Wednesday 13th September

068 Deans Court
Bookable. 30 tickets per event.

Guided Tour
No DogsNo ChildrenNo camerasNo Wheelchair AccessNot normally open to the public
Full directions available on ticket.
Please use public car parks
The tour brings to life the 1,300 year story of
a manor house at the centre of a rural English
community, as it passed from the Saxon and
Medieval Church to a family of adventurers,
politicians and soldiers who have occupied it
for nearly 500 years. As visitors are led through
the house, the triumphs and tragedies of the
inhabitants are revealed using the long run of
portraits, while architecture, taste and social
history are explored en route. The tour of the
ancient gardens provides much to delight
the eye, from the monastic fishpond, herb
garden and mature specimen trees to the
serpentine walls around the flourishing kitchen
Admission strictly to ticket holders. There
is no entry to the grounds on the day for
anyone without a valid ticket.
068/01 Wednesday 13th 10am
068/02 Wednesday 13th 12pm
068/03 Wednesday 13th 2.30pm

069 Bournemouth Natural Science Society
Guided Tour
No DogsAccompanied Children OnlyPartial Wheelchair Access
Bournemouth Natural Science Society,
39 Christchurch Road (near Derby
Road), Bournemouth, BH1 3NS.
On bus routes.
Parking available on-site but is limited
Guided tour of a Grade II listed Victorian villa
(1880), looking at its architecture externally and internally, and a chance to view the Victorian
natural history and antiquarian collections
throughout the building.
Donations welcome (in aid of building restoration).
Wednesday 13th, 11.00am & 2.00pm

Wednesday 13th September

070 The Story of The Tivoli
Bookable. 30 tickets available.
New Event

Assistance Dogs OnlyNo camerasFull Wheelchair Access
Full directions available on ticket.
Originally built as a combination Cine/Theatre
in 1936 The Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne was
rescued from demolition and restored to its
former glory by a team of volunteers.
Come and join the theatre Manager Charlie
North-Lewis to hear the journey of this iconic
theatre in the heart of historic Wimborne
070/01 Wednesday 13th 11.30am

071 The History of Wimborne Model Town
Bookable. 26 tickets available.

Assistance Dogs OnlyFull Wheelchair Access
Full directions available on ticket.
Parking available on-site
A brief history of the world famous Model Town
in Wimborne Minster including why it was
constructed and how it was rescued and rebuilt.
There will also be an orientation of the West Row
and current King’s Street sites.
Please note: this event does not include
entry to the Model Town itself. A concession
rate of £5.50 is applicable should you wish
to visit the attraction after the event. The
Tea Room is open to all.
No smoking.
071/01 Wednesday 13th 2pm