Visit South Somerset - Heritage & Culture
Perry's Somerset Cider & Rural Museum
Small museum housed in original 16th century cider barn where the company first started. The barn is stocked to the roof full of old cider making and farming equipment, as well as two hydraulic presses used every autumn until 2013.
Shakspeare Glass & Arts
Will Shakspeare is one of the country’s best known glass blowers. Will set up Shakspeare Glass over 25 years ago and has supplied many galleries and well-known stores in that time. Wide range of Shakspeare Glass on display in the gallery as well as work from selected other British makers including jewellery.
Somerset Arts Week
Somerset Open Studios and Festival Events are annual countywide celebrations of the variety and quality of contemporary visual art and craft that can be found in Somerset.
St Michael's Hill Tower (National Trust)
Follow the footpath from Ham Hill or through the landscaped parkland of Montacute House to St Michael’s Hill. Climb the hill to St Michael’s Hill Tower, where you can enjoy extensive views of the surrounding countryside.
Yandles Woodworking, Arts & Crafts
Yandles was founded in 1860 by Henry Yandle. Visit the sawmill, woodworking centre, gallery, arts and crafts store and gifts and home store with beautifully crafted gifts and artwork by local artists