Bridport is a friendly and vibrant town set amongst the spectacular rolling West Dorset hills creating an idyllic setting for your dream holiday.
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Dating from the 9th or 10th century, the town had become the country's most important ropemaking centre by the 1400s. A visit to the Bridport Museum brings to life the town's colourful past, whilst a tour of Palmers Brewery enables you to sample the town's popular traditional ales.
Bridport's regular market harks back over 1000 years. Today markets are held every Wednesday and Saturday with a Farmer's Market on the 2nd Saturday of the month. Browse Bridport's local craft and gift shops and high street stores.
One mile south of the town is West Bay (once called Bridport Harbour). Instantly recognisable from the 1990s Harbour Lights series, this pretty harbour village is the gateway to the magnificent Jurassic Coast.
Pick up a copy of our guide to Bridport and West Bay from our Tourist Information Centres to discover more great things to do in Bridport. Check the Car Parking in Bridport pages or download a Map of Bridport for more information.