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#1 of 2 things to do in Keynsham
I went to watch my nephew and brother in law as they had received this for Christmas- a very informative and enjoyable morning, the instructor Tristan was brilliant with the various abilities and made it interesti...
We did aerial archery and it was really great fun! Lots of different games within the session and really varied.

The Roman Baths

Bath 6.4 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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Smoke & Mirrors

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#1 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Wonderful little venue for a great night of stone baked pizza, good pints and a fantastic show by Mark Bennett! Really cosy venue in the best tradition of tiny pub entertainment.
Pre-booked our seats online and got there early to ensure good seats - and were right at the front sitting practically on the stage!!! Great magic, great comedy, had us transfixed for two hours and all four of us...
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The Lady Lena

Bathampton 7.4 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...
Beautiful boat, excellent hospitality, warm and friendly hosts - a perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon: everything was just right.

Tobacco Factory Theatres

Bristol, UK 5.3 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...

Brunel's SS Great Britain

Bristol, UK 5.3 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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Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol, UK 6.3 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
The views from the bridge of the Avon Gorge and Bristol were fantastic and there is a short, but steep, walk up to the Observatory which affords superb views of the bridge and the gorge.
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Aerospace Bristol

Patchway, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Patchway
... of this exhibition The whole museum was beautifully presented and fascinating the early history of the Bristol Aircraft Company Great staff who I gather are volunteers Saving Concorde to last it didn’t disappoint
A very good day out at Concorde museum in Bristol Excellent venue and facilities definitely recommend A must see for aeroplane enthusiasts Nearby shops and restaurants for a great day out.

Royal Victoria Park

Bath 5.8 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 is a lovely little duck pond with ducks, birds and other wildlife - we saw a heron which the kids were made up with!
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Oakham Treasures

Bristol, UK 10.1 mi away
#6 of 193 things to do in Bristol
It is one of the largest privately owned museums of retail and farming history in the UK and takes you on a lovely nostalgic trip down memory lane with background music from the era to add to the experience.
Full of everyday items from our past, so many any and varied displays of everything from toys, tools, fashion, china, motor and farm vehicles, all set out in wonderful shop/counter displays.
#2 of 129 things to do in Bath
It’s was awesome great tricks recommend Ben wood ward highly recommend great fun 5 stars Amazing!!
Guided to a small room above the pub, small audience, wine in hand and found Ben the magician totally entertaining!!! Magical tricks were sheer brilliance and had us in a state of both laughter and astonishment.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Wraxall 10.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Wraxall
It has everything: Zoo animals, farm animals, the best soft play indoor area I've ever seen, fabulous outdoor play areas, Tractor rides, loads of picnic areas, great facilities, and most importantly Giraffes!! Bri...
The keeper talks are all good, we loved the Meerkat's (as our Son got to throw some food in) and the Big Cats talk the best The keepers are very knowledgeable, and their dedication and love for the animals is clea...

Arnos Vale Cemetery

Bristol, UK 3.5 mi away
#11 of 193 things to do in Bristol
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...
you can get married here, buried here, go for coffee, see films (on specific dates) there is always something going on - plus the cemetery itself is gothic and spectacular it was the first one in Bristol and is an...

We The Curious

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#23 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Fun Fun Fun - learn with fun Excellent for all ages Lots of engaging, interacting science - related activities Great atmosphere
... but we were pleasantly surprised at just how much there really was to do! Another big plus was the picnic area; a nice touch which allows you to save a little money, while still enjoying a great family day out.
#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.

Alexandra Park

Bath 7.7 mi away
#3 of 129 things to do in Bath
Definitely worth the walk up to Alexandra Park for the views across Bath!! Great little play area at the top where even big kids can reward themselves with a go on the swings ️
Especially brilliant is to head up here at sunset, have yourself a little picnic and a drink and sit on the grass as the sun goes down.

The Matthew of Bristol

Bristol, UK 5.0 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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Farleigh Hungerford Castle

Norton St Philip 11.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Norton St Philip
The crypt contains lead coffins with sculpted faces (and it smells a bit funny, which adds to the atmosphere down there) and the chapel and various other parts of the site are wheelchair-accessible, along with the...
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.

Bath Abbey

Bath 6.4 mi away
#6 of 129 things to do in Bath
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.
First time in bath and the abbey is well worth a visit the abbey it self is fantastic but you must do the tower walk (climb) it fantastic £8 per adult 121 steps to the first view point then some information about...
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Bristol Cathedral

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#12 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Free entry and a beautiful interior...and exterior I love to hear the organ and me and my partner visit hear on a regular basis being local..always greeted by friendly and helpful staff..just look how beautiful th...
It’s set in the old graveyard do there are a few headstones but the volunteers do a great job caring for the garden and making sure there is colour all year round.
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#16 of 129 things to do in Bath
An (unexpectedly) absorbing tour of this fascinating building from its origins as a theatre, through its ownership by the Catholic church and its transformation into a Masonic temple and museum.
Phil , our tour guide made this tour all the more interesting and fun.He was very knowledgeable about the intriguing history of this lovely old building Highly recommended .

The Circus

Bath 6.1 mi away
#18 of 129 things to do in Bath
Beautiful day out , nice views lovely calm place to be in Defo worth a visit with kids or alone..... but may need to get up early and make a day of it see everything !
The Circus had s great architecture so great place to take some pictures with amazing views.
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Bristol, UK 5.0 mi away
#20 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... for a stroll along the Harbourside, the view is lovely on a sunny day and there is a great little boardwalk - coffee shops and bars alongside the boats make for a lovely walk and catch up watching the crowds.
There are lots to see from the Mshed, SS Great Britain, the Underfall yard, the Aquarium sand we the curious to name but a few, as well as the various house boats a historic ships dotted around the harbour.

Wild Place Project

Easter Compton, UK 10.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Easter Compton
All staff very friendly, helpful guide map, excellent play areas for little ones (and older ones), lots of picnic areas, all nicely laid out and lots of information about the animals on plaques at each enclosure.
I think this is a lovely place with lots of things to do, you can see animals (the lemur walk is great), There are lots of little areas for children with fun facts, park areas and an aerial adventure with a climbi...

M Shed

Bristol, UK 4.9 mi away
#24 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Very enjoyable - lots of local history including pre war post war, football, art, music etc As other have said some great exhibits - yes there is a Banksy - and its free entry !
Went on a fantastic behind the scenes tour at M Shed led by Sue who was very knowledgable and showed us some hidden gems in the stores - thoroughly recommend these tours that run regularly.

Ashton Court Estate

Bristol, UK 6.8 mi away
#25 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Features a Deer park, woodland walks, mountain bike trails, a bridleway, pitch and putt Golf, a cafe, a shop selling home produced Venison, a miniature Railway and much more.
How wonderful to see this stunning building in the snow... Families, couples, dog walkers, runners were all up early on this sunny day making the most of this this beautiful park.
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Bristol Old Vic

Bristol, UK 4.9 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.
It’s a lovely juxtaposition of the original to the modern incarnation of this wonderful theatre, the oldest continuously working theatre in Great Britain.

Royal Crescent

Bath 5.9 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 .
Bath in general is excellent for photographers, is you go to the bottom of the lawns of the crescent you can get some amazing shots, as well as have a leisure and perhaps a picnic!
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Wraxall 10.0 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Wraxall
Great day out for all ages,on this National Trust Estate.The Victorian Country House was fabulous ,and a wonderful story of the Gibbs family.The grounds are just amazing too .Refreshments are available at the Pavi...
The gardens extend through woodlands, a rose garden and terraces down to a kitchen garden, with everything kept in immaculate order thanks to the army of volunteers that look after this jewel box of an estate.

Bristol Zoo Gardens

Bristol, UK 6.4 mi away
#35 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Having superb views of the two Asiatic lions 2. Watching the morning lemur talk and feed 3. Having an excellent view of an eye-eye feeding in Twilight World The only thing that spoilt our otherwise perfect day was...
Brilliant zoo lots to see lots of picnic area and nice cafe took my 2 year old great grand daughter she loves animals she loved this zoo .