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Visit South Somerset - Things To Do

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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. 

Check out our new market towns video to give you an insight into South Somerset life...

Our handy free guides are a great way to make the most of your time here, and easy to download to your phone or device. Click on the buttons below. We've also included some places in wider Somerset and bordering county's too. 

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Circular Walks in & around Yeovil

Walking
  • Family friendly
Circular walks in & around Yeovil, Yeovil, BA20

A collection of nine circular walks, between three and seven miles will take you on a routes to discover the countryside around Yeovil.

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Coates English Willow, Willow & Wetlands Visitor Centre

Arts & Crafts
  • Parking On-Site
  • Cafe/ Restaurant
  • Family friendly
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Group Bookings
  • Shop
  • Toilets
  • Coach Parking
  • Open All Year
  • Picnic Area
  • Partial Disabled Access
Coates English Willow , Taunton, TA3 6HY

Willow is as traditional to Somerset as cheese and cider although perhaps not so much is known about it. At the Visitor Centre the Coate family has thoughtfully put together displays and collections to tell the fascinating story of willow.

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Crewkerne & District Museum & Heritage Centre

Museums
  • Family friendly
  • Disabled Access
  • Group Bookings
  • Free Entry
Crewkerne & District Museum & Heritage Centre, Crewkerne, TA18 7LP

Crewkerne has a long and interesting history. It once had the status of being a Saxon royal mint, was an important stopping place for travellers and its thriving textile industry brought prosperity. Founded in 1988, the museum illustrates these things, but equally shows how ordinary local people lived and worked at various periods.

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Durslade Farm Shop

Farm Shop
  • Local Food Products
Dropping Lane, Bruton, BA10 0NL

Located next to Hauser & Wirth, Durslade Farm practises extensive, low-input farming. The farm supplies the Farm Shop with grass-fed meat from its herds as well as fruit and veg, and foraged finds from the surrounding fields.

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