry VIII as a coastal defence mechanism for Weymouth and Portland. It consisted of two ... Read more...
26 Jul 2019
West Lulworth and Lulworth Cove West Lulworth is home to some of the world’s greatest attractions. While the glorious Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove showcase the Jurassic Coast’s World Heritage status, there are also other things to do that will keep a smile on your face for the whole day (providing you can bring yourself to turn your back on the coastline itself). Stroll through the nature reserves, take in the breathtaking views of the wonders of the Jurassic Coast, and take a walk through the ... Read more...

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