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A must for us every time we are around these parts

A free historic tourist sight is very rare nowadays. If you are driving around Dorchester drop by... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Greater London, United Kingdom
via mobile
Worth driving past

If your in Cerne Abbas its worth a stop and look, theres a small pull in to stop and look at the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Coventry, United Kingdom
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Cerne Abbas, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A free historic tourist sight is very rare nowadays. If you are driving around Dorchester drop by for a quick view. The village is quaint and lovely.

Thank Carapipi
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

If your in Cerne Abbas its worth a stop and look, theres a small pull in to stop and look at the hill, weather was miserable when we went, but you can see the Giant, personally i think it needs a chalk touch up hes...More

Thank Karyn65
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Despite a wet miserable day it was still worth the visit, however the outline was unfortunately not very bright, making it more difficult to see!

Thank Ange1007
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very disappointed with the state of the area the whole hillside wants tidying up and the white markings renewing.

Thank 930barriew
Reviewed 1 week ago

Much of the Giant is now barely visible and is in desperate need of a makeover!From the viewing point you have to use your imagination as much of chalking has worn away. Therefore if you need to see the giant you are better off looking...More

Thank brown4725
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We popped to the Cerne Abbas Giant on the way back to our holiday cottage in nearby Sydling St Nicholas from Weymouth. Some will say the giant is just a big chalk man on the side of a hill, which in uncertain terms he is....More

Thank mancalledsteve
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went for day out . Large car park viewing area with over spill for picnics. Shame that the giant wasn't visible due to no chalk outlining. It was a lovely day, good 10 min stop or day out for picnic.

Thank Maria R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Cerne Giant is carved into a steep hillside named Giant Hill or Trendle Hill on the edge of the village of Cerne Abbas, Dorset. It is the largest chalk human figure in Britain. Height 180 ft (55 m) & 167 ft (51 m) wide....More

1  Thank Gregory O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Is it prehistoric? Or a joke on Oliver Cromwell? This man with a huge erection? Allegedly couples used to have sex on the meadow thinking the Giant will help their fertility.

Thank Eva H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I v'e long wanted to visit this and it would have been a really good visit if the grass was kept short so you can see the giant clearly, there is a viewing point from across the hill and you can see the giant ok,...More

Thank outanaboutFylde
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