The impressive red-brick Custom House dates from 1813 – look out for the Union Jack and gilded coat of arms.
One of Poole's oldest pubs, the building dates from around 1150.
Old Harbour Office
The cream Old Harbour Office dates from the 1820s.
How rare is this: the dish you're eating could well have been caught by the chef? At chilled-out Storm, fisher Pete also rattles the...
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Waterfront Museum information
The building alone is worth seeing – a beautifully restored 15th-century warehouse. The star exhibit is a 2300-year-old Iron Age logboat dredged up from Poole Harbour. At 10m long and 14 tonnes, it's the largest to be found in southern Britain and probably carried 18 people.
It was hand-chiselled from a single tree; millennia later you can still see the blade marks in the wood.