Thomas Hardy was a trained architect and designed this attractive house, where he lived from 1885 until his death in 1928. Tess of the...
Teddy Bear Museum
Populated by historical and famous bears, plus a disconcerting family of human-sized teddies.
Whisks you off to 8th-century China for a reconstruction of the famous figures.
Much of the fish at this cosmopolitan bistro comes straight off a Weymouth trawler. The French chef specialises in giving local produce...
Lonely Planet review
This picturesque cob-and-thatch house is the birthplace of Thomas Hardy. It's perhaps a little short on attractions, but makes an evocative stop for Hardy completists. It's in Higher Bockhampton, 3 miles northeast of Dorchester.