The following trips & tours are offered and operated by our trusted local partners Discover Dorset
If you have any questions regarding the trips & tours you can contact them directly.
Discover Dorset 01202 557007 email@example.com
Although you are booking via the Students' Union webpage you are booking directly with the tour operator.
Enjoy your next adventure.
Panoramic tour and one and half hour walking tour, plenty of free time for shopping and further
sightseeing. Guided tour includes: City of Westmister, Big Ben, Waterloo Bridge, Parliament Buildings,
St James Park, Buckingham Palace and more.
For the day we travel to Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO
World Heritage site. On arrival your guide will take you on a 1.5 hour walking tour, where you will take
in the superb Roman remains, glorious Georgian architecture and spring water spas. The rest of the
afternoon you have to visit the Roman Baths or Fashion Museum (ticket price not included). Alternatively
the shopping in Bath is excellent with small unique shops selling quirky bespoke gifts.
Join us for a day trip to Brighton! A fascinating Seaside destination, popular with tourists, renowned
for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, large cultural, music and arts scene and its large
LGBT population, leading to its reverence as the “gay capital of the UK”. You can visit the
remarkable Royal Pavilion and the famous Brighton Pier (ticket price not included).
Panoramic tour with one and half hour walking tour, visiting the Ashmolean Museum and the Famous Randolf
Hotel, Sheldonian Theatre, Blackwells Bookshop, the Bodleian Library, Bridge of Sighs and the Radcliff
Camera, University of Oxford and Christ Church College (ticket price not included). Following the
walking tour you will have four hours to explore for yourselves.
Our famous Isle of Purbeck and Jurassic Coast Tour – Old Harry Rocks, Durlston Country Park, Corfe
Castle, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. This beautiful area – the Jurassic Coast – is
England’s first natural UNESCO World Heritage Site.