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Opening Hours - Monday to Saturday, 10.30 am until 4.00 pmMuseum & DVD admission charge - £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per childWillow Sculpture Trail - bring the children to enjoy finding all the sculptures in our woodland trail - £2.50 per child to include a prize at the end! No need to book.
Stuck for something to do on a rainy day?Ditch the brolly, we're completely undercover!With four large halls filled with the best bits of British naval aviation history, including full sized aircraft, there's plenty of places to explore.
Radstock Museum announces that it will re-open on Sunday 16th August (2pm) and then on Wed and Sun afternoons 2.0 until 5.0.The Museum has been treated using Virus Shield wherever possible and is regularly re-treated in high contact areas. We regret that we are not yet able to reopen the Shop or the Buffet facilities.Please help us to maintain it virus-free by sticking to the following guidelines:Please SOCIALLY DISTANCE – 2 metres from other groupsOnly ONE FAMILY GROUP IN FOYER at any time, you will be called through to admissions when it is readyPlease HAND SANITISE on entry and, unless exempt, WEAR A FACECOVERING.CARD PAYMENTS ONLY – please use contactless if possiblePlease give your CONTACT DETAILS when requested, as required by the government for track and tracePlease follow the MARKED ROUTE (clockwise)Please try to AVOID TOUCHING exhibits/cabinets etcOnly LIMITED TOILET FACILITIES will be available
If automotive names like Clyno, Fairthorpe, Lloyd or Buckler means nothing to you it is not surprising. These along with more than 50 other car marques are no longer around as companies, and in some cases few or no examples remain of their output. Haynes looks into the world of the lost marques, their stories and what they tell us about the survivors.
Exhibition open at Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury,19 September – 21 November 2020Visiting hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm (pre-book only)
Held on the third Saturday of each month in this traditional market town, the market has recently moved to a new home outside the Henhayes Centre. The centre is open during the market for you to pop in and have a cup of tea and there are also toilets onsite. The centre is a community run project and always looking for volunteers.
A very popular and well supported market awarded a Gold in the 2018 Taste of the West Farmers Market awards.It has a huge variety of traders ranging from traditional farmers to artisan food producers. The market runs on the second Saturday of each month.
Now in its seventeenth year, this outdoor canopy market is situated in the very pretty Hollies Gardens next to the High Street and in front of Sainsbury’s. It takes place on the first Saturday of each month.