• Winter Sunrise Through Durdle Door

    Winter Sunrise Through Durdle Door

    one the UK’s most majestic natural landmarks at any time of year,  Durdle Door’s magnificence is heightened for a few weeks either side of the Winter Solstice.
    Thanks to the way the Earth moves on its axis, the opportunity to photograph the sunrise through Durdle Door only exists for a few minutes each day from mid-December to early January.
    The phenomenon is similar to that of the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge, when the sun sets in alignment with the stones.

  • Museum of Jurassic Marine Life | Kimmeridge

    fossil museum Kimmeridge

    The Etches Collection – Museum of Jurassic Marine Life at Kimmeridge opened 2 years ago in October 2016.
    The museum houses the remarkable collection of one man’s passion, bringing to life the stories from deep time through a unique and amazing collection of marine fossils many of which are unique to science.
    Steve Etches’ collection of over 2,500 specimens includes crocodiles, sharks, flying reptiles, corals, shells, insects, crustaceans, ichthyosaurs, belemnites and dinosaurs. Whilst exploring these amazing exhibits, CGI projections on the ceiling will give visitors the impression of being underwater some 150 million years ago. Definitely worth a visit!!
    Historic painting of Ichthyosaurus by Heinrich Harder

  • Create at the Cove Lulworth

    craftmaking for all ages with Create at the Cove Lulworth

    Create at the Cove Lulworth in Lulworth is a fantastic way to spend creative time with the family with lots of artistic activities for everyone to get involved in. Great fun on your holidays and a there’s an onsite cafe serving drinks and delicious cakes too!

  • Long Hot Summer Holidays at The Pink House Lulworth

    Man O War Bay beside Durdle Door

    Man O War Bay beside Durdle Door

    dog friendly holiday home at The Pink House Lulworth

    dogs welcome to swim at the beach and stay The Pink House Lulworth

    Pebble Sculptures at Worbarrow Bay on The Jurassic Coast of Dorset

    Pebble Sculptures at Worbarrow Bay on The Jurassic Coast of Dorset

    Worbarrow Bay on The Jurassic Coast of Dorset

    Worbarrow Bay on The Jurassic Coast of Dorset

  • The Great Globe at Durlston Country Park, Dorset

    The Great Globe at Durlston Park ©ThePinkHouseLulworth

    Constructed of Portland stone the Great Globe is one of the largest stone spheres in the world, It weights about 40 tonnes, is 3 metres wide and stands within Durlston Country Park, a 280 acre country park and nature reserve, stretching along the coastline south of Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. The Park is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site