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Things To Do
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.
Local volunteers have rescued this factory from dereliction and brought it back to life with its 100 yard long 'walk' and its 1927 oil engine driving original twine-making machinery. Discover our stores about people in our unique archive and in our welcoming new visitor centre - which also serves coffee and cake.
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.
A woodland garden and organic showpiece of international renown, Greencombe extends along a sheltered hillside below the tree-covered slopes of Exmoor and offers outstanding views over ancient fields onto Porlock Bay and the sea beyond
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.
Brean Down is a wonderful location for a day out in Somerset.
Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
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.
We will welcome you to this relaxed and luxurious rural retreat with its magnificent views
Revamped, restored and totally remarkable, the new Wookey Hole experience
The Florentine is a stylish bistro café situated in the Winter Gardens Pavilion.
Sheppy’s House of Cider is nestled between Taunton and Wellington
A stylish licensed coffee house, with specialty Brazier coffees