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 [...]
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.
Portishead Point Lighthouse is also known as Battery Point Lighthouse after Battery Point where it stands. The lighthouse was built in 1930’s and is a black metal pyramid on a concrete Read more [...]
Greenbank heated 30x12m main Pool, semicircular children’s Pool and Splash Area with slide, fountains and water jets. Spacious lawn areas for a great family day out. Hot and cold drinks, Read more [...]
Langport outdoor Swimming Pool is situated within the Huish Episcopi Leisure Centre the 25m, 5 lane outdoor heated swimming pool is open from April to September.
Shepton Mallet Lido provides the ideal place to swim, relax and enjoy the sun. The pool is 25m by 12m with a depth 0.9m – 2m.
Wiveliscombe Open Air Pool heated pool, 27m by 10m, depth is 1.4m to 2.1m. Known locally as the Wivey pool it built in 1927.
The Portishead Open Air Pool opened in April 1962 and is a 33m heated, typically 28 C, open-air pool and toddler pool. The pool has a tuck shop and cafe. Read more [...]
Wookey Hole cave system has 25 chambers and was formed through erosion of the limestone hills by the River Axe. Before emerging at Wookey Hole the water enters underground streams Read more [...]
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 [...]
Wells Cathedral is a cathedral for the Church of England, situated in Wells in Somerset. The present cathedral building dates between 1175 and 1490 and is modest in size. The Read more [...]
The Royal Victoria Park is a municipal park in central Bath which stretches over 57 acres. Overlooked by the Royal Crescent, the Park was opened in 1830 and named after 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 [...]