Swanage is a traditional seaside town on Dorset’s beautiful Jurassic Coast.
There are a variety of things to do when we get there. We are therefore charging only £23 per member for the trip to cover the coach and driver's gratuity. It's up to you what you do when you get there.
You could choose to take a trip on the Swanage Railway to Corfe Station to see the attractions there, or visit the 900-year-old Corfe Castle (National Trust) or the model village. Or stay on the train to Norden, and visit the Purbeck Mining Museum there. Get ticket information here.
Or you can explore the town at your leisure. Take a stroll along the beachfront, with the sweep of Swanage Bay and views to Old Harry Rocks, Bournemouth and the Needles. You can visit Swanage Pier or walk on to Peveril Point. Or head into the town centre to browse the unique shops. There are plenty of choices for coffee stops and lunch.
About a mile on from the southern edge of the town is Durlston Country Park. You could visit Durlston Castle or walk a little further to the Tilly Whin Caves (now closed to the public).
There's even more about Swanage and surrounding attractions here.
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Cost of the visit is £23 per member.
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