Your culture attendant: things to do in Blandford Forum

A THING TO DO TODAY

BLANDFORD FORUM
Price: £12 (adult)
Time: 30 seconds (but 30 mins to prepare)
Get a unique view of Bournemouth as you hurtle over the sea from the end of Bournemouth Pier to the shore, on the Bournemouth PierZip. Although you can book online, remaining tickets are available at the pier - and in the winter months it's cheaper too.
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BLANDFORD FORUM
DORSET
50.86073, -2.16174


Sunrise: 08:06
Sunset: 16:03
Weather: light rain, 10°C max, 10°C min


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