World Famous Sanctuary with over 600 free flying swans. Baby swans hatch mid-May to end June. Mass feeding 12pm and 4pm daily.
What makes it special
- Walk through the heart of a colony of nesting Mute Swans
- Spread over a site of some 25 acres.
- One of the best things to do in Dorset
Open every day from 16th March to 3rd November 2019
Last entry one hour before closing
Super Saver Family £46.00
Other things to do nearby
Courses and events inspired by the philosophy of River Cottage, from a night's dining through foraging and breadmaking courses.
Our exhibitions tell the story of armoured warfare from World War One to the present day.
Just five minutes away from the South West Coastal Path, literally behind the hostel, Litton Cheney is the perfect stop over on your journey to Land's End.
If you're looking for a more adventurous break, mountain biking around the Lulworth area of Dorset will get the legs and adrenaline pumping.
Once you leave the village of West Lulworth, you'll discover flatter areas, perfect for a relaxed bike ride.
This lovely area is great for water sports. The Jurassic Kayak Tours offer accompanied treks past Durdledoor and to the East and West of the cove.
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country.
Lulworth RIB Rides Come and join us for a trip along the beautiful Jurassic Coast.
160 rescued and endangered apes and monkeys including chimps and orangutans. Talks throughout the day and Great Ape play area for kids. Visit the website
8 miles An 18 mile long pebble beach, stretching north-west from Portland to West Bay, with important areas for wildlife. Visit the website
17th century working watermill and Museum of Rural Bygones. Tea room, local crafts and trout fishing in a peaceful, rural setting. Visit the Dorset Guide website
The Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth's history. In recent years, West Bay has become best known as the setting for the
Magnificent 15th Century Tudor Manor House with spectacular gardens. Don't miss the striking Pyramid shaped yew trees. Visit the House website
Discover the town's history and see artefacts from a nearby Roman hill-fort and the world famous rope and net making industries. Visit the Museum website