Somerset Catholic Parish churches. Website details mass times and parish events.
Discover Exmoor National Park in a specially designed Landrover Defender 110 TDi.
Established in the late 1700s. Visitors welcome.
One of the three largest churches in the Anglican Diocese of Bath and Wells. Website details events and news.
One of the oldest continuously used holy wells in Britain set within beautiful gardens. Open all year round.
A wide range of worship, study groups and activities for all ages. Website details all aspects of church life.
Paintball games played in woodland with features including a 50 foot, two storey castle.
More than 900 years of history encapsulated in this elegant former Cistercian monastery with 30 acres of award winning gardens. The House is open from 2nd April until the end of October and the Gardens…
Galleries, gardens & trails and a series of period rooms displaying American furniture, woodwork, silver, glass and textiles.
Website details services and events surrounding this church dating from 1902.
Sunday worship starts at 10.30am and holy communions are held monthly. All welcome.
The world's largest dedicated helicopter museum with over 80 helicopters on display. Open daily through Easter & summer and from Wednesday to Sunday for the rest of the year. Facilities include coffee…
Website giving an introduction to Chard Reservoir and its wildlife.
Information and an interactive tour of the church available on website.
An extensive range of services and activities available at this Methodist church.
A nostalgic journey bringing back memories of your favourite TV & Radio programmes and the sets you may have listened to and watched.
A post war garden covering 3.5 acres on the edge of ancient woodland. Open Saturday to Wednesday from April to the end of July.
A variety of exhibitions on view including Bath at Work: 2ooo years of Earning a Living and a full size model of a stone mine.
Parish news, activities, information and services.
Website details the history of the church, service times and events.
A great day out for all the family with an Indoor Jungle, 2 full sized pirate ships, an indoor play castle, a variety of animals & birds, a puppet theatre and a radio museum. Open daily from 1st April…
History, mystery & fun at the Wookey Caves with a Victorian arcade, Dinosaur Valley, Mirror Maze, Fairy Garden and much more. Open 7 days a week.
The largest church in Somerset. Information about services and events is on the website.
The best preserved Roman religious spa from the ancient world. The Roman Baths is below street level and has four main features - the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman bath house and finds from…
Museum of Steam Power and Land Drainage on the Somerset Levels. Live Steam events open from 1pm and non steam displays on Sundays from 2pm.
A fabulous covered amusement park with a variety of entertainment including a children's adventure playground, big wheel, crazy house and all the latest slot machines, video & family games.
An award winning museum offering insight into North Somerset life since the 19th century. Open daily except Mondays.
Close encounters with marvels of marine life in this aquarium set on its own pier. Over 30 displays, tea room and gift shop. Open daily.
A community based church offering teaching, worship and youth activities.
Diary of events and services can be found on the website.
Discover the History of the Post from ancient times to the present, including biographies, archives and Post Office Uniforms. Open Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Visitors to this 1843 Baptist Church are welcomed, meeting on Sundays at 10.30am and 6.30pm.
A Christian Church in membership with the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the South West Baptist Association.
Open weekday mornings from 9.30 - 12.30 with services held on Sundays and Wednesdays.
Information on the St George and St Teresa churches in Taunton.
Cathedral-like Caves, Britain's biggest Gorge and the Cheddar Man, Britain's oldest complete skeleton. Beginner sessions in caving and climbing & abseiling are available daily.
Details of the church and this year's pilgrimage can be found on the website.
A Grade II listed pier opened in 1867. The only pier linking the mainland to an island just offshore.
Website details the history of the church,weekly meetings, service times and events.
Dating back to 1180 the cathedral has 3 services daily and 4 on Sundays. The library is open to the public and the shop & restaurant are also open daily.
The focus of the church’s life is Sunday Worship which takes place at 10.30am.
One of the world's finest collections of fashionable dress and accessories, with exhibits dating back to pre 1800. Open daily.
The last great gothic church in England dating from 1499. Open daily to visitors.
Visit the original Abbey buildings and a wealth of other attractions including the living history characters and Visitor Centre. Open throughout the year.
Website details service times and events for these 2 Bristol churches.
Adventure park set on 23 acres of farm land. A variety of animals and exotic birds to see, the Playbarn, Adventure Playground, cafe and shop. Open all year.
An exhibition of flatners, nets, maps, knotwork & withy boards and activities for children. Open Tuesday - Sunday from Easter - September.
Clay pigeon shooting, off road quad biking, rough terrain karting and Skirmish Paintball.
An enchanting garden and nursery set in the rolling hills of South Somerset. Open 4 days a week from mid March until the end of September.
Details of activities and services.