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Bristol Views and Maps is a collection of general views of the City and County of Bristol, England, with a few maps to help visitors orientate themselves.
Banwell Castle welcome guests to the landmark buildings.situated between Cheddar Gorge and Weston-Super-Mare.
Adventure Playground & Death Slide, Undercover Soft Play Area, Pets Corner, Mini-Quad Bikes, Rowing Boats, and more. Located: Bath Road, Keynsham
Bristol's CofE cathedral. Website has phoyo gallery, details of services and forthcoming events.
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.
Sir Thomas Hungerford acquired and fortified Farleigh manor in 1370 and,over time, it became Farleigh Hungerford Castle. Of the original castle, the two south towers, parts of the curtain wall, the outer gatehouse, the 14th-century chapel and the crypt remain.
The 'best preserved Roman religious spa from the ancient world'.
Underground caverns, last surviving Hand Made Paper Mill and several other attractions.
An award-winning visitor centre overlooking nationally and internationally protected wetlands, this world famous site is an important wintering area for migrating waterbirds such as Bewick's Swans and houses WWT's species conservation programme.
Open 365 days a year for you to "relax and recharge", our unique collection contains around 18,000 trees and shrubs, covering 600 acres of Grade1 listed landscape. Enjoy a memorable day out among some of the tallest, oldest and rarest trees in the country.