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Attractions Within Driving Distance

For those guests wishing to venture further outside of Bath, there are a number of famous and popular attractions within an easy car journey away.

LONGLEAT HOUSE & SAFARI PARK

Fun for all the family, a good day out, with the chance to get up close to monkeys and lions.
www.longleat.co.uk

STONEHENGE

World famous ancient britain construction. A visit can be combined with nearby Salisbury.
www.stonehenge.co.uk

SALISBURY CATHEDRAL

Has the tallest church spire in England, used to be the tallest building. Boasts a copy of Magna Carta on display.
www.salisburycathedral.org.uk

WESTONBIRT ARBORETUM

Lovely walks amongst the trees and shrubs, fantastic autumn colours. Family friendly with adventure walks.
www.forestry.gov.uk/westonbirt

LACOCK VILLAGE & CASTLE COMBE VILLAGES

Bath itself is on the southern edge of the Cotswold hills and these two Cotswold villages are beautiful with good pubs. Often used for films including Doctor Dolittle and, more recently, Warhorse. Laycock Abbey was one of the few not demolished on the orders of Henry V111 and so is well preserved.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock
www.castle-combe.com

THE AMERICAN MUSEUM

A very well respected representation of American history and culture in a historic house and gardens just outside Bath, with a frequently refreshed programme of exhibits and events.
www.americanmuseum.org

DYRHAM PARK

Now owned by the National Trust. Large grounds with roaming deer and the impressive house and gardens are open to the public.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dyrham-park

CHEDDAR GORGE & WOOKY HOLE

This gorge, near Wells, is unbelievably spectacular as you drive through it off the Mendip Hills. Popular with climbers! Nearby Wookey Hole has a spectacular cave system and much family entertainment. Travel on to Wells for lunch.
www.cheddargorge.co.uk
www.wookey.co.uk

WELLS CATHEDRAL

The cathedral and Bishop’s Palace are impressively grandiose, the seat of the Bishops of Bath and Wells. Nearby Glastonbury is steeped in history on the edge of the Somerset Levels which were swamps before being drained for agriculture. These days of course it is best known for the festival.
www.wellscathedral.org.uk
www.glastonbury.co.uk
www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

STOURHEAD VILLAGE AND PARK

South of Bath, romantic walks and picnic beside the lake in the extensive grounds owned by the National Trust.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stourhead

SS GREAT BRITAIN AND BRISTOL ZOO

Nearby Bristol is very different to Bath with the floating harbour well worth a visit. The first steel hulled ship the SS Great Britain, built by Brunel the Victorian engineer, has been brought back to life and is very popular.
www.ssgreatbritain.org
www.bristolzoo.org.uk

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