Ansty is within easy reach of a diverse collection of Dorset’s attractions. Two of the most interesting places to explore are the marvelous Cerne Abbas Giant and the fantastic Tutankhamun: The Exhibition. And if your schedule allows, be sure to visit Maumbury Rings and Sherborne Castle.
Holiday makers in Ansty, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should make tracks to the nearby museums and theaters. In particular, you should make sure you check out Waterfront Museum in Poole and the Deep Sea Adventure in Weymouth.
Get active with the kids at the Sea Life Park in Weymouth. Explore the Abbotsbury Children's Farm in Weymouth, and learn about some of the most interesting creatures in the world.
Get active out-of-doors while you are in the area. Relax and enjoy the fresh air. Walk along the scenic coastline nearby such as Weymouth Beach in Weymouth and the Lulworth Cove Beach in Wareham. Hit the trail and enjoy the natural preserves for which this area is well known, such as Brownsea Island in Poole.
While you are here, don’t miss some of the local sights such as Durdle Door in Wareham, Corfe Castle and Maiden Castle in Dorchester. These spots are much-loved by travellers from all the corners of the globe. For a relaxing change of pace, spend a little time at the area’s holy places, such as the St. Catherine's Chapel in Weymouth. Dorset is filled with reminders of the past; start your historic tour at Cadbury Castle in Yeovil and Nothe Fort in Weymouth.
Watch much-loved sporting heroes, the A.F.C. Bournemouth, do battle at the iconic Fitness First Stadium, Bournemouth. On match days follow the sea of red and black, to the stadium, then after the final siren sounds, join local soccer lovers in the nearby pubs for a few post-game beers.
To make sure you get the most out of Ansty, consider booking a room at one of the area’s many accommodation options. Take your pick from the Holiday Inn Express Poole, the Manor Hotel, Yeovil, or the A Maiden Rest, Weymouth.