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Small-Group Tour Visiting The Life and Times of Thomas Hardy from Dorset
"Leaving from Dorset you visit Portland (Isle of Slingers).The Isle of Portland joined to the mainland by the narrow strand of Chesil Beach is the setting for The Well-Beloved written by Hardy and published in 1897.Pass through Weymouth or Budmouth Regis as Hardy called it. Hardy worked as an architect here between 1869-1870 and the town features in Under the Greenwood Tree.You then move on to Dorchester or Casterbridge as Hardy refered to it. You visit the Thomas Hardy Statue his house Max Gate designed by Hardy in 1885 and a walk around the market town of Dorchester.On to the evocative cob and thatch cottage - birthplace of Thomas Hardy. Here you will spend time using the visitor centre near Hardy's Cottage in the heart of Hardy Countr""
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Private one-day luxury guided tour of Poldark TV-series locations from Cornwall
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show.The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark .We'll then head for Chu Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
From GBP255.00
 
One-day Private Guided Tour of Poldark TV-Series Locations from Devon
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show. The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark. You'll then head for C Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
From GBP255.00

More Things to Do in Yeovil

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The Town's Clock Tower

The town's clock tower it was built in 1864 by the clockmaker James W. Benson of London and is located on the junction of the High Street. The tower which houses the clock it was designed by a local...
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Yeovil Railway Museum

The Yeovil railway Museum is only open on selected days and mostly is on Sundays with steam trains are in operation for a third of a mile using part of the Old Great Western railway track. As I'm was...
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The Octagon Theatre

The Octagon theatre is one of only two theatre's Yeovil got. Except from plays that it gets shown there is also an exhibition centre which is located on the first floor of the theatre. I didn't attend...
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Nine Springs of Somerset

Nine Springs is the largest park in South Somerset with over twenty acres. I* have taken a morning walk there on my last day and I have found the place very peaceful and great for kids and adults....
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Saint John the Baptist Church

The church of Saint John the Baptist is located in the heart of Yeovil. Is believed an earlier church it was built here in 950 but then it was rebuilt again by the Normans as the first recording of a...
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The Old Grammar School of Saint John the Baptist

Opposite the church of Saint John the Baptist is the old grammar school with the same name. which now is law firm. The school it existed in the 14th century and when in 1573 when the Crown...
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Pew runners to die for: St John the Baptist.

Having a gander at the church is one of those touristy things one does, isn't it. There's usually something of interest. The church itself is nice but not drop-dead gorgeous. It's largely C14, with a...
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The Swan Theatre

The Swan Theatre Company, Park Street, Yeovil, owns one of the best equipped little theatres in the West of England. It offers the public an intimate, newly refurbished tiered auditorium with...
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The Octagon Theatre

With a programme featuring such top names as the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Chas & Dave, Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen and Peter Greenwell it is easy to see why the Octagon is dubbed Somerset's premier...
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Museum of South Somerset

Visit the splendid displays of the newly refurbished Museum of South Somerset and discover what rural life and times from the Roman occupation to the agricultural and industrial revolutions were...
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Barwick Park Follies

Barwick Park boasts four follies. Bought by South Somerset District Council for a nominal £5 when the estate was sold in the early 1990's, these extraordinary follies are something of a mystery....
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Montacute House

A glorious stately home that dates back to the 16th century. Visitors can, not only tour the house, but also take time to enjoy the formal gardens with its historic rose borders and orangery. While...
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High Street, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset BA22
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Main Street, Ash, Near Martock, Yeovil, TA12 6PB, United Kingdom
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A303 Podimore, Yeovil, SO BA22
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64 Preston Rd, Yeovil, BA20 2DL, GB
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Northover, Ilchester, Yeovil, BA22 8LD, United Kin
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