Costs £6.50 gift aid or £5.50 without per head, car parking included and it's a small one at that! So don't be surprised if it's full when you arrive, it was on our visit. Small hut at entrance for buying tickets, drinks, guide books etc. I decided to buy the small guide book, cost £3. Anyway what an interesting little spot with such a wealth if history concerning T E Lawrence. At the beginning of this year we did the whole Lawrence of Arabia thing in Jordan so whilst in Dorest just had to finish it off with a couple of visits here. It was surreal to be standing in the same garage as he kept his beloved motorcycle looking at the gallery then to enter the cottage, an eye opening place to say the least and virtually exactly how he left it when he died. The 'ships cabin' room is something else and was for his visitors. There are some great photographs in his bed room from the Arab revolt too. I thought it was well worth the money and a great location.
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