Seven things to do in Dorset today

Seven things to do in Dorset today

Seven things to do in Dorset today

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1) Fossil Making

Discover how fossils are formed at the Lulworth visitor centre on Monday. Make your very own to paint, decorate and take home for display. £1 per item. A fun day out for young children and families. Weather dependent.

2) Moscow State Circus

If you missed it in Poole, take the chance to catch the amazing feats at the Lodmoor Country Park in Weymouth today.

This awe-inspiring show from the 'World's Most Famous Circus' involves a multitude of flying, back flipping, juggling & roller skating performers and doors are open from 2pm - 10pm.

Entry is from £7 per person. To get 50% off tickets call the on-site box office on 02033753970 and quote the promotional code ACROBAT.

3) Roller Coast Roller Rink

Situated in the BIC Solent Hall with great views of Dorset's coastline, Roller Coast is a fun and healthy activity, perfect for kids and adults alike.

Under 4's aren't allowed in and under 12's must be accompanied by an adult on the rink.

Standard sessions are two hours long, running from 12pm - 10pm. The price (£4.50-£5.50 per person) includes skate hire.

4) Super Summer Dinosaur Hunt

The Dinosaur museum in Dorchester is an original and award-winning attraction offering dinosaur hunts, in which kids can follow the clues to seek out answers to the prehistoric mystery.

Hands-on displays help tell the story of these animals and their enthralling world millions of years ago.

Available 10am - 5pm each day throughout August. Thedinosaurmuseum.com

5) Brownsea Island Summer Trail

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Tick off as many things as you can with special activity stations all over the island.

Available daily throughout the summer holidays.

Free event but normal admission fees and boat fares apply. National Trust members have free entry. Call the office 01202707744 for more information or check the website.

6) Rock Pool School

Learn about barnacles, anenomies, seaweed, crabs and more with the Lulworth Rangers.

Happening on sunny days, including Monday, during the school holidays.

Times are dependent on tide. £1 per child with a supervising adult (free).

Visit the Lulworth Rangers website here. Weather dependent.

7) World War One Commemoration Events

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the First World War, The Tank Museum is holding an event involving mock battles, cavalry displays, living history, talks and tours.

Tracked vehicle rides will be going on from 10am - 2.45pm.

Activities for children include medal decoration, writing war poetry and painting wooden tanks. Family admission costs £28, and the entry fee includes an annual pass that enables you to return to the Tank Museum as many times as you like - for a year.

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8:34am Mon 4 Aug 14

Hessenford says...

Fossil making, no need, they are in abundance in the town hall.
Fossil making, no need, they are in abundance in the town hall. Hessenford
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