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A fantastic events venue providing Yeovil with another versatile performance and conference space. Making South Somerset THE destination for premier entertainment.
A wide range of walks capture the essence of what South Somerset has to offer from gentle strolls to serious hikes.
The ’80 mile Cycle Route’ is a great way to explore the gentle hills and vales to the North-East of Yeovil, the intriguing lowland Somerset moors, the hamstone villages and historic market towns.
Blown Glassware inspired by Somerset and The Levels and made in Langport
Based in the heart of town, Ilminster Arts Centre runs a year round programme of highly acclaimed art exhibitions and concerts (jazz, classical, folk and world music), plus a host of art and craft workshops and other events. Our award-winning cafe serves delicious light lunches, cakes, fairtrade tea and coffee.
Birthplace of powered flight. Home of James Gillingham, pioneer of artificial limbs. Birthplace of Margaret Bondfeld, Britain's first Women Cabinet Minister.
We produce award winning ciders here at North Down Farm, crafted from apples produced in some of Somerset’s finest orchards. We are proud to carry out every step in making cider from pruning through pressing and fermentation to bottling and delivering the final product. Come and join us to experience the true taste of Somerset.
Yeovil Railway Centre was formed in 1994 to preserve the original Southern Railway turntable installed in the late 1940’s and to provide facilities for main line steam.
Late medieval house with large Gothic hall windows, originally residence of priests serving the parish church opposite.
Muchelney Abbey, which lies two miles south of Langport, was once a landmark in the Somerset Levels and still has much to offer its visitors – history lovers in particular will enjoy this fascinating site but there is also plenty for families to do.