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Bennetts Water Gardens is a visitor attraction in Dorset. Set over 8 acres, the gardens hold the National Plant Collection® of Water Lilies with a Claude Monet style Japanese Bridge, Tropical House, Woodland Walks, and Museum.
Chesil Beach is a natural wonder – a bank of 180 billion pebbles stretching for 18 miles along the Dorset Coast. Trapped behind this pebble bank is the Fleet – one of the most wildlife-rich lagoons in the country.
Sandworld is Weymouth’s first sand sculpture festival, and one of only a handful ever held in the UK. The attraction was opened in 2011 by Weymouth “Sandman” Mark Anderson, and David Hicks, an aspiring sand sculptor and good friend of Mark.
The South’s favourite all-action waterpark! Easy to find on Tower Park, the South’s premier leisure complex, Splashdown is home to 13 thrilling indoor and outdoor flume rides and 3 under 5’s splash zones.