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Glastonbury Tor

Glastonbury, UK 19.9 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Glastonbury
Yes their are many stairs up to the Tor, so you may need to take your time but it’s so worth it when at the Tor. the views are breathtaking and the feeling of peace and calmness make it worth the climb.
A wonderful walk up this hill with the family including a 6 year old, the views are wonderful and reaching the top... you feel a sense of awe! Really glad we did this!
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Charmouth, UK 9.8 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Charmouth
We had a few fabulous hours on the beach and will definitely go back - the kids can’t wait!! Our finds included Ammonites, Belemnites, shark tooth, ichthyosaur back bone and jaw bone with teeth, fossil sponge and...
From a very rare sea-urchin and ichthyosaur backbone to dozens of ammonites and belemnites - so many so that Isabella (the seven year old fossil hunter) managed to create some pretty amazing fossil based illustrat...

West Bay Canoes

West Bay, UK 11.3 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in West Bay
Great fun, harder than you think it is, Max was an excellent and very patient guide.
The dappled sun through the trees made for a cool adventure, whilst some of our older 'Children' found somewhat wetter ways to cool down.

The Donkey Sanctuary

Sidmouth, UK 20.0 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Sidmouth
Great place to visit: well signposted from main road, beautifully laid out with plenty of space to walk around to see cute donkeys of various ages and breeds, informative guides and professional staff in shops/cafe.
Our very first visit and we’ll definitely return Very well managed and run site Lots of friendly helpful staff Plenty of parking Great restaurant overlooking some of the fields of donkeys Good gift shop with a str...

The Byes Riverside Park

Sidmouth, UK 22.0 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Sidmouth
... is then through the path in the corner and then you can continue down through woods and fields with lots of trees and wild life , very popular with dog walkers and you can deviate of to fields and meadows .
Lovely walk by the river, through the meadow, then the orchard, friendly people walking their friendly dogs, in a clean, quiet location only a short walk from the Sidmouth promenade.

Vicar's Close

Wells, UK 24.8 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Wells
As soon as you walk through the arch at the bottom of the street it is like you have time travelled back into medieval times as you marvel at the wonderful design and how they are kept so immaculate.
Quaint old cottages on a cobbled street accessed by a stone arch or a tiny gateway, it doesn’t take long to look around but it’s worth a visit, I thought it was lovely and it’s right by the cathedral so you can do...

Sherborne Abbey

Sherborne, UK 14.4 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Sherborne
What a wonderful place So peaceful so beautiful The abbey was absolutely immaculate.There is obviously a lot of care and attention that goes into making it such a lovely place.Quite humbling especially the regimen...
Went to Sherborne for lunch and decided to pop into the Abbey an amazing piece of history which apparently takes £2 a minute to run the Abbey is vast and so many different things to look at it is well worth a visit.

Wells Cathedral

Wells, UK 24.7 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Wells
Less ostentatious than other cathedrals but well worth a visit just because of its simplicity and, for me, the clock which includes two sets of soldiers spinning in opposite directions where, every 15 minutes the...
So beautiful to get completely lost in utter beauty at a time when Christmas can feel so fast paced and dare I say the dreaded c word "commercial"!! Totally mesmeric and enchanting.. thank you Wells Cathedral Choi...
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#1 of 1 things to do in Hewish
Excellent value compared to other local attractions and although we visit every year,Puxton Park has expanded and improved its attractions every year.
Been coming here for a while and always a lovely place to visit, cheap to enter and lots to do and see to keep you and the little ones busy all day, does have a cafe or you can bring your own picnic, plenty of pla...

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol, UK 41.2 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
... is the Clifton Suspension Bridge built by the ace Victorian Engineer Izambard Kingdom Brunel it is a marvel and looks magnificent from all angles and to walk across and look down into the gorge below is epic...
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#2 of 24 things to do in Glastonbury
Beautiful place so quiet and peaceful you get a feeling of times long ago beautiful garden full of lovely plants the volunteers really know there stuff and are very friendly I absolutely love it well worth a visit...
A tiny piece of history tucked away in Glastonbury, staffed by friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who are always ready for a chat.
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Golden Cap Estate

Charmouth, UK 10.1 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Charmouth
Well marked paths al best a little strenuous as this is the highest point on the South coast of England it is always well worth the trek and a treat of drink at the Anchor in Seatown on the other side
You can take a fairly flat walk around Langdon Hill or you can choose to take the short cut to the top of Golden Cap or follow the path to Seatown for a pit stop at the Anchor Inn!

Peak Hill Llamas

Sidmouth, UK 21.1 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Sidmouth
... walking companions Ollie and Eric , then of and out across the fields for a gentle stroll , it was great fun when Eric decided he wanted to stop and eat from the hedges or fields , you only went on when HE was...
We were however, lucky enough to have a brilliant afternoon of sunshine and went for a beautiful trek with Ollie and Harry - I admit the trek was more for my benefit than my husband's but he also had a wonderful a...

Seaton Wetlands Nature Reserve

Seaton, UK 14.9 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Seaton
Starting with free car parking and level, well-paved access throughout, it is ideally suited for a day out with children or anyone with mobility issues, with a wealth of bird life throughout the year.
Lots of common bird here, bluetits, great tits, greenfinches, goldfinches, reed bunting and luckily for us a kingfisher landed on the branch overlooking the stream and reeds.

Xtreme Falconry at Dorset Falconry Park

Dorchester, UK 22.8 mi away
#1 of 40 things to do in Dorchester
It is an absolutely lovely place to visit to see all the wonderful Birds of Prey in such beautiful surroundings and to see the amazing conservation that Martin and his team are involved in.
... of prey to see ,staff were very friendly and knowledgeable very happy to answer questions,the flying display was fantastic they flew various birds and the commentary was excellent, there is a cafe for tea & co...

Saint Nicholas Church

Moreton, UK 26.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Moreton
... from Whitehall???) attended by signatories such as Winston Churchill, Lady Asdtor, Mrs Thomas Hardy, the artists Augustus John & Eric Kennington, with the war poet Siegfried Sassoon and author E M Forster.
Amazing etched glass windows by Lawrence Whistler that really need to be looked at in detail with some even macabre scenes but a must if you visit Moreton, along with the Tea Rooms.
#1 of 2 things to do in Tyneham
Nevertheless it is a beautifull place surrounded by lovely countryside and has an air of tranquility about it even on a busy day and after looking around the village a lovely place to while away a few hours, have...
There is good parking and there are many secluded corners with seats or picnic benches around the village and in the farmyard down the lane from the car park.
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#3 of 9 things to do in Beer
You do get some great views though so worth it, just need to take some care Definitely worth taking the bus journey one way, great fun as the driver hurtles around the tight bends with about an inch either side of...
We walked out along the lower cliff walk via the holiday home park then back across the cliff top This meant that the return walk down into Branscombe you had spectacular views which would be behind you if you wal...

Ham Wall Nature Reserve

Glastonbury, UK 19.6 mi away
#3 of 24 things to do in Glastonbury
We often go to watch the starling murmurations in the winter; with the sun setting and the moon rising and mist rising from the rhynes it is unbelievably beautiful.
What a great spot to see wetland bird life and a murmuration of (we were told) 250,000+ starlings set against the mystical backdrop of Glastonbury Tor.

Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life

Tiverton, UK 29.0 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Tiverton
The main exhibits are horse drawn farm implements and a GWR steam train but there are also interesting exhibits on lace making, local historical finds etc. Well worth a visit.
We visited Tiverton because we had found ancestors from there while doing family history research.


Wareham, UK 33.5 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Wareham
... ,this was very interesting visit the old church and the school room have some interesting information ,lovely walks all around and a 20 minute walk to the most fantastic bay you will dubs see ,well worth a visit
The village is interesting and it's easy to walk around in about an hour but the real gem is the walk down to the beach from the car park.
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Lyme Bay Rib Charter

West Bay, UK 11.4 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in West Bay
... easy , all staff are extremely helpful and friendly, great value for money , Rib blast is brilliant and the coastal cruise is a must too , definitely try to go every time I’m in the area with my family, 10/10
We booked for an afternoon tour, the ride was great, all along the coasts and plenty of time to take photos, all very safe and a good adventure, good views of beaches and cliffs as well, we had a good sunny day an...

Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre

Charmouth, UK 10.1 mi away
#5 of 12 things to do in Charmouth
Took my son (7) here to look for fossils and to find out a bit more about the Jurassic coast - we had a fantastic time.The Centre was brilliant, really well laid out with jaw dropping examples of local finds and l...
Large collection of fossils including (at the moment ) the Ichthyosaur found in Lyme Regis that was featured in a BBC program , free entry and a great reasonably priced fossil shop on the lower ground level .

Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk

West Lulworth, UK 37.1 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in West Lulworth
... slog walking back up from the beach but its so worth it for sure you will need to take a few breaks on the way back i took some amazing photographs and spend some time on the pebble beach truly it is a pleasure
Having looked at all the Visit Dorset blogs, sites etc they all mentioned Durdle Door as a must see so we chose a sunny afternoon and boy is it beautiful but the walk back up is STEEP!! Wear sensible shoes and bri...

Beer Quarry Caves

Beer, UK 17.3 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Beer
We had a brilliant time learning about the caves and the past quarrymen and stone masons - Dave was a really great guide, interesting and very friendly.
Unexpected find at Beer, it was a really interesting visit, the tour guide was very informative & knowledgeable with the history of the caves.

Ebbor Gorge

Wells, UK 25.5 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Wells
This was quite challenging up the rocks through the gorge but absolutely worth it as you were actually walking through the quiet gorge itself rather than around a busy road as in Cheddar.
The Ebbor Gorge is a beautiful place and well worth a visit, though the red route does require some more strenuous walking in places.

Insight Activities Dorset

Tolpuddle, UK 25.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Tolpuddle
Ken and his team where amazing and really helpful for all the activities, I know feel more than ready for a zombie apocalypse provided I'm at insight activities with equipment and kens team to help.
We booked the medieval trio which we all really enjoyed, my 15yr old son particularly enjoyed the axe throwing!!The instructor was very welcoming, helpful and explained how to do each activity fully so we could al...

Cary Alpacas

Yeovil, UK 14.1 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Yeovil
Brilliant experience at Carys alpacas today, very impressed by the relaxed but informative talk, loved trekking the friendly alpacas special thank you for the personal touch of my sons birthday card .
Before the walk starts Kim advises you as to how they should be handled, which was very reassuring & gave us both confidence.It was such a lovely & relaxed walk in a beautiful part of Somerset & Kim answers any qu...

Greenhill Gardens

Weymouth, UK 23.9 mi away
#5 of 55 things to do in Weymouth
My parents were always in raptures at the stunning floral displays, being proud gardeners themselves - something always lost on a long-haired teen.
Kept beautiful, clean well cared for and lovely place to sit and watch the stunning view and show if available together with able to have a cuppa

The Keep Military Museum

Dorchester, UK 19.9 mi away
#4 of 40 things to do in Dorchester
Situated in The Keep over four floors,check out the superb views from the roof, this little gem of a museum details the history of the Dorset and Devon Regiments.
spread over 3 floors with a lift available great value for money- pay once come back all year` i learnt a lot about the Dorchester regiments history and its involvement in wars throughout the years