Anvil Point Lighthouse is situated within the grounds of Durlston Country Park and approximately 2 miles up the hill from Swanage town centre.
Donated to Swanage by John Mowlem, Beach Gardens has a putting green and tennis courts, perfect for a warm summer afternoon.
The area has many wonderful beaches.
Visit the nature reserve of Blue Pool to see the deep blue waters in the abandoned clay pit.
Learn stone carving at the Burngate Purbeck Stone Centre
Find out about the castles and manor houses that can be found within the Isle of Purbeck.
The park includes a recreation area and a large grassed area where ball sports can be played
Dorset Adventure Park is a wet and wild Woodland Waterpark set in the stunning surrounding of the Purbeck countryside
Why not visit some of the many museums that can be found around the Isle of Purbeck.
Visit the historic castle at Durlston Country park and enjoy views along the Jurassic Coast
260 acres of nature reserve on the southern edge of Swanage. Durlston Country Park is a part of the Jurassic Coast world heritage site.
A World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast is a 95 mile stretch of outstanding on the South coast of the UK
Large open playing fields and play park in the middle of town
Swanage RNLI Lifeboat Station located near Peveril Point in the southern side of Swanage bay
Visit Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coastline in Dorset
Old Harry is the name given to the chalk stack that can be found below the cliffs at Ballard.
Find out about the various parks and gardens that can be found within the Isle of Purbeck.
Landscaped gardens with an open-air amphitheatre with views over the bay
The Isle of Purbeck has a beautiful and varied countryside that will appeal to walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
The Purbeck Mineral and Mining Museum is dedicated to the history of Purbeck Ball Clay mining, the industrial heritage and the Purbeck narrow gauge railways
Childrens play area, the Bandstand and the Santa Fe childrens play park
Sandpit field is located between Shore Road and De Moulham Road
Santa Fe fun park is a family run amusement park situated on the beautiful marina of Swanage.
Step back in time and explore the Dinosaur Footprints near Langton Matravers
Once every year at the start of August Swanage comes alive as the carnival comes to town.
Located in the Square off the towns lower High Street
Swanage Pier was built in 1896 and was originally used for the thriving paddle steamer industry that worked in the area.
The award-winning Swanage Railway currently operates on the six miles of track between Swanage and Norden.
The Downs is a large open grassland area in the south east of Swanage
Tilly Whim caves is the most easterly quarry in a stretch of quarries that exist along cliffs of the southern Purbeck ridge.
30 acre nature reserve on the southern edge of Swanage