Attractions

Bere Regis Village:
berepicThe village of Bere Regis has a great deal of history behind it. With stories of king John, to the countryside and area that inspired the famous novelist and poet Thomas Hardy. Visit the Bere Regis village website to find out more about the history of the village from as far back as the stone age.

monkey-worldMonkey world has been voted Dorset’s top family attraction. Situated in over 65 acres of forest and giving sanctuary to over 150 primates.
Bovington Tank MuseumBovington Tank Museum in Dorset houses the world’s finest indoor collection of armored fighting vehicles dating from the earliest tanks developed to the latest battle tank of the British Army, the Challenger.
Weymouth Sea life CentreMeet some of the watery world’s craziest creatures, from prehistoric horseshoe crabs and sharp-shooting mantis shrimp, to the amazing puffer fish
Corfe CastleOne of the most evocative ruined castles in England
Over 1,000 years of turbulent history
Castle View visitor centre explores the lives (and deaths) of past residents
Golf in DorsetThere are over 30 golf courses in the Dorset area. The nearest being less than 5 miles down the road.
Durdle Door

Durdle Door in Dorset with its massive rock arch, set right on the Jurassic Coast between Swanage and Weymouth, is absolutely beautiful.

Lulworth CoveLulworth Cove itself is a beautiful shell shaped cove, formed over millions of years, providing a great place to relax on the beaches, swim in the cove and also dive if you are daring to the many great spots in and out of the cove.
Tolpuddle Martys Museum
Lulworth CastleLulworth Castle is an early 17th-century hunting lodge,
originally built to attract James I to hunt in the Isle of Purbeck.
Clouds HillClouds Hill Bovington
T.E. Lawrence, rented this little brick and tile cottage on the slopes of Clouds Hill in 1923 as a retreat from nearby Bovington Camp when he rejoined the Air Force
Bere Regis ChurchBere Regis Church
The Church is a veritable treasure trove for Architectural Historians as it contains portions of all the main medieval styles of architecture between the 11th & 16th centuries.
Falmer PalmersThe countryside’s very own theme park. Ideal for the under 8’s.