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#1 of 5 things to do in Pensford
Nick is very knowledgeable and provides a no-nonsense calm day sitting round the camp fire, learning new skills, preparing a communal meal and seeing what he has done in the woodland.
My family led a group of 7 Year 11-13 pupils and the sessions were differentiated brilliantly, with bite sized chunks of memorable and varied experiences; axe work, long bows, fire lighting, shelter building, nigh...

Aerospace Bristol

Patchway, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Patchway
A spacious heritage hangar dating from WW1 houses the history of flying through the annals of the Bristol Aeroplane Company, on to its present day existence as Airbus and Rolls-Royce on their Filton site, with lot...
Great museum for aircart enthusiasts, well laid out and informative, Hopefully in time space will be found for more exibits, Concorde was so beautiful close up I nearly cried with the emotion to think it will neve...

Bristol Ferry Boats

Bristol, UK 5.8 mi away
#10 of 193 things to do in Bristol
You can buy a range of different tickets offering either a simple journey across the harbour or take a full round trip around the harbour to take in the sites from the water, from the SS Great Britain, St Mary Red...
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.

Brunel's SS Great Britain

Bristol, UK 6.0 mi away
#2 of 193 things to do in Bristol
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...
Great history, beautiful ship, great museum... a place to spend a couple of hours exploring the whole ship and learning about its story.
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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Wraxall 10.1 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...

Royal Victoria Park

Bath 7.6 mi away
#5 of 129 things to do in Bath
Lovely park with different features at each corner of it's expanse: a petit pond and small botanical garden at one corner, a children's playground (with swings, jungle gym apparatus, monkey bars, zip line, skate p...
Outside the entrance of the Canada Gate, there is down the path a little way the Military War Memorial – also worth a visit, since you pass it to get into the city centre.
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The Roman Baths

Bath 8.1 mi away
#1 of 129 things to do in Bath
Great place to visit, good value for money Brilliant museum, free tour guide and also free headsets, fantastic insight into Roman life
It is a fabulous site and well worth a visit - you could easily spend a couple of hours listening to the audio guide and viewing the many parts of the baths - they are truly a wonderful sight to see and it was gre...
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We The Curious

Bristol, UK 5.9 mi away
#23 of 193 things to do in Bristol
... 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.
@Bristol is truly interactive, with exhibits relating to every aspect of the world around us, the workings of the human body, the mechanisms of sound, light, electricity, the movement of air, magnetism.... and so,...

Oakham Treasures

Bristol, UK 9.8 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.

Radstock Museum

Radstock 6.9 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Radstock
A massive thanks to the volunteers who are so passionate about their local history.
It is a great place to learn about local history with miners cottage, shop, schoolroom and mine shaft exhibits.

Brandon Hill Nature Park

Bristol, UK 6.2 mi away
#15 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Co-managed by the Avon Wildlife Trust it is a peaceful haven away from the busy roads of Bristol's city centre.
Great place for a picnic.

Bristol City Docks

Bristol, UK 5.7 mi away
#21 of 193 things to do in Bristol
This is a great place to visit.
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Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol, UK 6.4 mi away
#22 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Took 60 children for a KS2 primary school trip, amazing, the children loved everything from the Egyptian exhibits, mummies, pots and canonic jars to fossils, minerals, and the stuffed wildlife.
After enjoying the exhibit we were let out through the gift shop which was bursting with tempting items and then we enjoyed some coffee and excellent cake in the café which is lovely and well worth a visit.
#11 of 129 things to do in Bath
... 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 including 2 just hatched cygnets and another on the way!
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.

Chew Valley Animal Park

Chew Magna 3.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chew Magna
... are all super happy and healthy ALL of them !! Hands on with all kinds of different animals ( petting/feeding/cuddling ) The staff are fab and super friendly with lots of knowledge on anything you ask ....
Great place for both kids and adults alike, would 100% recommend for everyone to visit, especially when thinking of what do this summer holidays or even on a spare weekend day or in half term!

The Matthew of Bristol

Bristol, UK 5.7 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.
Unusual and interesting journey along the Avon and through the Bristol locks, with a great sense of history.
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Alexandra Park

Bath 5.1 mi away
#3 of 129 things to do in Bath
A fantastic setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.Amazing views over the city.It was empty when we visited which added to the pleasure of being there.Although very high up its definitely worth...
The park is high up and you get amazing views of Bath city, we went in the day but it's probably very beautiful in the night with all the city lights.


Bristol, UK 5.8 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.
The whole harbour area is huge and a very long walk round its diameter.

M Shed

Bristol, UK 5.7 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 !
It takes a thematic perspective on different aspects of Bristol life and culture and illustrates it with objects, stories from real people and interactive displays that are well maintained and fun.

Sydney Gardens

Bath 8.6 mi away
#22 of 129 things to do in Bath
Sidney Gardens 5 mins level walk from the famous bridge over the Avon is FREE and a good place to have a picnic amongst trees lawns and super Georgian architecture.
Lovely planting, lovely bridges and architecture, an unexpected discovery on our way walking into the city centre.
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Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol, UK 6.8 mi away
#3 of 193 things to do in Bristol
A wonderful example of Victorian craftsmanship, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, lovely views and also situated near to lovely walks and close to Clifton Village where there is a eclectic array of shops, pubs...
8 bus to Clifton Village from Bristol City Centre then walked to the Camera Obscura and the Giant's Cave - both on the hillside overlooking the bridge and each worth a visit.
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#17 of 129 things to do in Bath
It has something to offer, whatever the season & is well worth the walk from the city centre.
Once I hopped off in Milsom Street, I headed for 'The Circus', spent time there before heading for the Royal Crescent and then into the Royal Victoria Park.
#18 of 193 things to do in Bristol
As a free attraction, we of course spent our share in the gift shop, which has some fantastic items in there, from the usual pencils and rulers, to hand-crafted local produce.
It is on two floors and there is more to it than meets the eye It is run by a trust and volunteers run the centre and is open 7 days a week Well worth leaving a donation

Tobacco Factory Theatres

Bristol, UK 5.7 mi away
#5 of 193 things to do in Bristol
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...
We've been coming to the Tobacco Factory for the Christmas show every year with some or all of our children for about 10 years and it always, without fail, entertains adults and children alike in a modern, engagin...

Windmill Hill City Farm

Bristol, UK 5.4 mi away
#37 of 193 things to do in Bristol
You can easily spend 3 hours here and it is a pleasure to give a good donation as admission is free.
The cafe is great serving lovely food and the kids love all the farm animals and the sand pit to play in.

Bristol Zoo Gardens

Bristol, UK 7.2 mi away
#35 of 193 things to do in Bristol
The major highlights for me were the Butterfly House (it’s a bit steamy but they do flutter around you); the Reptile House, Gorilla Island, Lemur Walk-through and the Tree Kangaroo (so cute!).
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 .

Bath Street

Bath 8.1 mi away
#13 of 129 things to do in Bath
The baths, cathedral, etc. are in the city centre so you can easily combine shopping with seeing the sights.
Lovely street with the cathedral and Baths and places for coffe and lunch etc. Very busy with tourists!
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Yeo Valley Organic Garden

Blagdon 8.0 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.
The gardens are just beautiful, Andi with such a head full of Organic Gardening knowledge able to answer all the questions thrown at her. Thanks Ray for looking after so well in the Garden Cafe and Canteen, delici...

St Werburghs City Farm

Bristol, UK 7.2 mi away
#38 of 193 things to do in Bristol
Lovely little farm on the edge of the city with a variety of farm animals- pigs, ducks, chickens, sheep, turkeys, goats, rabbits, guineapigs and more.
Buy feed for £1 for the sheep and goats, great place for kids and adults looking to go and see farm animals.

Pirate Bay Adventure Golf

Hambrook, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Hambrook
We've tried them all and this is the one keep going back to, it's brilliant, there's water, , pirates, music, rafts, the lot, and an ensuite coffee shop and driving range, perfect!
Great fun-must visit!!