Stuck indoors when it’s raining outside? We’ve put together a few ideas for you so you’ll always have something to do…
Cheddar Gorge and Caves
One of Britain’s most astounding natural landmarks and largest Gorge, Cheddar is only a short drive from Strawberryfield Park. Experience firsthand the local nature, wildlife, history and adventure that Cheddar Gorge has to offer.
You can purchase a day ticket for only £16.95* if you book online.
Longleat House and Safari Park
This is probably one of the most popular things to do in and around Somerset and you can even purchase a combo ticket with Cheddar Gorge and Caves!
With this ticket, you’ll benefit from the Gorge, the caves, Longleat Safari Park including Cheetah Kingdom, Monkey Drive through and the famous lions of Longleat. The fun doesn’t stop there! You’ll also have access to jungle Jungle Kingdom, Monket Temple, Longleat Railway, Adventure Castle and of course, Longleat House and the main gardens.
The combo ticket is available to book online for £41.98* per adult.
The smallest City in England and home to some of the most famous and rememberable filming locations, Wells is also home to one of the most captivating pieces of architecture. This French, Gothic inspired building is open to members of the public based on donations and tours run throughout the week also.
Perfect for animal lovers and a rainy-day trip, Seaquarium is only 11 miles from Strawberryfield Park and features species from all around the world. With 9 different zones and the outdoor Sea Lion Cove, this incredible underwater display is well worth a visit.
The Roman Baths
During my first visit to The Roman Baths, I’ll admit I was a little sceptical about it. Not because of the historical factor but because it seemed to me a lot of money just to see the famous pool everyone Instagram’s so frequently. I can, however, tell you there is a hell of a lot more than just a historical pool and I learnt more than expected too so it also ticks the educational factor. With a ticket, you’ll of course have access although not able to swim in the original pool, you can see the hot tub fuelled by natural gas, historical artefacts and the sauna. Although I knew beforehand just how much the Romans did for us to this day, but I definitely underestimated just how clever they really were.