Historical Sites

Historical Sites in Somerset

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Downside Abbey

The largest of the neo-Gothic style churches built in England after the reformation and described as...
Stoney Littleton Long Barrow

In an area that has probably been farmed since the Neolithic times when it was built, this ancient long...
Roman Baths and Pump Room

The most famous attraction in Bath, the Roman Baths provide a captivating look back into the lives of...
Bath Abbey

From Anglo-Saxon times through periods of change and religious unrest discover how this beautiful building...
Nunney Castle

Standing on a rise with its stream fed moat in the village centre the Castle is a scheduled Ancient Monument...
Wells Cathedral

A treasure chest of history, architecture, atmosphere and beauty. A stunning building in a beautiful...
Bishops Palace Wells

A splendid medieval palace that has been home to the Bishops of Bath and Wells for centuries and 14 acres...
Stanton Drew Stone Circles

What will you make of the stone arrangements at Stanton Drew? Three circles, two avenues and a cove give...
Dunster Castle

One of Somerset’s delights offering an insight into a thousand years of history. Home to the de Mohun...
Hinton Priory

One of only 10 Carthusian Houses built in England back in 1232 for the Carthusian Order....
Farleigh Hungerford Castle

A 14th century fortified manor house which offers a great day out for families and still has much for...