Things to see
and do nearby

Ideally situated in Somerset, Burham-On-Sea is the ideal base for pleasant visits into the Somerset countryside in the Mendips, Cheddar, Glastonbury, Wells, the Quantocks and the Somerset Levels.

The most essential attraction is the 7 miles of sandy beach and coastline that defines Burnham-On-Sea. Just half a mile from the site, you'll find the town centre, with its Swimming Pool, Local Cinema, plenty of independent and unique shops as well as the bigger names you might expect. A rich and diverse range of cuisines, restaurants and cafés can be found so you can relax and dine at leisure.

Cabot Circus

The South Wests largest shopping centre Cabot Circus offers a mixture of over 90 shops, restaurants and entertainment spots.  Located in the centre of Bristol it can easily be accessed by train or by road with over 2500 spaces on site.

Dunster Castle

Open all year round the magnificent Dunster Castle is the perfect place to visit whilst exploring Exmoor National Park. Constructed over the 11th and 12th century Dunster Castle provides an offering of medieval architecture alongside 15 acres of rolling gardens. Dunster Castle is not only the perfect place to admire some of our ancestors greatest work but also enjoy the pristine manicured gardens with family and friends.

Ticket prices: Adult £12.20, Child £6.10, Family £30.50

Bath Spa

In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning natural spa where you can now bathe in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.

By day and by night, you can relax in the indoor Minerva Bath and open-air rooftop pool with spectacular views over the city of Bath. Additionally, you can refresh your senses in the Wellness Suite and choose from over 40 spa treatments and packages. Thermae Bath Spa is a perfect place to go for a spa break whilst visiting Somerset!

Stonehenge

Just over an hour away in the Wiltshire countryside is arguably one of the most iconic structures in the world. A world heritage site standing at 13 ft tall it is quite simply an outer body experience standing in the footsteps of our ancient ancestors.

The stone circle itself forms the highlight of any visit to Stonehenge and is not to be missed. However, the Visitor Centre completes a day out at this world-famous monument. With museum-quality exhibitions showcasing many items on loan from nearby museums – the Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum as well as a changing special exhibition the interpretation and significance of Stonehenge is more detailed than ever before. You can even stand inside the incredible audio-visual 360 degree stone circle experience allowing you to get a sense of standing inside Stonehenge.

No question visiting Stonehenge is a bucket list item achieved!!!!!!

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