Historical & Cultural
The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
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Places To See
The Helicopter Museum is the largest dedicated Helicopter Collection in the World with over 100 helicopters on display in an all weather undercover hangar.Exhibits include two of the Queen's Royal Flight helicopters, the current world speed record holder G-LYNX, a Vietnam Veteran Huey and a Russian Hind Gun Ship.
Bruton Museum is nestled on the High Street, housed in the Dovecote Building just behind the Community Office. Founded in1989, it tells the story of Bruton’s colourful history and is anessential destination whether you are a visitor to Bruton or live inthe town.
Discover the fascinating history of the flatner the origins of which date back to before the Viking invasion. The story is celebrated through photographs, full size displays and local fishing paraphernalia. There is a collection of scale models on the upper deck, and activities for children to enjoy.
Watchet Market House Museum houses a fine collection of local artefacts, fossils and marine paintings. The town’s rich maritime history features in many of the exhibits. With visitor numbers averaging 30,000 per season, this small Museum is a ‘not to miss’ attraction.
For a great family day out, visit us to discover one of the largest collections of working steam engines and pumps in England, at the home of Somerset’s first Steam Powered Pumping Station, established in 1830. Our friendly, knowledgeable volunteers will make your day with us a great success.
The Gauge Museum can be found at Bishops Lydeard, one end of Britain’s longest independent heritage railway. The newly re-furbished Gauge Museum combines a wide collection of original objects from the railway’s past, with a range of interactive exhibits to help visitors experience and explore some of the fascinating history of our line.
We aim to give you a stimulating and enjoyable experience, and our volunteers will provide you with a warm welcome. Find us in the Cathedral Close, in the former home of the Cathedral Chancellors.
From Pier to Punch & Judy, Shipping to Space find out more about the fascinating history of Minehead and Alcombe. See the Hobby Horse and view Minehead through the ages. There is a selection of quizzes for children. The museum faces the West Somerset Railway station, next to the sea front.
Housed in a small, 15th Century Manor House, Dovery Manor Museum provides a unique insight into the history of the Exmoor village of Porlock and the nearby communities. Explore the beautiful Grade II* listed building, the delightful garden and the fascinating collection of artefacts, photographs, press cuttings and paintings.
The UK’s only surviving Victorian twineworks with all its original machinery - and it works.A 100 metre 'Walk' on two floors with original twisting and treatment machinery driven by our 1927 Shanks oil engine.Local history, cider-making. A beautiful rural site with visitor facilities including cafe and cake! Covid: Precautions apply but our site is mostly outside.
The Apple Tree Hotel is a family owned and run Country Hotel
The South West’s finest four-star boutique hotel and spa.
Self catering cottages in Glastonbury. Perfect short break in Somerset with indoor pool.
Discover an enormous range of willow baskets made by our team of skilled craftsmen and women.
Lime Kiln Farm offers three beautiful luxury self catering holiday cottages set in stunning Somerset
The Grade I listed Assembly Rooms is the largest single banqueting venue in Bath.