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The Roman Baths

Bath 4.5 mi away
#1 of 129 things to do in Bath
Really great to visit and see Roman remains as the were, you can stroll around at your own pace with the very good informative hand held tour guides and visit the areas as you wish.
Accompanied by your personnal audio guide which is very easy to follow, take your time to wander and absorb this amazing place, its history, its residents and the sheer beauty of one of man's ancient civilisation's.
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#1 of 2 things to do in Saltford
Excellent beginners SUP session on the river this morning,great fun and amazing surroundings.Thank you Tristan & Simon for a well organised and fun ready to ride course,can't wait to get back on a board again and...
A brilliant morning, I went with my partner and we both had an absolute blast, loved every minute and laughed all the way through.

The Lady Lena

Bathampton 5.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Bathampton
The ability to bring our own picnic and drinks is a very nice touch and makes for a very relaxed atmosphere.The time just flew by and with beautiful scenery in both directions and very friendly hosts it was a day...
Had the absolute pleasure of meeting Jenks and Helen on their beautiful Lady Lena, found both Helen and Jenks to be very personable and the 2 hr trip to be very informative, would recommend you book this trip it w...

Brunel's SS Great Britain

Bristol, UK 7.3 mi away
#2 of 193 things to do in Bristol
The SS Great Britain and the attendant museums is an excellent visit ... the ship is wonderfully curated, interactive, informative and altogether a dizzying example of a really well put together exhibition, suitab...
This is a great place to visit if you want an inception of some Bristol/ British history for a very well preserved ship that was quite incredible to see! Something I highly recommend for both children and adults t...
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Smoke & Mirrors

Bristol, UK 7.0 mi away
#1 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Brilliant intimate venue, excellent magicians and comedy show, laughing all night, Bastian was very impressive and funny with his bar side magic and Mark Bennett was hilarious and got all the audience involved, ve...
it was the highlight of our wonderful weekend great show great atmosphere lovely staff and after the show there was live music and 2-4-1 cocktails bonus highly recommend.
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Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol, UK 8.3 mi away
#3 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... bridge spans the avon gorge built and designed by Brunel you can walk or drive across (toll1 pound each way ) and reach Ashton court directly ahead also a visitor centre which tells all history well worth a visit
going across Clifton suspension bridge gives you fantastic views of across Bristol, they are breathtaking and well worth a drive over and it is part of a excellent route to either Clifton downs or Abbots Leigh .
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No. 1 Royal Crescent

Bath 4.0 mi away
#4 of 129 things to do in Bath
The Bath Preservation Trust should be commended for their excellent restoration, fantastic volunteers and staff and amazing vision to create such an important and valuable piece of history so that visitors like me...
The volunteers made our visit so special, they were very knowledgeable and shared lots of wonderful facts and stories in such an interesting way; we learned so much about Georgian life from them.
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Wills Memorial Building

Bristol, UK 7.4 mi away
#4 of 193 things to do in Bristol
A 90 minute tour for a £5 fee (where most of that sum goes to charity) was extraordinary value and, as well as superb views of all the landmarks in the city and beyond, provided an opportunity to visit the Great H...
... Building Tower and gave us access to see so much of this wonderful building; The Great Hall, the Great George bell, the old law libraries and wow the views from the top of the tower take your breath away, spec...
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Tobacco Factory Theatres

Bristol, UK 7.3 mi away
#5 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Saw this excellent production at the Tobacco Factory Theatres with a very versatile group of entertainers - both musicians and actors, and it was hilarious Would recommend this theatre to all of the other places t...
I took my 3 grandchildren ages 8,11 and 13 to see Beauty and the Beast,we all agreed it was a fantastic show,real family entertainment.The actors engaged with the audiencence to make the performance fun.The actors...

Pulteney Bridge

Bath 4.5 mi away
#7 of 129 things to do in Bath
Among the attractions in Bath Besides the Popular Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are the Royal Crescent, The Circus, Jane Austen Center, the Pulteney Bridge (a replica of the famous Bridge Ponte Vecchio of Florence It...
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...
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Bath Abbey

Bath 4.5 mi away
#6 of 129 things to do in Bath
... but bijou and definitely worth dipping in for a visit, the windows and ceilings are beautiful, perfectly located in the city centre area, close to the Roman Baths and pump room, enjoy the beauty and quiet.
Bath Abbey is a beautiful building, there are many amazing details to see in the abbey, reading the memorial stones throughout the abbey are historically fascinating.
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#2 of 129 things to do in Bath
What a great show and with such a small intimate venue composed of 24 in the audience pretty much everyone interacts with the magician, great entertainment and above the Ale House who serve some great real Ales.
It’s was awesome great tricks recommend Ben wood ward highly recommend great fun 5 stars Amazing!!

Cabot Tower

Bristol, UK 7.4 mi away
#8 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Oh yes one of my favourite landmarks of the city, well worth the climb, veiws are stunning, the surrounding grounds enchanting and well kept, seen dragonflies at the pond once, architecture and history what you ex...
... the Royal Fort (although partially obscured), St Mary Redcliffe Church, the Council House, The SS Great Britain, the Suspension Bridge, Bristol City’s Ashton Gate Stadium, Dundry church tower, QEH school, and ...
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Iford Manor: The Peto Garden

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 8.9 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Bradford-on-Avon
This Grade 1 Italian-style garden is famous for its tranquil beauty and was the home of architect and designer Harold Peto from 1899 to 1933.
My wife and I visited on a Saturday afternoon and since the manor is a little off the beaten track, we felt like we had the place to ourselves We started with tea, coffee and cakes from the tea room - absolutel...

Theatre Royal Bath

Bath 4.3 mi away
#12 of 129 things to do in Bath
The theatre is a delightful building When you are in The Main House just enjoy the surroundings....glorious The front of house staff....polite and efficient One observation....the performance clock was out by one...
Great production but the theatre with its beautiful chandelier is such a historic environment to watch any production.
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Arnos Vale Cemetery

Bristol, UK 5.4 mi away
#12 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Forget any morbid associations, Arnos Vale Cemetery is a marvelous mixture of Victorian gothic grandeur with overgrown gravestones, angels and sometimes a mysterious atmosphere, Quite extensive, you can go quite f...
However what a fascinating place, I recall seeing Arnos vale on a restoration program back in 2003 on BBC1, I believe the cemetery is over 175 years old covering 47 acres, some of the graves in the cemetery are be...

The Glass Hub

Wingfield, UK 9.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Wingfield
The tutor artisans Helga, KT and Amy shared their knowledge and expertise with me and the other participants and helped us create some wonderful pieces of glasswork from blown glass vessels to fused panels, sand c...
Just had an amazing day learning new skills and creating colourful glass objects under the guiding hands of the very friendly and skilled instructors at the Glass Hub.

Royal Victoria Park

Bath 3.9 mi away
#5 of 129 things to do in Bath
Always full of people of all ages, fabulous view of the Royal Crescent , stunning flower borders and children’s playground that surely must be the best in the country, rides for all age groups , a mini arboretum a...
There are different facilities for different activities but this park is a joy to explore on foot, the beautiful trees, flower beds, bird song, squirrels and well kept pathways and access points.
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Bristol Old Vic

Bristol, UK 6.8 mi away
#19 of 193 things to do in Bristol
We enjoyed the intimacy of this beautiful theatre, the superb stage production and completed our visit with and excellent meal and service in the entrance/bar area.
A return visit to this excellent theatre Another wonderful Kneehigh production, at the Old Vic The venue is quite small and intimate with the audience being drawn into the production.

Holburne Museum

Bath 4.7 mi away
#15 of 129 things to do in Bath
Well worth a visit if visiting Bath .The collection includes one of the best collection of 18th C portrait paintings outside London ,including a number by Zoffany.It also has exceelent visiting exhibitions includi...
Eccentrically situated in a chunky Georgian mansion with its grounds upon what is effectively the centre of a massive circulatory system at the eastern end of Great Pulteney Street, it houses a number of discrete...
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The Red Lodge Museum

Bristol, UK 7.2 mi away
#13 of 193 things to do in Bristol
This museum is in Park Row next to the Trenchard Street car park The museum is FREE but donations would be gratefully received The museum is open from 1st April to 31st December each year and Saturdays to Tuesdays...
A recently discovered well, famous portrait of Queen Elizabeth 1, an Elizabethen Knot Garden with intricately carved furniture and wall panels.
#11 of 129 things to do in Bath
Stunning views over the lush green park and splendid 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 inclu...
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.

Royal Crescent

Bath 4.0 mi away
#19 of 129 things to do in Bath
... Bath as a day trip and wasn’t disappointed a must is to visit the bath spa amazing also take a look at the amazing Royal Crescent set in a beautiful location just above Bath city centre well worth a visit .
The walk from the town centre was a little challenging for us all but well worth the effort, offering great photo opportunities, as it was a beautiful sunny day with clear blue skies.
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Bristol Ferry Boats

Bristol, UK 6.8 mi away
#10 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Great Value - Worth doing a round trip, you can see SS Great Britain from the water, the quaint coloured houses, The Matthew Ship, Shed M - Really well worth giving up an hour.
Ferry arrived on time, the Crew were warm & friendly & the boat was clean & tidy (Bristol Fashion) We had a lovely trip around the harbour getting off at Brunel's SS GREAT BRITAIN.

Farleigh Hungerford Castle

Norton St Philip 9.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Norton St Philip
... guide from the shop - free with admission - it helps bring to life the way the castle was built, run, fought over, and passed between rival camps like the Royalists & Parliamentarians of the English Civil War.
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...

The Matthew of Bristol

Bristol, UK 6.9 mi away
#16 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Lovely staff with my home town broad accent (loved that!) and plenty of room to take photos etc. Learned a bit more about John Cabot - what a way to sail under Brunel's Suspension Bridge.
The cream tea was first class made by one of the volunteers would highly recommend whether you go on a trip around the harbour or tea or fish and chip trip well worth every penny all four of us thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Tithe Barn

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 9.7 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...
Well kept, lots of little craft shops to visit, playground for children,walks along river bank, canoes, lovely scenery and gardens great day out and place to enjoy visiting frequently

Bradford-on-Avon Wharf

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 10.0 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Bradford-on-Avon
We visited to go on a canal cruise It was interesting to just sit and watch the boats go by We had lunch at the canal trust cafe which was great value enjoyed it We boarded the boat for a canal cruise for a few ho...
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...

Cabot Circus

Bristol, UK 6.7 mi away
#26 of 193 things to do in Bristol
the vibrant multicultural community of this great city makes mooching round the shops just fab! with restaurants and department stores all under one roof you can really go shopping mad !! as the afternoon became e...
Excellent place for high street and designer shopping, there are lots of shops under cover and a good choice of restaurants and cafes to grab a bite.

Radstock Museum

Radstock 7.6 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Radstock
Besides, the attraction also displays victorian life in Somerset, with carriage, class room, etc. Excellent gift shop, with excellent choice of books.
... lots of equipment from the numerous coal mines in the area, many relics from the other industries, and some really good reconstruction of an old miners cottage, an old school room, an old Co-Op store and so on.