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#1 of 6 things to do in Wincanton
Full of treasures and it was an absolute pleasure to meet Isobel and Bernard who regaled us with stories of the great man Sir Pratchett.
The shop is small but absolutely charming and stuffed with all kinds of amazing merch, from beer mats and tea towels, bronze figurines, games, books, stuffed toys (the luggage and rats onna stick!) and clothing/je...

Xtreme Offroad

Shepton Mallet 8.7 mi away
#11 of 11 things to do in Shepton Mallet
We booked on to the Summer sizzle package which included four varied activities (4x4 safari, V8 trials test, blindfolded and reverse driving) all adding up to a full adrenaline packed afternoon.
Really enjoyable, Matt, my instructor was so knowledgable and a great tutor making the experience such a pleasure.
#1 of 2 things to do in Sparkford
Great place to potter around looking at some amazing cars calm atmosphere nice helpful staff and toilets everywhere, great morning (doesn’t take long to complete) but is a great place to come if you love cars.
... we would bring our 6 year old son to see all the classic cars he absolutely loved seeing all the different cars especially the Lamborghini we enjoyed walking around seeing the cars as well great place to visit

Stourhead House and Garden

Warminster, UK 5.1 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Warminster
We love to visit in all seasons but autumn being our favourite due to the gorgeous autumnal colours which we missed by a few weeks as away on holiday but nonetheless still a lovely walk and gorgeous day bearing in...
... can do a decent walk, the NT café and shop are lovely, the Spread Eagle pub and gallery in the village are interesting, there's a fab old church, and also a nice (privately-run) farm shop near the car-park too.
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Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Bruton 3.5 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Bruton
The garden setting, designed in the prairie style by the famous Dutch designer Piet Oudolf, is looking at its best in high summer, with a billowing, colourful blend of perennials and grasses.
Wonderful gardens easy access well worth a visit as well you should take in the gallery easy access well worth a visit good coffee and food