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Things to do in Lulworth

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Discover the best attractions and activities that Lulworth has to offer

Lulworth is a fantastic tourist destination in the UK, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year.

Lulworth is an attractive area of the Dorset coast, known for its iconic natural landmarks and breath-taking scenery.

Lulworth Attractions

The top things to do in Lulworth include exploring the caves inside of Stair Hole, a small cove with intriguing folded limestone, and paying a visit to the striking Lulworth Castle. This 17th-century fortress, now transformed into a museum, boasts impressive views from the top of the tower of the charming Purbeck countryside and Jurassic Coast. The Lulworth Cove is the ideal destination for a peaceful break to admire the naturally beautiful Dorset coastline.

Keen explorers can look forward to visiting Kimmeridge Bay, whilst more history is awaiting to be uncovered at the Holy Trinity Church.

Things to do near Lulworth

For things to do near Lulworth, be sure to explore more of the Dorset coastline. This includes admiring the iconic Durdle Door, a famous rock arch and the most photographed landmark in Dorset. Also, nearby Lulworth is the opportunity to meet the apes at Money World, a superb rescue centre, set in 65 acres of Dorset countryside.

Alternatively, uncover more history at the nearby abandoned Tyneham Village and Worbarrow Bay. This mysterious spot is a must-do thing to do near Lulworth!

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  • Durdle Door, Dorset

    Durdle Door

    One of Dorset’s most iconic landmarks, Durdle Door is the first natural World Heritage Site and a must-visit for those wanting to see the spectacular beauty the Jurassic Coast offers.

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  • Holy Trinity Church

    Open daily for prayer and reflection, this welcoming church lies just under two miles from the stunning and iconic Durdle Door coastal feature.

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  • Kimmeridge Bay Feature

    Kimmeridge Bay

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    Resting just east of the magical Lulworth Cove, Kimmeridge Bay is a hotspot for those budding marine biologists – boasting excellent rock-pooling and snorkelling for keen explorers.

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  • Lulworth Castle and Park

    The Lulworth Estate
    East Lulworth
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    Set within 20 miles of Dorset countryside is the picturesque Lulworth Estate, complete with the 17th century mock castle that has now been rebuilt as a museum.

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  • Lulworth Cove Feature

    Lulworth Cove

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    With awe-inspiring scenery and clear blue seas, Lulworth Cove, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is well-known for its fascinating geological features and panoramic views of the Devon coastline.

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  • Stair Hole

    A small cove made up of naturally beautiful caves, rock arch formations and limestone strata’s lying just West of Lulworth Cove.

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