Wimborne Minster

Wimborne is a thriving market town with an excellent market, lovely coffee shops, pubs and shopping, including a Waitrose supermarket.

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Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a lovely Victorian seaside resort with some 7 miles of beaches, a traditional pier, beautiful gardens and plenty of nightlife.

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Salisbury

Salisbury is a beautiful medieval city, its centre piece being the 13th century cathedral, with its 123m spire, working 14th century clock and an original copy of the Magna Carta from 1215 AD. It’s also just 9 miles from Stonehenge.

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Poole

Poole is a traditional coastal town, known for its large natural harbour, sandy beaches, quayside and Brownsea Island.

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Drusilla’s Inn

Just a short walk away, Drusilla’s Inn is a traditional thatched country inn, with low ceilings and exposed beams, serving a fine selection of local ales and ciders, plus international wines. A range of menus from bar snacks to a la carte is also available.

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Horton Inn

Offering a find selection of Marsten’s beers, including Ringwood Best and Fortyniner, plus a broad food menu, this pub has plenty of parking and outside seating.

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The Old Inn

A little further away, but worth the drive, The Old Inn is a lovely country pub in the charming village of Holt. Traditional pub food and local ales are on offer and the home made pizzas are delicious.

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The Drovers Inn

The Drovers Inn in Gussage All Saints is the hub of the village. Saved by the local community, it is now a community-owned pub offering a good selection of ales and local food.

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Bournemouth Beaches

Pack your bucket and spade! With 7 miles of golden sands and just 30 minutes drive away, Bournemouth’s beaches are some of the best in the world. They frequently win Blue Flag and Seaside Awards.

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Poole Beaches

Poole’s Sandbanks Beach is one of the most famous in the world. With soft, raked golden sand, clear waters and contemporary waterside bars and restaurants there’s something for everyone at Poole’s 5 beaches. Best of all they’re just 30 minutes drive from the site.

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Jurassic Coast

Just a 30 minute drive away, the Dorset stretch of The Jurassic Coast (a World Heritage Site) offers some of the most beautiful hideaway beaches and bays, as well as lovely coastal walks, pubs and restaurants.

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Horton Tower

Said to have once been the tallest non-religious building in Britain, Horton Tower is a classic example of a folly – monuments built by rich eccentrics with no obvious purpose.

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Isle of Purbeck

Although not a true island, the Isle of Purbeck is surrounded by water on 3 sides and boasts some of the best sea views, coastal walks and stunning scenery in the south of England.

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Corfe Castle

One of Britain’s most majestic ruins and once a controlling gateway through the Purbecks, Corfe Castle boasts breathtaking views and several walks.

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Wareham Town & River

Ancient town and former royal borough, the charming market town of Wareham is a veritable delight at any time of year. Between the rivers Frome and Piddle, the river is an attractive gateway to the Purbecks.

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New Forest

From wild ponies, country walks and cycle routes to quaint villages, tea-rooms and country pubs, there’s something for everyone in the New Forest.

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Tank Museum

The Tank Museum at Bovington Camp brings history to life, with the world’s best collection of 300 tanks and armoured vehicles.

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Monkey World

Monkey World is a 65 acre ape and monkey sanctuary and rescue centre in Wool, Dorset, where primates who have suffered are rehabilitated into natural living groups.

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Paultons Park

With over 70 rides, attractions and The Home of Peppa Pig, Paultons Park near Romsey is a terrific family day out.

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Moors Valley Country Park

Whether you want to enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride through the forest, experience a ride on an authentic narrow-gauge steam train or go on a high wire adventure swinging through the tree-tops, Moors Valley has the lot.

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Kingston Lacey

National Trust’s Kingston Lacy near Wimborne is an elegant country house and estate set in attractive formal gardens and extensive parkland.

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Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a pre-historic monument in Wiltshire. It consists of a ring of stones, each around 13 feet tall, 7 feet wide and weighing around 25 tons. It’s well worth combining with Salisbury for a great day out.

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Dorset Steam Fair

The Great Dorset Steam Fair offers one of the summer’s most fun and action packed days out for all the family.

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Wimborne Folk Festival

Wimborne’s annual folk festival takes place in June. From folk and street dancing, ceilidh and face painting to processions, street food and market stalls this is one of the highlights of the year.

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