Locate attractions to visit including theme amusement parks, adventure parks, arts, crafts, picture galleries, cultural attractions and castles, living history attractions, ancient monuments, houses and gardens and museums to visit throughout the
whole of the South West.
Yeovil Somerset. Tel 01963 440804 The Haynes International
Motor Museum is the UK's largest exhibition of the greatest cars from around the
world. A living and working museum, with over 400 amazing cars and bikes from
nostalgic classics of the 50s and 60s, glorious Bentleys and Rolls Royce's to
exciting super cars of today.
Weston-super-Mare North Somerset. Tel 01934 621028 Explore the
exciting history of North Somerset from pre-history to the present day. Our
museum is a real treasure trove that tells the wonderful story of the areas
varied and colourful past. Take a stroll around the former gasworks company
building or just relax in the courtyard cafe.
Bath North Somerset. Tel 01225 477785 The Roman Baths is below
the modern street level and has four main features, the sacred spring, the roman
temple, the roman bath house and finds from roman bath. The Georgian Pump Room
is on the ground level. Please allow at least 2 hours to get the most from your
Lyme Regis Dorset. Tel 01297 443541 The Jurassic rocks of the
area have been famous for fossills since Mary Anning discovered the first
lchthyosaur in 1811. Our spectacular collection of the local Jurassic marine
fossils and explains what they are, why they are there and what they mean in the
fossil, map and history rooms.
Taunton Somerset. Tel 01823 255088 The museum lies within the
12th Century Taunton Castle and is a must-see visitor attraction, it tells the
county’s story from prehistoric times to the present day, using real objects,
interactive games, eye-catching film projections and the words and voices of
Somerset people, past and present.
Bridgwater Somerset. Tel 01278 426088 There used to be six
kilns working at the former Barham Brother's Yard at East Quay before in closed
in 1965. The remaining kiln was saved from dereliction in the 1990's to
become a museum. Demonstrated inside are the methods and processes involved in
making bricks, tiles, and other wares.
Bridgwater Somerset. Tel 01278 456127 The 16th century house
is the local museum for archaeology and history of the historic market town
and port, first mentioned as Brugie in the Doomsday Book of 1086. With the
collections covering Bridgwater and the surrounding areas, we have fascinating
displays waiting for you to discover.