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#2 of 3 things to do in Wraxall
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.
This large Victorian Estate with its extensive cafe offer, home farm, walled garden,grounds, and the large Victorian House makes it a full days visit, if you include the estate walks, you have use of a bus service...

Smoke & Mirrors

Bristol, UK 5.7 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.
Me and the wife had a brilliant night out at the smoke and mirrors, the comedy magic show was amazing and then the live band in the bar afterwards was great we had such an enjoyable night laughing, dancing and sin...
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Lock & Code Escape Rooms

West Wick 9.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in West Wick
The second time to play the Alchemy Enigma was with my partner and a friend & her young son - We had a great time in a well themed room with plenty of clever puzzles and nice surprises.
He was very friendly and if you get really stuck, he was on hand with hints and tips (in an unexpected way!) Altogether it was such a fun, challenging experience with unexpected twists, which kept two teenagers, M...

Oakham Treasures

Bristol, UK 1.8 mi away
#6 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... huge Gromits (as in Wallace and Gromit) and the wonderful old car workshop in the first hall, but the delights and discoveries go on and on - the place is a treasure trove and so easy to get to from the M4 or M5.
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.

Arnos Vale Cemetery

Bristol, UK 7.1 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...

Blaise Hamlet

Bristol, UK 5.0 mi away
#14 of 193 things to do in Bristol
They are inhabited so it's important to respect privacy but you are able to walk around and delight in some beautiful architecture that's difficult to see in the 21st century.
There are a number of cottages around a village green, each a slightly exagerated version of a rural idyl with thatched rooves, barley sugar chimneys and dovecotes.

Yeo Valley Organic Garden

Blagdon 7.9 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Blagdon
A very informative garden tour in the morning with Matt, followed by a delicious lunch at the Canteen in Yeo Valley HQ and then the most interesting and inspiring afternoon with Andy the head gardener.
What a lovely afternoon trip out .Beautiful organic hrerb ,flower garden .Close to Blagdon lake ,in the heart of the Mendip hills .I went of a sunny day ,this helped to make thge day .TRhere is a large cafe ,offer...

The Red Lodge Museum

Bristol, UK 5.6 mi away
#13 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Magnificent wood panelled rooms and ornate fireplaces, you can really imagine the elizabethans in their ornate costumes within these rooms.
The rooms are filled with intricately carved dark wood cabinets, chairs/tables and has wonderful ornate fireplaces.

The Georgian House Museum

Bristol, UK 5.5 mi away
#17 of 193 things to do in Bristol
A very interesting free museum, the home of a Georgian merchant, showing both "upstairs" and "downstairs" life of the time, and a glimpse into the darker origins of some of Bristol's wealth.
As well as being a fascinating insight into how people lived in the 18th Century, it's handling of the slave trade was informative and sensitive.
#7 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... an excellent cafe selling some of the best and most interesting food excellently prepared on the premises at very affordable prices in central Bristol: well worth a visit - we will certainly be revisiting soon.
From the traditional church sanctuary to the new airy exhibition space and welcoming cafe this is a treasure trove explaining the lives of these two great men.

North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre

Congresbury 5.5 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Congresbury
We held George the Dominican barn owl, Oscar the Harris Hawk, Paris the European Kestrel and Hercules the European Eagle Owl and Inca the British Barn Owl flew to our hands to be rewarded with a tasty chicken morsel.
Thanks to Ally and Staff for an excellent experience-Ally has an amazing knowledge of the falcons and owls and with everything she told us it made the hole experience even more enjoyable.
#27 of 193 things to do in Bristol
As a very keen gardener, I could have spent hours enjoying this garden and learning about the natural environments of the plants grown in the borders and glasshouses.
The glasshouses were our favourite and we spent a long time in the tropical house admiring the fascinating specimens in the central pond.

Leigh Woods

Bristol, UK 3.5 mi away
#30 of 193 things to do in Bristol
What a stunning walk along the top of the Avon gorge through the lovely Leigh woods stunning views of the suspension bridge and Clifton village rounded off a great afternoon stroll with the dogs
A walk down to Paradise Bottom past the renovated Cottage and then onto the re-found Arboretum which was originally planted as a War Memorial is highly recommended.

St James Priory

Bristol, UK 6.0 mi away
#28 of 193 things to do in Bristol
I cannot say how impressed and happy we were to spend some time at St James Priory... Susan is absolutely lovely and the place really is an oasis of calm and peacefulness in the city.
I urge a visit here mad to use the lovely cafe which serves fab food, all homemade and at sensible prices.

Cabot Tower

Bristol, UK 5.4 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...
A brief stroll away from busy Park Street will transport you to the tranquillity of Brandon Hill Park, whose knoll will instantly afford you great views across the city to the outlying hills south and west.
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Chew Valley Animal Park

Chew Magna 6.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chew Magna
... coatimundi, peacocks, rabbits, guinea pigs, hedge hog, skunk, fish, chipmunks, rats, gerbils...... so just a few to keep you interested and there is also a play park for the little ones and a lovely cafe.
The site is easy to walk around and there is also a cosy little cafe with very friendly and obliging staff.

St Werburghs City Farm

Bristol, UK 6.9 mi away
#38 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Free to visit, and with a fantastic cafe and little playground, makes for a great morning out with the children.
This little gem of a place offers a an opportunity for inner city kids to learn a bit about animal welfare and the ways that food come to our plate.

Wild Place Project

Easter Compton, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Easter Compton
We had an awesome morning surviving our ‘hot air balloon crash’ in a survival adventure led by Jack (who had a fantastic sense of humour:-) ) We had an awesome time in teams doing a treasure hunt in an amazing for...
What a good decision, we absolutely loved it, relatively few animals but all in large compounds with good photography opportunies, also enjoyed the walks through the woods watching wild birds and really enjoyed th...

Weston Lodge Shooting Ground

Portishead 4.0 mi away
#4 of 10 things to do in Portishead
great day of paintball !!!! awesome staff and great fun all day. the day was well organised and fun for all player new and old
Great fun,bumpy track which makes cornering a test and may give you a sore bum.

Christmas Steps

Bristol, UK 5.9 mi away
#44 of 193 things to do in Bristol
A very historical place-gradeII listed with many interesting stories connected to the steps regarding the slave trade to Oliver Cromwell.Some nice independent shops all the way up the steps too
The small independent shops scattered along the journey are cute and offer many small odds and end that are great gifts!
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Upfest

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#82 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... around the streets of Bedminster,which has many pubs and places to eat.Well worth a visit.The upfest shop is also a great place to pick up an original piece of artwork by one of the many talented local artists.
There are lots of activities for children and the street art is of great quality!
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Clifton Cathedral

Bristol, UK 5.1 mi away
#85 of 193 things to do in Bristol