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Things to do in Weston-Super-Mare, GB

Animal Farm Adventure Park
Animal Farm Adventure Park

Visit Animal Farm Family Theme Park - Berrow, Somerset! Take Part In Fun Activities Join fun challenges, enjoy exciting rides, and visit an array of attractions at our adventure park.

Ashcombe Park
Ashcombe Park

Ashcombe Park Bowling Club. Located in Ashcombe Park, Weston-super-Mare’s premier wooded park, Ashcombe Park Bowling Club is a short distance from Weston town centre. Our two greens, considered the best in the area, are normally laid out with six rinks each, but can be extended to seven rinks each if necessary.

Banwell Bone Cave
Banwell Bone Cave

The Bone Cave is a large cavern about 40ft in diameter and about 20ft tall. The floor was partially excavated to reveal hundreds of animal bones which were neatly stacked at the sides of the cave where they remain to this day.

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Berrow Beach
Berrow Beach

The beach is used by walkers, horse riders, fishermen and beach sport enthusiasts. From the beach it is possible to walk north towards Brean or south towards the lighthouse at Burnham-in-Sea. The beach is dog-friendly, and dogs will love running off-lead, although should not be encouraged to go too far out on the mudflats.

Blind Yeo,
Blind Yeo,

Weston-super-Mare: a History and Celebration of the Town. Frith Book Company. ISBN 978-1-904938-54-5. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). History of the Parish Church of All Saints, Weston-super-Mare. ISBN 978-1-872732-00-8. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). A History of St Saviour's Church Weston-super-Mare. Crockford-Hawley, John (2004).

Bluebell Woods
Bluebell Woods

Weston Wood near Weston-super-Mare Mighty Weston Wood is a North Somerset legend for bike trails, hiking and family days out. At this time of year it adds endless bluebells to its many attractions and is well worth a visit.

Bollon Organisation
Bollon Organisation

Find The Bollom Organisation Ltd in Weston-Super-Mare, BS23. Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions. Search for local Entertainments near you on Yell.

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Brean Down
Brean Down

Weston-super-Mare: a History and Celebration of the Town. Frith Book Company. ISBN 978-1-904938-54-5. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). History of the Parish Church of All Saints, Weston-super-Mare. ISBN 978-1-872732-00-8. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). A History of St Saviour's Church Weston-super-Mare. Crockford-Hawley, John (2004).

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Brean Down Bird Garden
Brean Down Bird Garden

Brean Down Tropical Bird Garden in Brean detailed information guide, opening times, ... Weston-super-Mare is a a great day out for children and... (1) Grand Pier.

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Brean Down Fort
Brean Down Fort

Brean Down Fort was built 60 feet (18 m) above sea level on the headland at Brean Down, 9 miles (14 km) south of Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England. The site has a long history, because of its prominent position. The earliest recorded settlement is from the Early to Middle Bronze Age.

Brean Leisure Park
Brean Leisure Park

Brean Leisure Park in Somerset is the ideal destination for a great family day out. With Brean Splash Waterpark & Gym, Brean Golf Club, Brean Play, The Tavern and Bucket & spade and Brean Theme Park, entertainment venues and a wide variety of eateries and restaurants you and the family will be spoilt for choice.

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Brent Knoll
Brent Knoll

Brent Knoll is a 137-metre-high (449 ft) hill on the Somerset Levels, in Somerset, England. It is located roughly halfway between Weston-super-Mare and Bridgwater, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) from the Bristol Channel coast at Burnham-on-Sea.

Brent Knoll Camp
Brent Knoll Camp

Location of Brent Knoll Camp in Somerset Brent Knoll Camp is an Iron Age Hill fort at Brent Knoll, 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, England. It has been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument (No: 24001), and is now in the care of the National Trust.

Cadbury Hill
Cadbury Hill

Congresbury is named after St Congar, who is said to have performed three miracles in the area. The second part of the name is thought to come from burh meaning fortified place. The remains of an Iron Age hill fort at Cadbury Hill have been discovered, as well as a Roman villa, temple and hoard of coins.

Castle Batch
Castle Batch

Castle Batch Community Primary School. Looking forward to seeing everyone at Sports Day on Tuesday 12th June for the events and our family picnic!

Castle Batch Norman Motte
Castle Batch Norman Motte

Motte at Castle Batch is a Scheduled Monument in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

Crazy Hills Putting
Crazy Hills Putting

Crazy Hills Putting in Weston super Mare detailed information guide, opening times, reviews and directions for your visit | Picniq.

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Devil's Bridge
Devil's Bridge

The Devils Bridge is a Grade II listed building in Weston-Super-Mare, North Somerset, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

Directional Concrete Arrow
Directional Concrete Arrow

Concrete Directional Arrow on Challochglass Moor (Image: David Baird) Isolated and alone on Dumfries and Galloway’s rugged Challochglass Moor, this abandoned concrete directional arrow might be the best preserved of all those featured in this article.

Druid's Temple
Druid's Temple

Druids, the ancient priests of Britain and Ireland, have long intrigued and kindled the imagination of large popular audiences. The stereotypical image of the white robed wise man, carrying perhaps a golden sickle and mistletoe, or clasping a white staff, remains strong with us today, the outcome of many centuries of thinking and invention.

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Flat Holm
Flat Holm

Weston-super-Mare: a History and Celebration of the Town. Frith Book Company. ISBN 978-1-904938-54-5. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). History of the Parish Church of All Saints, Weston-super-Mare. ISBN 978-1-872732-00-8. Crockford-Hawley, John (1990). A History of St Saviour's Church Weston-super-Mare. Crockford-Hawley, John (2004).

Grand Pier, Weston-Super-Mare
Grand Pier, Weston-Super-Mare

Exit M5 at junction 21, take the third exit towards Weston-super-Mare and follow signs to 'seafront' and Grand Pier (approximately three miles). By Train A7 minute walk from the station, walk west towards the town and sea front, the Grand Pier is half a mile away.

Historic Plaque
Historic Plaque

Landmarks and Historic sites in Weston Super Mare: information and reviews on Weston Super Mare Landmarks and Historic sites. The best monuments and popular attractions not to be missed when visiting Weston Super Mare.

Lambretta Scooter Museum
Lambretta Scooter Museum

This is a must see if you are in or near Weston Super Mare... Chaney's World Home Page: Lambretta Museum Next Page

Locking Castle Norman Fort
Locking Castle Norman Fort

Welcome to Locking Castle Church, Weston-super-Mare! Following the way of Jesus, serving the Community. Locking Castle church is a vibrant Christian community located next to Morrisons supermarket near M5 Jn 21 in Weston.

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lol Beach
lol Beach

Weston Super Mare Beach, Weston-super-Mare: ... sampled the fairy floss lol, ... Is there any smaller rides for children aged 5 in may on Weston beach area.

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Mendip Snowsport Centre
Mendip Snowsport Centre

Information about Mendip Snowsport Centre, Sandford. ... Weston-super-Mare . ... Great Britain's Izzy Atkin wins bronze in the women's ski slopestyle

North Somerset Bird Of Prey Centre
North Somerset Bird Of Prey Centre

North Somerset Bird Of Prey Centre about us We are a private falconry centre and breeding facility that only opens its doors to our visitors centre on just six days a year.

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Pebble Summerhouse
Pebble Summerhouse

Summerhousepub.co.uk Summerhouse, Weston Super Mare. Welcome to the Summerhouse, a relaxed and welcoming pub in Worle. Keywords: Marston's PLC, Breweries, Pubs, Pub News, Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries, pub chain, local pub, traditional pub, locals, fashionable town centre bars, family restaurants.

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Poets Walk
Poets Walk

Coleridge, whilst staying in a cottage nearby composed the poem The Eolian Harp, one of his influential Conversation poems – whilst Tennyson’s great, close friend Arthur Hallam, the subject of the poet’s In Memoriam A.H.H. is buried in the church of St Andrew on the course of the walk.

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Prince Consort Gardens
Prince Consort Gardens

The Prince Consort Gardens is a municipal park created in the 1860s. Brief history of site The gardens were planted in the 1860s and named in memory of Prince Albert.

Sand Bay Beach
Sand Bay Beach

Sand Bay is a long, expanse of sand and shingle, lying just 2 miles north of Weston-super-Mare, and across the Bristol Channel from South Wales. Popular with both beachcombers and horse riders due to it being long and flat.

SeaQuarium Weston
SeaQuarium Weston

SeaQuarium Weston is situated on it's own unique pier on Weston-super-Mare seafront. The aquarium showcases a range of freshwater, marine and tropical species from around the world in 10 different zones.

Steep Holm
Steep Holm

Steep Holm (Welsh: Ynys Rhonech, Old English: Ronech and later Steopanreolice) is an English island lying in the Bristol Channel. The island covers 48.87 acres (19.78 ha) at high tide, expanding to 63.26 acres (25.60 ha) at mean low water.

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The Helicopter Museum
The Helicopter Museum

The world’s only airworthy Bristol Sycamore has returned home to the Helicopter Museum and Weston-super-Mare after 60 years! It will be on display to visitors for the next 2 weeks 🚁 Find out more on BBC West and ITV News West this evening.

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The Italian Gardens
The Italian Gardens

Town Square The Town Square in Weston-super-Mare town centre is a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. With lawns to picnic on, lots of space for children to run around and benches to meet with friends.

The North Somerset Butterfly House
The North Somerset Butterfly House

North Somerset Butterfly House is a secret paradise in the heart of the West Country where you can surround ... Weston-Super-Mare Treasure ... SS Great Britain;

Type 22 Pillbox
Type 22 Pillbox

A World War Two Pillbox at the old Weston-Super-Mare Airport which was constructed in the 1930s. The first schedueled services strarted in 1936.

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Type 24 Pill Box
Type 24 Pill Box

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Type Pill Box
Type Pill Box

A World War Two Pillbox at the old Weston-Super-Mare Airport which was constructed in the 1930s. The first schedueled services strarted in 1936. By 1938, a passenger terminal and administration building had been completed, along with a side opening hangar.

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Uphill Beach
Uphill Beach

Behind the beach and following the course of the Axe is Uphill Local Nature Reserve. As well as an abundance of wildlife there is also a tower atop the hill which gives great views of the beach and coast below.

Weston Bay
Weston Bay

Weston-super-Mare is a tourist destination, with its long sandy beach, Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare Museum, Grand Pier, SeaQuarium aquarium and seasonal Wheel of Weston. A 2009 survey by Visit England placed the Grand Pier in the top ten free attractions in England.

Weston Super Mare Beach
Weston Super Mare Beach

Looking to visit Weston-Super-Mare's amazing Beach?...If so, you have come to the right place!...Click here to get the latest Beach information direct from the official Weston-Super-Mare tourism site!

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Weston-Super-Mare Museum
Weston-Super-Mare Museum

Welcome to Weston Museum, which displays the history of North Somerset from the ancient past right up to the present. Free entry and family friendly!

Worlebury Hill
Worlebury Hill

Worlebury Hill is the name given to an upland area lying between the flatlands of Weston-super-Mare and the Kewstoke area of North Somerset, England. Worlebury Hill's rises from sea level to its highest point of 109 metres (358 ft), and the western end of the hill forms a peninsula, jutting out into the Bristol Channel, between Weston Bay and Sand Bay.

Worlebury Hillfort
Worlebury Hillfort

Worlebury (Hillfort) ... Weston-Super-Mare (2km S) OS Ref (GB ... Preserving an ‘at risk’ ancient monument in Weston-super-Mare is a priority for ...