The Fleet Air Arm Museum comprises four large halls. Each hall has ground floor and upper levels telling the stories of naval aviation from the first manned kites towed behind 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.
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The American Museum in Britain is a beautiful collection of antiques covering American history from the late 17th to the mid 19th centuries. The exhibits are housed at the grade Read more [...]
The birthplace of Robert Blake (1598-1657), General-at-Sea, the Admiral Blake Museum houses a fascinating collection of local history and archaeology. There is plenty to see, from life in the earliest Read more [...]
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 [...]
Minehead lifeboat station was established in 1901 and now has two inshore lifeboats. Station and shop open daily.
The International Helicopter Museum features a collection of more than 80 military and civilian helicopters housed on a former RAF base in Weston super Mare in Somerset. Established in 1958 Read more [...]
Tyntesfield House, 19th-century Victorian Gothic Revival country house with gardens, arboretum and rolling parkland.
Bath Golf Club is considered to be one of England’s finest inland golf courses. Located just one mile east of Bath city centre, members and visitors alike can enjoy stunning Read more [...]
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 [...]
Brean Down headland just to the south of Weston-super-Mare is a spectacular 97m high outcrop extending 2km into the Bristol Channel and one of the most dramatic landmarks on Somerset’s coastline 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 [...]
Cadbury castle stands on the summit of Cadbury Hill, a limestone hill with flat lowland to the north. The summit is 153 metres (500 ft) above sea-level. The hill is Read more [...]