Attractions In Somerset
Frome is a landmark town in the cultural county of Somerset. From the town itself, which is packed with antique shops, tea rooms and markets, to nearby attractions such as Stonehenge, Cheddar Gorge and Longleat Safari Park, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to activities.
Less than 30 minutes from The Archangel is the historic Georgian city of Bath. Steeped in history and with a wealth of attractions on offer such as the Royal Crescent, the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge, there is something for everyone to enjoy. A city of culture, the centre boasts a number of prestigious museums and plenty of independent shops.
The quirky town of Glastonbury is within easy reach, while hidden deep in the heart of the Mendip Hills is the world-famous caves of Wookey Hole. Known as the legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey Hole, they are also the UK’s largest show caves system. An entrance ticket allows you to explore the network of breathtaking caverns, as well as over 20 activities and attractions.
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