Free Entry to The Blue Pool Nature Reserve and Tearooms for the Eco Photo Competition.
The Blue Pool Nature Reserve & Tearooms forms part of the Furzebrook Estate which traces its history back nearly 400 years.
Established in 1935 the Tearooms opened their doors to the public nearly 100 years ago! A collection of beautiful old buildings packed with art deco/art nouveau charm and set under a Canadian cedar shingle roof.
The reserve represents a fragile environment that was recognised for its uniqueness and received protection from exploitation well before global ecological damage became a public concern.
The Blue Pool Nature Reserve & Tearooms and the colour phenomenon of its waters (caused by light diffracting from minuscule particles of clay suspended in its still depths) is steeped in history and is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
A true gem in the heart of the beautiful Isle of Purbeck.
OPEN – 9.30 am
Under 5’s – Free
‘Just Turn Up – No Bookings Required’