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Things To Do
Just as the landscape of the County is full of variety, the list of things you can do here in your leisure time is seemingly endless and so diverse. If art is your thing then we have galleries in even the smallest towns while if it is adventure you are after we have natural thrills and hi-tech attractions. There are country pursuits and country houses; city museums and city spas.
Roman Baths Shop
The Roman Baths has two shops where you can buy interesting and exclusive gifts.
Visit Britain’s biggest gorge, take in the dramatic cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the stunning stalactite caverns below.
Wincanton Racecourse is situated in the heart of the Somerset countryside and offers an excellent programme of quality jump racing. Winner of “Best Small Racecourse in the South West", Wincanton is renowned for its friendly atmosphere attracting big
Planning on visiting the amazing Thermae Bath Spa?...If so, click here to get the latest information direct from the official Cotswolds tourism site!
Built in 1610 following on Act introduced by King James I, which stated that all counties had to have their own ‘House of Correction’; Shepton Mallet was the oldest working prison in the United Kingdom...
Situated in the historical town of Taunton, Somerset’s county capital, the County Ground cricket club makes for the perfect day out.
Climb the spiral staircase to walk in the footsteps of Wells Cathedral masons with new behind-the-scenes tours of Wells Cathedral’s High Parts; one of the most memorable things to do in Wells!
Somerset Wildlife Trust and the Sea Watch Foundation are organising 2 hour sea watches for porpoises, dolphins and other marine life once a month at different sites along the Somerset and North Somerset coast. There are also two training events during the year. You do not have to be trained to attend a survey as expert volunteers will be on hand. You will need to book onto the surveys using the link below.
We are a friendly group of enthusiasts who meet every Tuesday at 7:30pm at the Sydenham Community Centre during the season which runs from September until May. During our season, we aim to host a varied and interesting programme, including monthly competitions, as well as lectures from our own members, and invited speakers, practical evenings and internal competitions.
This walk takes you from the shingle beach at Dunster up to the magnificent medieval village with its yarn market and topped off with a castle.
Situated within the Bristol Hippodrome Piano Bar.
Enjoy delicious, locally sourced (where possible) food and drink in our delightful conservatory.
Overlooking the Blackdown Hills, The Column Room Restaurant at Hestercombe.