Wills Neck is the summit of the Quantock Hills and is one of the highest points in Somerset. Located about 8 miles north west of the county town of Taunton Read more [...]
Somerset has a wide selection of things to do, with the open spaces of Exmoor National Park and the Somerset levels, a beautiful and varied coastline, caves at Wookey Hole and many historical places of interest and beautiful gardens.
Finding the right Somerset day out for your family is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Somerset activity.
The Building of Bath Collection is a museum dedicated to explaining the building of the Georgian city of Bath during the 18th century. The collection is housed in the Countess Read more [...]
West Pennard Court Barn is a 15th-century barn with an unusual roof and upper floor made of compacted earth.
Steart Marshes is the first of WWT’s Working Wetlands and is open all year round. The reserve shows how wetlands are productive and useful as well as being a natural Read more [...]
Bath Abbey, or to give it its formal name, The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, is an Anglican church of gothic architecture in central Bath, Somerset. The Read more [...]
Dunster Castle is an 11th Century castle on a wooded hill overlooking the town of Dunster. The castle has fine interiors and subtropical terraced gardens.
Muchelney Abbey was founded in the 7th Century by King Ine of Wessex. Muchelney has clearly laid out foundations of the medieval Benedictine abbey (and its Anglo-Saxon predecessor) and a Read more [...]
Pulteney Bridge is an iconic landmark in central Bath which crosses the River Avon. Designed in a Palladian style by Robert Adams for William Pulteney and opened in 1774, it Read more [...]
Cheddar Gorge is on the southern area of the Mendip Hills. A spectacular limestone ravine with rocks to a height of 100m (328 ft) and a winding road passes through Read more [...]
The Royal Crescent is a street of 30 Georgian terraced houses which are laid out in a grand sweeping crescent. Situated in central Bath and built between 1767 and 1774, Read more [...]
Burnham-on-Sea lifeboat station been around since the first lifeboat around 1836.
The Museum of Bath at Work tells the story of the commercial development of Bath over the last 2,000 years and is located at Camden Works on Julian Road in Read more [...]