Maps and Directions
Although located in the very heart of Dorset between Bournemouth and Weymouth, Lulworth castle is easily accessible - no matter where your journey begins. If you need somewhere to stay during your visit, why not visit the Durdle Door Holiday Park, or click here for our list of local accommodation providers.
With motorway standard roads to the Midands, as well as major improvements to the A35, Dorset has never been more accessible.
From Bournemouth - Take the A35 towards Dorchester, turning left onto the A351 towards Wareham. From the by-pass turn onto the A352 signposted to Wool. Now follow the brown signs for Lulworth Castle.
From Dorchester - From the by-pass take the A352 signposted for Wool and Wareham. At Wool follow the brown signs for Lulworth Castle.
Taxi service from Wool & Wareham Railway Stations
The Dorset Dart service picks up throughout Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch giving a direct service to local visitor attractions including Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and Lulworth Castle & Park. Booking is required. Click on the link for more details. www.discoverdorset.co.uk
Lulworth benefits from an excellent rail network linking London, Waterloo - with access to Eurostar - with Wool a 130 minute journey and only 10 minutes from Lulworth. There are also fast daily services with regular connections with Scotland, the North and the Midlands.
Southwest Trains to Wool or Wareham
European and International visitors can benefit from the newly developed Bournemouth and Southampton International Airports.
The continental ferry ports are easily accessible from Poole and Weymouth as well as nearby Southampton and Portsmouth.