Here are links for just a few of the local attractions.
With new attractions, great new facilities and the classic glory of Britain’s most spectacular underground caverns, the centuries-old site near Wells in Somerset has been given a brand new lease of life.http://www.wookey.co.ukBristol Zoo
Bristol Zoo Gardens is a 12 acre site in Clifton that is run by the The Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society.http://www.bristolzoo.org.ukNorth Somerset Museum
North Somerset Museum tells the story of North Somerset through the objects in its care. The museum is in Weston-super-Mare and offers a range of heritage services.http://www.n-somerset.gov.uk/Enjoying/Museums/SeaQuarium
Weston-super-Mare Sea Life Centre stands on it's own pier - the first to be built in Britain for almost a century. Here you will discover the fascinating secrets beneath the Severn Estuary and the sea beyond.http://www.seaquariumweston.co.ukThe Helicopter Museum
The Helicopter Museum is Weston-super-Mare's largest undercover all weather attraction and a fun place for all the family, with a coffee shop, children's play area and a gift shop.http://www.helicoptermuseum.co.ukClarks Village
Clarks Village is the UK's first and foremost outlet shopping centre and has established itself as one of the premier shopping destinations in the country.http://www.clarksvillage.co.ukThe Playhouse
Having re-opened in 1969 after a fire, now the theatre can easily stage a wide variety of productions, from ballet and music to opera and drama.http://www.theplayhouse.co.ukBrunel's SS Great Britain
Step back in time on board Brunel’s SS Great Britain – the world’s first great ocean liner. Launched in 1843 to provide luxury travel to New York, the ship set new standards in engineering, reliability and speed. She was the world's first large iron ship and the first to be driven by a screw propeller.http://www.ssgreatbritain.orgGlastonbury Abbey
Every year, people from over seventy countries on six different continents visit the sacred site of Glastonbury Abbey in Somerset, England.
The 2,000 years of Christianity we are celebrating and remembering are forever rooted in the mystical land of Avalon where the story of Glastonbury Abbey began.http://www.glastonburyabbey.comThe Bishop's Palace
The Bishop’s Palace in Wells is a majestic building set within fortified walls and a moat. The Palace is surrounded by 14 acres of beautiful gardens and grounds, but is only a few minutes walk from the Cathedral, historic market place and central shopping area.http://www.bishopspalacewells.co.ukFleet Air Arm Museum
With exhibitions depicting naval technology from WWI to present day.http://www.fleetairarm.comCheddar Caves
A major tourist attraction for over 200 years, with plenty to do above and below ground. Outstanding Natural Beauty, where you'll find many rare species. The Cathedral-like Caves and Britain's biggest Gorge are million-year-old Ice Age river beds.http://www.cheddarcaves.co.ukWeston-Super-Mare Centre - 0.48 miles
With nearly 200 years of experience of welcoming holiday makers, its small wonder Weston remains as much of a magnet for visitors, as it always has. Weston boasts a beautiful promenade, stretching for 1 1/4 miles along the sandy beach. Break your walk by visiting Sea Life Centre, Grand Pier and Marine Lake (boating and paddling). There is a host of great places to visit within easy reach such as Cheddar Caves, Wookey Hole and the historic towns of Wells, Glastonbury and Bath. Weston is only 25 minutes drive from Bristol Internat