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#1 of 14 things to do in Radstock
A massive thanks to the volunteers who are so passionate about their local history.
It is a great place to learn about local history with miners cottage, shop, schoolroom and mine shaft exhibits.
#3 of 14 things to do in Radstock
Been up here a few times with the grandkids great fun and they love it.
Great fun

Royal Victoria Park

Bath 7.2 mi away
#5 of 129 things to do in Bath
Lovely park with different features at each corner of it's expanse: a petit pond and small botanical garden at one corner, a children's playground (with swings, jungle gym apparatus, monkey bars, zip line, skate p...
Outside the entrance of the Canada Gate, there is down the path a little way the Military War Memorial – also worth a visit, since you pass it to get into the city centre.
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The Roman Baths

Bath 7.1 mi away
#1 of 129 things to do in Bath
Great place to visit, good value for money Brilliant museum, free tour guide and also free headsets, fantastic insight into Roman life
It is a fabulous site and well worth a visit - you could easily spend a couple of hours listening to the audio guide and viewing the many parts of the baths - they are truly a wonderful sight to see and it was gre...
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Bradford-on-Avon Wharf

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 8.8 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Bradford-on-Avon
Bradford on Avon has so much to offer, from its old buildings, great coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and independent shops to the Canal and Tithe Barn! its a great day trip or stay in one of the hotels in town and...
Alternatively, there is the Barge Inn on the boatyard side if you fancy a more substantial meal.The wildlife is varied producing numerous birds and plenty of ducks/swans and some very interesting, brightly coloure...
#11 of 129 things to do in Bath
... palladian bridge towards the city of Bath, pleasant walks through the woodland, and masses of wild garlic flowers when we visited, a wide variety of birds including 2 just hatched cygnets and another on the way!
Excellent knowledge from the lovely gentleman who greeted us on arrival who was so helpful in explaining everything about the park and helped to set us up as National Trust members.

Farleigh Hungerford Castle

Norton St Philip 6.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Norton St Philip
Farleigh Hungerford Castle was built initially from 1377 and 1383 by Sir Thomas Hungerford, and later extended by his son who also built the fine chapel which became the parish church, notable for its wall paintin...
We had a lovely time here, plenty to see and our 5 year old lovef around the ruins and we all enjoyed a picnic in the grounds.

Alexandra Park

Bath 2.8 mi away
#3 of 129 things to do in Bath
A fantastic setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.Amazing views over the city.It was empty when we visited which added to the pleasure of being there.Although very high up its definitely worth...
The park is high up and you get amazing views of Bath city, we went in the day but it's probably very beautiful in the night with all the city lights.

Sydney Gardens

Bath 7.5 mi away
#22 of 129 things to do in Bath
Sidney Gardens 5 mins level walk from the famous bridge over the Avon is FREE and a good place to have a picnic amongst trees lawns and super Georgian architecture.
Lovely planting, lovely bridges and architecture, an unexpected discovery on our way walking into the city centre.
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Tithe Barn

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 8.7 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Bradford-on-Avon
Theres a lovely walk from the town centre, via the saxon Church then along the river to The Tithe Barn and finishing up at the canal, the Tithe Barn is really amazing and the shops and workshops around it are wort...
The barn is awesome I it’s plainness, craft shop yielded some hidden gems and the coffee shop quaint warm cozy worth going to.

Nunney Castle

Nunney 6.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Nunney
Fine photo opportunity both in and outside in castle but take a walk across the little wooden bridge to church street, visit the All Saints Church, where an better over view of the castle can be observed from a hi...
What a great ruin, very informative visitors board explaining the origins and original owner of the castle, who’s epitaph can be found in the local church, and all for free!
#17 of 129 things to do in Bath
It has something to offer, whatever the season & is well worth the walk from the city centre.
Once I hopped off in Milsom Street, I headed for 'The Circus', spent time there before heading for the Royal Crescent and then into the Royal Victoria Park.

Bath Street

Bath 7.1 mi away
#13 of 129 things to do in Bath
The baths, cathedral, etc. are in the city centre so you can easily combine shopping with seeing the sights.
Lovely street with the cathedral and Baths and places for coffe and lunch etc. Very busy with tourists!
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Bath City Farm

Bath 6.1 mi away
#31 of 129 things to do in Bath
A great place to visit for all ages and abilities, with a café and farm shop, plenty of seating and toilets, flowers, plants and sensory beds.
Free to enter it has pigs, chickens, ducks, Guinea fowl, Pigmy goats, sheep and Shetland ponies.

Parade Gardens

Bath 7.2 mi away
#25 of 129 things to do in Bath
... on offer - and the setting is absolutely perfect There is a band stand which has events too Well worth a visit, take your own picnic if you wish a lovely tranquil spot, well maintained gardens and a good suntrap
Parade Gardens is very picturesque and it's perfect to sit in the gardens for a break after mooching around in the city centre.
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Henrietta Park

Bath 7.4 mi away
#28 of 129 things to do in Bath
Really good place to escape the hustle and bustle... Great to see a tree map provided of all the specimen trees and the remembrance garden was very peaceful.
wonderful park for a picnic.
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Pulteney Bridge

Bath 7.3 mi away
#7 of 129 things to do in Bath
It was a lovely sunny day and we enjoyed a boat trip up to the old gunpowder mills with commentry, it was very informative and easy to listen to, enjoyed looking at the houses and gardens and we were lucky enough...
Lovely structure crossing the river Avon in Bath City Centre.... nice long walks and plenty of restaurants and cafes and ice cream parlours.... enjoy the stroll!
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East Somerset Railway

Shepton Mallet 7.1 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Shepton Mallet
We have enjoyed visits to a large number of heritage railways across the U.K. and of course you expect the volunteers to be friendly, but those we met today were amazing, going the extra mile to chat and share the...
... as a gift and, as you can ride the earlier trains as part of the ticket, we spent the day riding them - including alighting at the mid stop; Merryfield Lane to photograph the train on its return journey.
#1 of 5 things to do in Mells
The beautiful village of Mells is blessed with a beautiful church, St.Andrews, the Tithe Barn open for functions and the delightful Walled Garden, which also has a well organised cafe.
Lovely place to visit great walled garden to walk round you can also buy plants pots etc .And you can buy various snacks also lovely cake and coffee or tea

Bath Soft Cheese

Kelston 7.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Kelston
... something to eat very soon !! I did however walk away with a bag of cheese, two lots of bath blue which is absolutely delicious There is a play area for children and you can watch the cows being milked daily.
The venue offers so much, set in lovely countryside it serves fantastic fresh locally produced (in the main) food in a rustic setting.
#21 of 129 things to do in Bath
This museum is unique in the UK, it covers the whole history of America, from the Native Americans, slavery, the participation of the Americans in the first World War exhibition and the period rooms.
A great museum offering insights into American life and culture, especially the quilts, furniture and furnishings as well as the story of slavery.
#34 of 129 things to do in Bath
St John's is a wonderful church, in a great setting, with a fabulous priest and a lively, friendly and racially and ethnically diverse congregation.
We found the church quite beautiful and likely as we are Catholic, enjoyed it immensely more than Bath Abbey.
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Writhlington Leisure

Midsomer Norton 0.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Midsomer Norton
Fantastic place to train very helpful and friendly staff.
Am a member of the gym here The place is well run with very helpful and friendly staff.

Somerset Lavender

Faulkland 2.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Faulkland
There is a beautiful little shop to buy gifts and handmade farm products and a beautiful cafe that also holds quirky lavender infused products like shortbread and lavender lemonade.
Situated in the small Village of Faulkland just outside of Bath lies a small farm that has been growing lavender in a number of fields and has made a small attraction out of it.

The Circus

Bath 7.3 mi away
#18 of 129 things to do in Bath
Like the Royal Crescent up Brock St., the Circus by the Wood father and son design team was stunning when I first saw it in 1971, was stunning 200 years before that and is still stunning.
Just along from the arguably more famous Royal Crescent, it is undoubtedly worth a visit and a wander around the three constituent sections that form the circle just a ten minute or so stroll from the town centre.
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Queens Square

Bath 7.2 mi away
#33 of 129 things to do in Bath
Lovely mature tress and places to sit and have your picnic.
The Francis Hotel lies along its southern boundary and is also worthy of popping into for a drink.
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Great Pulteney Street

Bath 7.4 mi away
#20 of 129 things to do in Bath
Walk down from the city centre across Pulteney bridge (one of only 4 bridges in the world with shops on) towards the Holburne Museum.
The road leads down to the beautiful Holborne Museum and one of the homes Jane Austen lived in for a time.

The Frome Independent

Frome 6.5 mi away
#5 of 17 things to do in Frome
Definitely would recommend the park and ride from the medical centre which is just five minutes from the market, all signposted - parking is free and it's just donations for the bus, which were constantly to-ing a...
There's every kind of street food you can think of (plenty of gluten-free, dairy-free & veggie options, too), which makes lunch easy.

Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust

Midsomer Norton 2.1 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Midsomer Norton

Farrington’s Farm- Cowtastic Farm Park

Farrington Gurney 3.8 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Farrington Gurney
Everything was great - the play barn itself, food , staff, cakes and party bags which were all included in the price.
However, we were very happily surprised when we were informed that the trailer ride could go ahead despite the weather.