Family Days Out

Roman Baths, Bath

1 hour from Wall Eden
Bath is a beautiful city, so much so that it is now a World Heritage Site; well known for it’s Abbey, the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and of course it’s magical Christmas Market every year! There is a whole host of fantastic museums and attractions within the City and the splendid architecture is some of the finest in Europe.

There are hundreds of shops; both the usual outlet shops and quirky unusual shopping experiences, plus plenty of pubs and restaurants to try out! Bath is also the only place in the UK where you can bathe in natural hot spa water, first used by the Romans.

If you’re into your Rugby, then why not watch Bath RFC who play their trade in the top-flight of the English Premiership. Just ask and we can help you find tickets.



30 minutes from Wall Eden

Glastonbury is steeped in history, from tales of King Alfred and the Isle of Avalon, the visit of Joseph of Arimathea and of course the famous Tor. Glastonbury has a magical feeling, with interesting and bespoke shops as well as some lovely places to dine or grab a spot of lunch.

Some of Glastonbury’s main attractions include the Abbey, Tor, Chalice Well Gardens and of course Glastonbury Festival, all of which make for a great time.

Burnham-On-Sea & Brean


15 minutes from Wall Eden

Burnham-On-Sea boasts seven miles of sandy beaches, wonderful seaside walks and plenty of great value pubs and restaurants to eat and drink. The beach offers donkey rides, arcades and sandcastle building for the youngsters and not to forget great fish and chips! Plenty of fun can be had on the miles of sandy beaches with great views of Bridgwater Bay and the Welsh coast in front of you.

The town centre, just 50 metres from the beach, has a mix of high street shops and a number of more traditional outlets, not to mention some nice places eat and drink.

Brean Leisure Park: South West’s Largest Fun Park! For a great fun-filled day out, something for all the family.

Weston Super Mare

weston pier

35 minutes from Wall Eden

Weston-Super-Mare grew significantly in the 19th century with the rise in popularity of sea side resorts and some of these same Victorian charms still bring thousands of visitors to Weston each year. There are many attractions, including the famous Grand Pier Amusements, Aquarium, Helicopter Museum and a busy town centre which boasts an array of shops.

The town also holds its famous ‘T4 on the Beach’ festival during the summer.



30 minutes from Wall Eden

Cheddar is a village situated on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills. There is lots to see at Cheddar; such as Cheddar Gorge, Caves and Wookey hole!

Cheddar Gorge is the UK’s biggest gorge with dramatic cliffs rising 450 feet and amazing caverns. The site is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has many fascinating stories of prehistoric ancestors and an international centre for caving and rock climbing. Wookey Hole is a great family day out with a spectacular cave system, the infamous Wookey Witch and many more fun things to do.

Cheddar Caves is only a 30 minute drive from Wall Eden Farm, great for the whole family, even on a rainy day! Cheddar has far more to offer than caves, why not take a tour around the famous Cheddar Cheese Factory, wander around all the quirky shops or relax with a cup of coffee in the many tea rooms in the Gorge. If you are feeling adventurous why not try a bit of rock climbing! Or take a lovely walk through one of Somerset’s greatest wonders: the Gorge itself.

Wookey Hole! Do we say more… Home of the Wookey Witch. Take the tour and hear the sad story of this local woman who lived in the caves. These caves go through the Mendip Hills and is a wonderful spot. After you have taken the tour, its not over! You can wander around the old mill , watch paper being made, see the amazing youth circus and much more. To see opening times and more information visit



35 minutes from Wall Eden

Taunton is an ancient market town and is known as the ‘Capital of Somerset’. It is a lovely town with a host of interesting shops, places to eat, a museum, leisure facilities, county cricket, horse racing, theatre and much more.

Dunster Castle

1 hour from Wall Eden

The village of Dunster boasts a fantastic castle which dates back to the times of William the Conqueror!

In more recent periods the castle has been used as an impressive country home by the Luttrell family, who have resided at the castle for 600 years.

A great day out at a National Trust property.

Wells Cathedral

40 minutes from Wall Eden

Wells Cathedral is located in the medieval city of Wells and is spectacular!

It is a must see, with its breathtaking architecture and calming atmosphere thousands of visitors and pilgrims have been inspired over the years.

The city of Wells also has a range of great places to eat and shop.

The Fleet Air Arm Museum

45 minutes from Wall Eden


The Fleet Air Arm Museum allows guests to step through the ages of naval aviation, from 1909 to the present day. Including aircraft from both World Wars and Concorde, a total of 102 aircraft.




Other places to visit in Somerset

  • Longleat Safari Park – 1 hour 10 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm – 33 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Haynes International Motor Museum – 55 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre – 35 minutes from Wall Eden
  • West Somerset Railway – 1 hour from Wall Eden

Free days out and places to see in Somerset

Across Somerset there are a wide variety of places you can visit for free, and where you are in complete charge of what you spend. No entrance fees just great places to spend time.

  • Uphill Nature Reserve (nr Weston-Super-Mare) – 25 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Bridgwater (and its famous Carnival) – 20 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Wedmore Village – 20 minutes from Wall Eden
  • Street (Clark’s Village Shopping Outlet) – 30 minutes from Wall Eden