Things To Do In Somerset
Echoes of the past haunt this Tudor manor house, lovingly restored in the 1920s and completed in 1560, Barrington Court has led a chequered history.
Clarks Village - Outlet Shopping
Over 90 stores offering up to 60% off highstreet prices, nestled in the heart of Somerset just one mile from Glastonbury.
Dunster is a picturesque village located on the fringes of Exmoor. Characterised by thatched cottages, a unique octagonal yarn market and the romantic Castle.
Exmoor National Park
Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland.
The mystical town of Glastonbury is home to Glastonbury Tor with some of the best views over Somerset as well as the infamous Glastonbury music festival!
Haynes International Motor Museum
The Haynes International Motor Museum is the UK's largest exhibition of the greatest cars from around the world.
Lose yourself in forty acres of walks, streams, temples, vivid colours, formal terraces, woodlands, lakes, cascades and views to take your breath away.
Sheppy's Cider Museum
Since 1917 three generations of the Sheppy family have weathered the ups and downs of cidermaking by embracing change and opportunity.
Somerset County Cricket
Taunton is home to Somerset County Cricket Club and Somerset cricket museum, containing extensive collections.
Taunton is Somerset’s principle town. An historic market town set on the banks of the River Tone between the Quantock, Blackdown and Brendon Hills.
Taunton Racecourse is England's youngest National Hunt racecourse and one of the most beautifully located racecourses in the country.
The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre
The Brewhouse provide an oasis in the centre of Somerset’s county town for artists and creatives to meet.
The Museum of Somerset
The Museum of Somerset lies within Taunton Castle and tells the county’s story from prehistoric times to the present day.
The Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre
The Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre provides arts activities for the whole community, offering performances and classes.
The Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre
The Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre is the home of P. H. Coate & Son, founded by willow grower and merchant Robert Coate in 1819, and still run by the Coate family today
Ugbrooke is set in a tranquil Devon valley landscaped by "Capability" Brown.
West Somerset Steam Railway
The West Somerset steam railway, a true country branch line of the old Great Western Railway is full of fascination and nostalgia.