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Bath Abbey
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Glastonbury Abbey
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Wells Cathedral
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The Circus
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Royal Crescent
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Tyntesfield
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Vicar's Close
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Glastonbury Abbey
Ancient Ruins, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Mysterious Sites
Tyntesfield
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Wells Cathedral
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Glastonbury Tor
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Wells Market Place
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Glastonbury Goddess Temple
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Chalice Well
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#1 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Fantastic place to visit, informative audio guides, interactive parts and fantastic actors making the visit fun highly recommend visiting this historical site good value for money too !!
Spectacular view Wonderful time Cant recommend it enough We had a wonderful Valentines weekend that surpassed all our expectations Annie Day MSc
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Peak Hill Llamas Sidmouth 46.8 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Sidmouth
As for the walk we were taken on a lovely gentle walk across some beautiful farmland with some stunning views and of course we each had a magnificent llama.
The walk was perfectly timed, just long enough to get to grips with the llamas before looking out on to the fabulous view Sidmouth beach has to offer.
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Wells
We visited Wells Cathedral as it was suggested buy a local camp site we were staying at, wow and glad we did... History and architecture was amazing, really enjoyed our day and would recommend a viisit.. Free to g...
... in the UK, is somewhat ornate and rather crowded with statues but the interior is simply magnificent with sweeping arches and bold sculpting providing both support and three dimensional views in all perspectives.
Sherborne Abbey Sherborne 30.9 km away
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Sherborne
It is simply amazing to think that the Abbey was created in AD 705 when Aldhelm, the first Bishop of the West Saxons chose Sherborne or Scire-burne (Saxon for clear river) as the site for his cathedral.
To this day I love the view of it from the bottom of Digby Road, the feeling of comfort and tranquillity which emanate from it as you get close and the architecture both inside and out is stunning.
Glastonbury Tor Glastonbury
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Glastonbury
We were blessed with great weather but that only added to the wonderful experience of climbing the Tor and taking in the views...kids loved it, adults loved it and the dog loved it.
Only ever seeing the Tor out of a car window, my boyfriend and I visited the Tor on a recent visit to Glastonbury - I loved it!!! quite a heart racing walk up but boy was it worth it!! was fantastic views and such...
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#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wedmore
Amazing cider, views, people and atmosphere.
All made with natural ingredients and brewed on site.
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Glastonbury
This is a delightful site - free and interesting and peaceful.
The site was once a hospital dedicated to St Mary Magdalene and one half of the almshouses still remain, though only one of these is currently open to view - it's very interesting to see how humbly some people liv...
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#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Wells
A stroll down Vicars Close is well worth the time, great views back to the Cathedral from the end.
With the Cathedral as a back drop, this view of a complete medieval street, dating back to the 14th Century, is unique.
Chalice Well Glastonbury
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Glastonbury
... really is a place of sanctity and healing, and signs around the place remind visitors to be reverent and quiet so that everyone can enjoy that sense of peace, serenity and tranquility that infuses the whole site.
One of the essential sites to visit when in Glastonbury Annual passes available Ceremonies are also held here Take home the magical White and Red Spring waters
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Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol 46.6 km away
#1 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
If you're coming to Bristol you must visit this lasting monument to one of the greatest Britons Free to walk across Amazing amazing views Visitors centre on the Leigh woods side and sometimes a free tour on a Sund...
A Fantastic Easter Sunday well worth a visit stunning Views great ice cream van there if anyone was unsure to visit this beautiful landmark GO it's really beautiful people we met very friendly
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Dunster Castle Dunster 39.2 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Dunster
Everything about Dunster Castle is spectacular: the views are breathtaking - a plein air painter's delight! - the gardens are lovely and beautifully maintained, the rooms are interesting and the castle guides are...
The Castle was very homely and beautiful, with amazing views of the countryside and sea from the terrace, which was full of wonderful flowers, tropical plants and palm trees.
St Mary Redcliffe Church Bristol 47.2 km away
#3 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
St Mary Redcliffe is a highly recommended historical site in Bristol, with is Gothic historic architecture built in the 14th century, it is a very loved place its easy to tell by how gorgeously preserved it is - t...
... which are delightfully rude!), some really elegant 18th century ironwork, beautiful stained glass, a world famous organ, a fabulous hexagonal grand entrance porch, and a tower giving superb views over the town.
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Beer
Fantastic views on a clear day of the Devon coast line from the top of the cliffs, my only suggestion to anyone using the coastal path would be to make sure you wear some appropriate footwear on the Coast Path Wal...
A beautiful walk with stunning views Highly recommended Also advisable to visit the village of beer, a real 'chocolate box' village
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Wells
Good, interesting planting, romantic ruins, wonderful views across the ramparts and moat to the Mendip Hills and the charming town allotments and community garden are right there too.
Inside ,over the Drawbridge ,a pleasant Cafe where one can sit outside and enjoy the view ,or even a game of Croquet.Lovely gardens to explore,& plenty of benches for meditation.An ideal area for artists.,&
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Dunkery Beacon Porlock 48.4 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Porlock
Dunkery Beacon, at 519 m, the highest point in Somerset and on Exmoor is quite easy to walk to from Minehead.In the sunny weather, the all-round views - N, S, E and W - from the top were fantastic.
It was a lovely walk across the moorland on the track up to the beacon and the view from the top was wonderful in all directions across Exmoor and over the Bristol Channel to Wales.
Glastonbury Abbey Glastonbury
#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Glastonbury
There is a lovely wildlife garden with badger setts and also two lakes and an orchard We love to spend the whole day in there just chilling out and enjoying the views and lovely ambience.
The grounds themselves are beautiful and well-kept, with trees, pools, formal and wild areas, and afford fascinating views of the Tor and landmark buildings around the town.
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Cleeve Abbey Washford
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Washford
A beautiful and serene site with an amazing collection of complete buildings, including the Great Hall which was breathtaking.
We came to this English Heritage site on a lovely sunny afternoon, and were welcomed by a friendly and knowledgeable gentleman who told us what to look for and where to go, as there is a lot to see and it's easy t...
Cabot Tower Bristol 48.2 km away
#4 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Plenty of steps to the top but worth it for the view, panoramic Bristol skyline views are incredible and the tower is set in the lovely Brandon Hill Park - one of my favourite places in Bristol.
We were very lucky with the weather - sunny dry day in December!! great views all over the city - Suspension Bridge - SS Great Britain , Harbour area and the whole expanse of Bristol - well worth a visit and the e...
The New Room/John Wesley's Chapel Bristol 48.2 km away
#5 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Whatever your views on religion this place is very well worth a visit.
The place has benifited hugely from the redevelopment of the site.
The Town Mill Lyme Regis 38.8 km away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Lyme Regis
The whole site is lovely and definitely worth visiting and supporting the artisans who are there, jewellers, potters, painters and a brewery producing great beer.
The atmosphere of the courtyard, with the river lim and mill working in unison, provides a fantastic place to have a light lunch and ale in the Sun, enjoy the breath taking views.
Montacute House Montacute
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Montacute
This was a most enjoyable few hours in the late summer sunshine with beautiful and interesting gardens, views and history and delicious food in the smart cafe with ample seating outside and some seating inside.
The parkland was an added bonus as the dogs could run free and stretch there legs, it was fantastic, the best NT site I know for being dog friendly!
Tarr Steps Exmoor National Park 49.5 km away
#4 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Exmoor National Park
Nice picturesque views from Winsford hill of the moor and sightings of the native Exmoor ponies on route down.
You get stunning views and get to see Exmoor ponies before you get to the Tarr Steps.
Bath Abbey Bath
#2 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Right next to the Roman Baths is the Bath Abbey, with great views of the amazing architecture, including my first up-close view of flying buttresses used to keep the main part of the Abbey stable.
We turned up just at the right time for tower tour all 212 steps the best £8 spent excellent tour guide Alex I think with awesome views this is a must do afterwards there was choir singing in the cathedral just ma...
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Bristol Old Vic Bristol 47.4 km away
#6 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
This is a beautiful theatre with comfortable seating, excellent views of the stage and good acoustics.
The Old Vic is a pure theatre experience under many points of view: the architecture and the structure are elegant and cosy, it can welcome many people albeit looking small.
Stourhead House and Garden Warminster 41.2 km away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Warminster
This is definitely the best national trust property we have visited with a magnificent house and wonderful landscape gardens,there is everything on site to make your visit truly memorable,the house is easily to na...
Well worth visiting with it's stunning views, a mini bus will take you nearer the lake and pick you up again if needed, and also there is a buggy that can take you around the lake if walking is a problem.
Dunster Working Watermill Dunster 39.3 km away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Dunster
Interesting and attractive, flour and porridge to purchase , Lovely surroundings , Tea room and toilets , lots of old harvest tools to view,
There was a lovely walk from the Castle and some scenic views by the mill itself.
Cary Alpacas Yeovil
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Yeovil
Longleat Warminster 45.9 km away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Warminster
> Friendly helpful staff > Yummy on-site food and drink > Easy admissions process > Fantastic live shows > Brilliant train and boat rides > Kiddies rides > Animal handling/feeding experiences > Awesome safari driv...
We took a boat ride on the lake and were treated further to Nico on his island, out basking in the sun really giving us a perfect view and the other on the other side of the lake were also enjoying the fab weather.
The Red Lodge Museum Bristol 47.6 km away
#8 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
A visit to the beautiful building is well worth the effort and the city of Bristol is to be complimented for maintaining this landmark and making it available to all.
Hidden away, although you do get a view of the top storey from the road.
#3 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Pleasant to take in the sights of the World-class historic sites (Abbey and Roman Baths), along with the throngs of tourists, and the commercial activity aimed at the tourists.
Bath Street is a lovely location with excellent views of the Baths and Abbey and close to routes to extensive shops.