Jurassic Coast

95 miles of Devon and Dorset coast with great walks, beaches, cliffs, hills and villages

Places to visit

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A view looking at Golden Cap from St Gabriel's Mouth looking East, Dorset

Important safety notice about the risk of cliff falls

Important safety notice. Following the cliff and rock falls along the coast, we urge you to stay well back from the edges when using the coast path along the cliff top, and away from the undercliff when on the beaches. Please take heed of safety signs on site – these cliffs are unstable and liable to rock falls at any time.

Three places to visit on the Jurassic Coast

Upcoming events

Studland Bay

Daily beach hut rental

Sun 15 Sep 2019
Book your own personal hut as a base to enjoy the sandy shores of Studland.
Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle sculpture exhibition

Sun 15 Sep 2019
This autumn the grounds of Corfe Castle will be the setting for a new sculpture exhibition showcasing the work of local artists.
Corfe Castle

Medieval games

Sun 15 Sep 2019
Have fun with friends and family playing a variety of medieval games you will find as you discover and explore the castle ruins.
Corfe Castle

Watercolour workshops

Sun 15 Sep 2019
Come along and join Purbeck artist and author Jenny Hawke and learn the style and techniques of watercolour painting.
Studland Bay

Learn to coastal row

Mon 16 Sep 2019
Try something new with a 4-part course, from a professional rowing coach, at Knoll Beach.
Studland Bay

David Bailey Photography exhibition

Mon 16 Sep 2019
A free exhibition of local wildlife by renowned photography David Bailey
Family group at Trerice

Heritage Open Days 2019 

From 13-22 September 2019, the Heritage Open Days festival returns with a packed programme of activities. This annual festival celebrates our diverse history, architecture and culture, so you can visit many of the places we care for entirely for free.

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Autumn brings spectacular light and colour to Kingston Lacy in Dorset

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In the South West you're never far from a National Trust garden, house or countryside walk.

Apples, orchards and forts


Journey from wild coasts, moorland and curious historic houses to lush gardens and beaches in Devon.


Home to everything from an island, ancient coasts and hidden gems to a castle and Italian palace.