Poole Harbour is a haven for migrating birds in the winter and we’ve teamed up with Dorset Wildlife Trust and the RSPB to offer the chance to see one of Britain’s best wildlife spectacles from the water.
Back on dry land, you can explore the best of Dorset on foot. We've chosen some of our favourite walks - from inspiring coastlines to ancient hill forts.
The National Trust has partnered with Dorset Wildlife Trust and the RSPB to bring you exclusive winter bird boat tours of Poole harbour and the island.
Breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast and unique rock formations await you on this circular pub walk.
A fascinating walk discovering the history, flora and fauna of the ancient Iron Age hill fort of Badbury Rings and The Oaks wood.
This flat, circular walk in south Purbeck takes you out across rich grasslands with great sea views and some unusual sculptures.
A walk along the roof of Purbeck taking in Corfe Castle and Old Harry with the option to return by steam train on the Swanage Railway
The legacy of medieval farming and one of the best loved pubs in Dorset add interest to this gentle walk to the coast with fine sea views
A walk round the network of droves and along 1835 Beech Avenue and back along the outskirts of the Kingston Lacy parkland.
On this walk in the woods, discover some of the birds and animals that make Studland their home.
Perched high above a meander on the River Stour, this hill fort has wide ranging views over rural Dorset and is home to spectacular wildflowers and butterflies.
Enjoy a Dorset winter walk - perhaps through Kingston Lacy's elegant parkland or along the South Purbeck clifftops.
There are miles of natural beautiful coastline and beaches in Dorset to visit which we can look after thanks to your support. Here are a few of our top beaches along the Dorset coast.
If you have a dog, it's no-doubt very much a part of your family life. So here are some of the fantastic locations that you and your friend can explore in Dorset.