Dorchester
West Dorset District
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Things To Do in Dorchester

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Featured Neighborhood
M32***23Poundbury Town is a great town. On the whole, the environment is beautiful and the birds and flowers are scented. Many residents take a walk here, which is full of life. It is more suitable for staying longer to feel the peaceful atmosphere here~
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Rock Monument
百合1203The London Stone Bank in England is a legacy of the world. For centuries, no one knows the true purpose of Stonehenge, and no one knows who built Stonehenge. Ancient legends and people’s various speculations have increased Stonehenge. The mysterious atmosphere, deep understanding, seeing is believing, the gods are not beautiful, the sun is shining, and it rains suddenly
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Museum
煊煊煊煊The Dorset County Museum is the world’s largest Hardy Collection Museum, which houses Hardy’s letters and precious altered handwriting. In addition, there are also collections of dinosaur fossils from the Jurassic period and archaeological excavations from Maidenburg.
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易茜韵楹There are guides in some rooms, but when we entered this national trust property, we got a very detailed guide. Sit down in a few different rooms and read everything about Thomas Hardy and the house. There is no tea room. The attic room is open and has quite steep stairs.
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Museum
Science & Technology Museum
易茜韵楹The museum has many interesting dinosaurs to see and read, with dinosaur models, fossils and interactive screens. When you walk into the Natural History Museum, you will see a blue whale in the hall, but it may not be very attractive to adults, but it is not bad for children.
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易茜韵楹After going to Hardy’s hut, you can drop by to St. Michael’s Church. After entering the churchyard, you find Thomas Hardy’s tomb is very close to his home. While walking along the path, I saw the graves of Cecil Day-Lewis and his wife. There is a flower seller inside, you can put a bunch of flowers in front of the grave, if you are a fan of Thomas Hardy's book.