Below is just a short list of things to see & do in and around Weston-super-Mare North Somerset.
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Cheddar Gorge – Home of the world famous, spectacular caves and gorge, with cheese and sweet factories and all manner of novelty shops - visit the Dairy and Craft Village. www.cheddarcaves.co.uk
Wookey Hole – Described as Somerset’s hidden treasure. Also on site a Victorian paper mill where hand made paper continues to be made to the present day.
Cricket St.Thomas – A lovely wildlife Park for all the family.
Clevedon – Home to Clevedon Court, a 14th century manor house.
Bath – With its Georgian Crescent, quaint streets and many shops. A World Heritage site with Britain's finest Roam remains and over 5,000 listed buildings. www.cityofbath.co.uk
Longleat Safari Park – Safari park and stately home of the Marquis of Bath, it offers a wonderland of attractions to suit all ages set in 900 acres of parkland. www.longleat.co.uk
Rich’s Cider - For cider and scrumpy made from locally grown produce.
Moorlynch Vineyard - Experience the whole process of wine production and take a stroll through the vineyard.
City of Wells - This medieval, cathedral city, steeped in history has many fascinating places of interest to visit, not least the Cathedral with its magnificent west front, it also contains the largest gallery of medieval sculpture in the world. www.wellscathedral.org.uk
Clarks Village - Retail outlet shopping centre, famous for the many high street names trading here. Set in an attractive village environment it provides for a unique shopping experience.
Glastonbury - Home of the ancient abbey that is one of the oldest religious foundations in Britain. A place steeped in history and legend. www.glastonbury.co.uk
West Somerset Railway - Twenty miles of stunning Somerset countryside and coastal scenery. There’s something for all the family on Britain’s longest and most lovingly restored heritage railway. 29 Miles
Fleet Air Arm Museum - Concorde is just one of many historic aircraft on display, tracing the exhilarating story of aviation. Here you can see the largest naval aircraft collection in Europe.
City of Bristol - With its cosmopolitan shopping centre, old port and the SS Great Britain. www.about-bristol.co.uk
Bristol Zoo -
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Weston Playhouse -