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Durdle Door: - Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth. The arch stands about 200 feet above sea level. Although privately owned by the Lulworth Estate, it is open to the public. It is a lovely beach but note it is stony not sand and it is a long climb down quite…
Try to visit it before 11am or after 4pm for sunset picnics and fewer people. The walk from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door is up a steep cliff. However to miss the cliff walk you can use your Durdle Door Car Park ticket at Lulworth Cove Car Park.
A must to visit. Although very steep to climb and steps down to the beach very hectic and narrow in peak holiday season, but such a special place to visit.
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“The Tank Museum brings history to life, with the world’s best collection of tanks and explosive live displays. Come face-to-face with over 300 huge military machines and hear about amazing experiences as you explore our nine powerful and awe-inspiring exhibitions covering over a century of history. Don’t miss for 2020 – the brand new Second World War exhibition, opening Spring. ‘WW2: War Stories’ tells the story of the British tank crewman through veteran interviews, artefacts, and – of course – tanks! With trails and quizzes, interactive games and exhibits, indoor and outdoor play areas, and free talks and tours (including getting inside a real tank!), you can spend the whole day at The Tank Museum without getting bored. In the spring and summer holidays you can see Tanks in Action and ride round the arena in an M548 tracked vehicle, as well as craft activities during term-time weekends. There are special events going on throughout the year at The Tank Museum including TANKFEST, model shows and Tiger Days, as well as a Christmas food fair and VE Day 75th anniversary celebration. PLUS take advantage of Dorset kids go free days and other event offers. The Tank Museum is fully wheelchair accessible throughout, with free wheelchairs for hire available. As well as being close to Wool station, there is a large free carpark including coach, motorbike and disabled parking. There is an onsite restaurant and café serving a variety of hot meals, snacks, and drinks from Dorset and South West suppliers.”
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“Go early to avoid the crowds, and enjoy a wonderful cliff walk to Durdle Door”
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“The Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre is a 65-acre (26.3 ha) ape and monkey sanctuary and rescue centre near Wool, Dorset.”
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“In winter there is an open log fire and in the summer the stream in front of the pub is so beautiful. Good food too.”
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