Things To Do
Experience amazing attractions, stunning gardens and historic houses, miles of cycling and walking routes, incredible local menus and cider, charming market towns and villages, and of course, acres of rolling countryside, nature and wildlife.
Our Things to Do Guide is also great to for planning days out in South Somerset and beyond, and is free to download to your phone or tablet. South Somerset is a great place to stay as there's so much to do, and close by too, so we've included some other places nearby that we think you'll enjoy too.
Similarly, based on visitor feedback, you'll find website listings here for the wider areas that border South Somerset to make it as easy as possible for you when planning your time here.
80 Mile Cycle Route
If you prefer to discover South Somerset on two wheels this 80 mile route enables you to explore the gentle hills and vales to the north east of Yeovil, the intriguing lowland Somerset moors, the hamstone villages and historic market towns.
Bruton is firmly on the map as a hub for art and contemporary design and food, boasting award winning restaurants, shops, galleries and fabulous places to stay, attracting visitors from around the globe year-round.
Burton Pynsent Monument
Follow the footpath from Curry Rivel village centre to Burton Pynsent Monument, standing on Troy Hill at the top of a steep slope and marvel in the fantastic views of the Levels and West Sedgemoor.