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Attractions

Top Jurassic Coast Attractions

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  1. Abbotsbury Swannery
    Abbotsbury Swannery is the only place in the world where you are able to walk through the heart of a colony of nesting Mute Swans, spread over a site of some 25 acres.
    1. Abbotsbury Gardens
      Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens is no ordinary garden, with its own micro-climate in a sheltered woodland valley on the Jurassic Coast. The special plant collection has been built up over the last quarter of a century and with an interesting and full history makes for a ‘must see’ visit to Dorset.
      1. splashdown poole
        Join in the flumin’ good fun at one of the south’s best loved family visitor attractions. Dare you enter the lair of the resident dragon; can you slide past without waking him up?
      2. Lulworth Fossil Forest
        As the Jurassic Period drew to a close, sea levels were falling. Shallow tropical seas gave way to coastal plains and for a brief period - around 145 million years ago - a forest grew in the area now known as Purbeck. The evidence for the existence of this long lost landscape is exposed to the east of Lulworth Cove on a rocky ledge known as the Lulworth Fossil Forest.
      3. A guided walk at the Spyway Dinosaur Footprints, near Worth Matravers in Purbeck, Dorset
        Hidden away in Purbeck, within a stone's throw of the Jurassic Coast, is the Spyway Dinosaur Footprints. Nestled alongside a working quarry, and easily accessible from the Priest's Way walking path, these incredible footprints were made by Jurassic giants, 145 million years ago.
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