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Use the links below to find out more about the Jurassic Coast. Get all the information you need about what you can expect to discover and things to do on a visit to the area. Also learn how you can become more involved in helping to conserve the Site for future generations…

 


 

Triassic rock strata near Ladram Bay

The Jurassic Coast is a Walk Through Time With its rocks and fossils we can uncover detailed stories from Earth’s Read More…

The Weymouth Bay Pliosaur fossil at Dorset County Museum

From magical myths to evidence of evolution, fossils have fascinated human beings for thousands of years. Today scientists use fossils Read More…

The beach at West Bay

Sweeping beaches, dramatic cliffs, blustery headlands, sheltered coves… The Jurassic Coast has many things to offer lovers of a landscape Read More…

The power of the sea is continually eroding the coastline. This is West Bay.

What will be the future of the Jurassic Coast? That depends on us. The coast is where land, sea and Read More…

Cliffs of sandstone at Burton Bradstock, Dorset. The Jurassic Coast is an UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Jurassic Coast is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and a jewel in the crown of the world’s natural places. Read More…

Ladram Bay

Here you can download our Management Plan, Charity Documents and other useful resources relating to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Read More…

Jurassic Coast Trust Vice Chair Alex O'Dwyer and volunteer Gina Harper at the 2015 Fossil Festival

The Jurassic Coast Trust is the independent charity responsible for managing the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Our vision is Read More…

Clifftop South West Coast Path

Lead Business Partners are those companies who contribute £3,000 or more annually to the Jurassic Coast Trust. They are passionate Read More…