This small-group tour gives you the opportunity to visit Thomas Hardy's birthplace, the evocative cob and thatch cottage, and visitor center. Experience Max Gate of Dorchester, a house he built for himself and his first wife, Emma Lavinia Gifford, also where he died in 1928. Far from the Madding Crowd, Tess of the d'Urbervilles - If you've heard of these titles, you'll know this truly a literary tour. If you are a Hardy fan, then this is one tour you don't want to miss. The tour can last up to 5-6 hours depending on time of the year, traffic, and how much you want to get to know the man behind the true literary greats.
• 6 hours
We discover Dorset's UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast, on this HUGE 1-day tour. We visit Durslton Park to West Bay (Broadchurch) and everything in between! We start to Durlston Park nature reserve with its 40 ton limestone Globe then Corfe village, with its castle built by William the Conqueror, admire the natural arch of Durdle Door, horseshoe-shaped Lulworth Cove, and explore Portland Isle and the seaside town of Weymouth. We then head down the Jurassic Coast Highway to East Cliff, the cliff made famous by the hit TV series Broadchurch! You'll discover 185 million years of geological history as you stroll the sculpted coastline.
• 9 hours
Yomp (is British military slang for walk) and Chomp (means to eat with gusto) your way through Weymouth and a vibrant cultural history! If you are you hungry for food and culture, then come with us on our Food and Heritage tour of the most delicious venues in town. You will have a multi sensory experience, so you can see, taste, hear, smell and touch the fabric of the past. On a Yomp and Chomp tour we taste a variety of local traditional foods and drinks, so you may want to skip your Breakfast! Walk through the Georgian town tasting foods and drinks in local pubs and other venues and hear the stories of how Weymouth evolved and tales of fame and fortune. As we walk through the town, you will hear stories of Pirates and Smugglers, Kings and Queens, The English Civil War, and the culture of the local people. You will hear about the first English seaside resort and how the town became a royal favourite.
• 3 hours
Join us and visit 10+ sights on the magnificant Jurassic Coast! From Old Harry Rocks (Durlston Park) to West Bay including the famous town where Broadchurch was filmed! Sights include Durlston Park, Corfe Castle, Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Lulworth Castle, Weymouth, Portland, Abbotsbury, St Catherine Hill, West Bay and Broadchurch. By travelling in small groups, we provide a personal and authentic tour experience, taking you to places that people don't normally see and where many tours can’t venture. We guarantee you will see more sights on the Jurassic Coast with us than any other tour company. Join us on this mammoth breathtaking Jurassic tour!
• 9 hours
Visit two star attractions in one day on this private 8-hour tour from Weymouth or Portland. Admire the UNESCO-listed stone circle of Stonehenge and visit the Stonehenge Visitor Center, then explore historic Salisbury and marvel at Salisbury Cathedral, home of the legendary Magna Carta. Hotel or cruise port pickup and drop-off is included; entrance fees are not included.
• 8 hours
Join this small-group full-day adventure tour from the Jurassic Coast to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, Corfe Village and Castle! A short walk will find you marveling at the 147-million-year-old Durdle Door coastline. Gaze at arguably the most stunning view across the Jurassic Coast from Portland. Marvel at the wonders of Portland's three castles and the fascinating history it has to offer. Wander through the lovely village of Corfe and its Castle. Then you're off to West Bay where the filming of Broadchurch was filmed. Perfect for a personal tour as you will have time to stroll at your leisure. Cruising back through the Dorset countryside, passing through Corfe Village and a brief stop at Corfe Castle.
• 8 hours
Discover Dorset's UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast, on this 1-day private tour. Visit Durslton Park with nature reserve with its 40 ton limestone Globe then Corfe village, with its castle built by William the Conqueror, admire the natural arch of Durdle Door, horseshoe-shaped Lulworth Cove, and explore Portland Isle and the seaside town of Weymouth. You'll discover 185 million years of geological history as you stroll the sculpted coastline.
• 8 hours