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Things to do in Cheddar

Bristol Transport - Rail, Coach and Bus

You can often make big savings when you research which method of travel you would like to use and book your tickets online. Transport providers will cut prices to those who book early, so it is definetly worth sorting out all transport to and from Bristol Airport in advance and saves a lot of hassle too!

Wookey Hole

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.

Bristol 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, registered charity no. 1104986.

North 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.

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.

The 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.

Clarks 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.

The 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.

Brunel'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.

Glastonbury Abbey

This is one of England's earliest, most important and most fascinating abbeys, providing sanctuary, tranquillity, history and heritage in one special place.

Fleet Air Arm Museum

With exhibitions depicting naval technology from WWI to present day.

Cheddar Caves


Explore Britain's biggest gorge from the dramatic cliffs rising 450ft to the stunning stalactite caverns. This world-famous site is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, reveals many fascinating stories of our prehistoric ancestors, and is an international centre for caving and rock climbing.


Bristol Airport - Airport

Bristol Airport - Airport

Distance 7.82 miles (12.59 km)
Bristol airport is 9 miles outside the city centre, just off the A38. From London take the M4 until Junction 19, then take the M32 Southbound, this turns into the A38. From the North take the M5 until Junction 18, then the A4 towards Bath taking the A38 turn off. From the South take M5 north until Junction 22, then take the A38 towards Bristol and follow signs for the airport. Short and long term parking is available. Car hire is available from the airport. The nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads in Bristol town centre. Regular trains run throughout the week from Bristol Temple Meads station to London, Swindon, Cardiff, Bath and Exeter.

Worlebury Golf Club - Avon - Golf

Worlebury Golf Club - Avon - Golf

Distance 9.57 miles (15.41 km)
There can be few more historic places to test your handicap than at the long-established Worlebury Golf Club, near Weston super Mare. It was founded in 1908 by Henry Butt, a local philanthropist, with a group of like minded prominent businessmen, initially for their own enjoyment. This traditional parkland course offers all the challenges of golf in a hilly terrain - with an excellent mix of holes providing a stiff challenge to both low and high handicappers, under the watchful eye of club professional Gary Marks, club captain Martin Ford and club secretary Mike Wake.

Weston-Super-Mare Golf Club - Weston-Super-Mare - Golf

Weston-Super-Mare Golf Club - Weston-Super-Mare - Golf

Distance 9.73 miles (15.67 km)
Our Course, which was officially opened on the 24th September 1892, is unusual. It is by the seaside, but is not truly a seaside links in the sense that dunes do not form part of the challenge but are rather the seaward boundary of the course. There are few trees on the course, more likely large shrubs. The overall impression is of wide horizons and masses of sky. In summer the greens are fast and true, the fairways tight and the rough punishing. In winter the course is rarely closed and is always played off real tees, just occasionally, depending on the weather, it may be necessary to use temporary greens but this is no more than a few days each year.

Burnham and Berrow Golf Club - Burnham-On-Sea - Golf

Burnham and Berrow Golf Club - Burnham-On-Sea - Golf

Distance 9.84 miles (15.83 km)
Welcome To Burnham and Berrow Golf Club, Burnham & Berrow Golf Club is one of the natural Championship links courses which stretch down the west coast of England from Royal Birkdale in the north to Westward Ho! in the south. Throughout the years, Burnham has gained an honoured place in golf; it is a great test and although not easy its layout is such that it is not unduly harsh on moderate players. Burnham has played host to English Mens and Ladies Amateur Championships, the British Boys Championship, the Tillman Trophy the PGA Seniors Championship and other important events such as the annual West of England Open Amateur Championship which is always played at Burnham.