Thomas Hardy's study plus a history of Dorset archeology, nature and the Jurassic Gallery - an exhibition of fossil finds from Englands first natural World Heritage site - the Jurassic Coast. Includes Hitler's desk from the Reichsministry!
the largest surviving hillfort in England. Dating from around 3000BC, the site is of great historical significance and is currently maintained by English Heritage
Famous for the trial of the Tolpuddle Martyrs in 1834. Open during the summer, take a tour around the courts and learn about the Martyr heritage.
a children's favourite, as well as the '''Terracotta Army''' (replica) exhibition in the same building.
A giant figure carved into the side of a hill by removing turf to expose white chalk.
The home of author and poet Thomas Hardy, who designed the house in 1885.
Three AA Rosettes restaurant. Small and intimate. £20-£30.
a recreation of the famous pharaoh's tomb and treasures.
Information about the Dorchester area and accommodation.
The cottage where Thomas Hardy was born.