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Everyone loves a list so we thought we’d make one all about the amazing things you can do in the Dorset area as part of your festiholiday trip to Camp Bestival!

As Camp Bestival takes place on the first weekend of the summer holidays, it’s perfect to set you up for a longer holiday in and around stunning Dorset.

Let us know your favourite places and tips below!

1. Jurassic Coast: OMG! An actual World Heritage Site with 95 miles of stunning coastline to drop your jaw at.

2. Lulworth Cove: The ultimate quaint english seaside cove, almost perfectly circular. Picnics, ice creams and pubs galore.

3. Durdle Door: One of the best natural archways in rock you’re ever likely to see. Fact.

4. Dinosaur Museum: Britain's only museum solely devoted to dinosaurs and their fascinating world. ROOOAARR!

5. Swanage Railway Steam Train: Who doesn’t like a steam train? Ride from Swanage to Corfe Castle using the power of really hot water.

6. Corfe Castle: Dorset’s iconic medieval castle, tea rooms, battle reenactments, a model village, landscaped gardens and more.

7. Tank Museum: Tanks! Loads of them! Big ones, little ones and everything in between.

8. Crab House Café: Seafood glorious seafood in this rustic seaside hut. With epic views over the charming Chesil Beach.

9. Chesil Beach: Taking you back to Geography lessons, this is a prime example of a ‘long shore drift’. Impress your kids with your awesome knowledge.

10. Weymouth: Beach huts, Georgian houses, harbour fortress, revolving viewing tower (Jurassic Skyline), a causeway to a lighthouse and so much more.






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Everyone loves a list so we thought we’d make one all about the amazing things you can do in the Dorset area as part of your festiholiday trip to Camp Bestival!

As Camp Bestival takes place on the first weekend of the summer holidays, it’s perfect to set you up for a longer holiday in and around stunning Dorset.

Let us know your favourite places and tips below!

1. Jurassic Coast: OMG! An actual World Heritage Site with 95 miles of stunning coastline to drop your jaw at.

2. Lulworth Cove: The ultimate quaint english seaside cove, almost perfectly circular. Picnics, ice creams and pubs galore.

3. Durdle Door: One of the best natural archways in rock you’re ever likely to see. Fact.

4. Dinosaur Museum: Britain's only museum solely devoted to dinosaurs and their fascinating world. ROOOAARR!

5. Swanage Railway Steam Train: Who doesn’t like a steam train? Ride from Swanage to Corfe Castle using the power of really hot water.

6. Corfe Castle: Dorset’s iconic medieval castle, tea rooms, battle reenactments, a model village, landscaped gardens and more.

7. Tank Museum: Tanks! Loads of them! Big ones, little ones and everything in between.

8. Crab House Café: Seafood glorious seafood in this rustic seaside hut. With epic views over the charming Chesil Beach.

9. Chesil Beach: Taking you back to Geography lessons, this is a prime example of a ‘long shore drift’. Impress your kids with your awesome knowledge.

10. Weymouth: Beach huts, Georgian houses, harbour fortress, revolving viewing tower (Jurassic Skyline), a causeway to a lighthouse and so much more.




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15 Responses

  1. Marie O'Sullivan says:

    Susie Cox
    More ideas for you 😀

  2. Adam Tatton-Reid says:

    Two words…. Monkey. World.

  3. Anne Tyson-Brown says:

    Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum is the number one attraction in Dorchester, a first class museum in a beautiful historic building with an amazing history. Lots for families to see, do and learn.

  4. Lolly Jane says:

    We visited Tyneham Village. An abandoned village which was taken over in WW2 and has been preserved over time. Really interesting stories! However, a pretty hairy ride in a rented Motorhome with very narrow roads and hairpin bends! Worst 30 minutes journey of my life!!! 😱😱😱😳😳😳

  5. Rachel Barton says:

    Sam Thompson

  6. Sarah McCall says:

    Teddy Bear Museum, Dorchester

  7. Joanna Lake says:

    Durdle Door is brilliant!!

  8. Kodie Mitchell says:

    Amy Moore

  9. Paula Stuart-Jones says:

    Daniel Stuart-Jones

  10. El Whittaker says:

    Steve Whittaker

  11. Vicky Knight says:

    Poole fireworks cruise was amazing last year, only 15 minutes away. And I agree, Monkey World well worth a visit!

  12. Beth Pearson says:

    Monkey world. Far more exciting than the likes of dinosaur museum which is only really an hour job.

    The glorious beaches have to be it too

  13. Carole Smith says:

    Lulworth Castle has a museum and great views off the tower, plus a tea room when it’s not camp bestialise

  14. Katharine Quinton says:

    Heather Lewis, ideas for the Summer, xx

  15. Maxine Paddock says:

    Sand world sea life center pavilion theatre tower north fort Portland rspb all Weymouth.

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