• Marston Magna

    In a field south of Marston Magna church are the remains of a rectangular moat and two fishponds. The moat dates from about 1300 and...

  • Bridgwater BrickKiln

    The brick kiln is the last surviving structure from Barham's Brick and Tile Works. Barnham Brothers were one of many Bridgwater firms producing clay products...

  • Taunton Castle

    The 12th-century Castle stood at the centre of the great Taunton estates of the bishops of Winchester. Its defences were seldom tested until a destructive...

  • The Abbey BarnGlastonbury

    The Abbey Barn was built in about the 1340s. It was one of five barns belonging to Glastonbury Abbey, the others being at Pilton, Doulting, West...

  • ChandosGlass Cone

    Once the site of a colossal structure built in 1725, only the base of the Chandos Glass Cone remains. The cone was originally used for...

  • Deer Leap

    Deer Leap has some of the most breathtaking views in Somerset. On a clear day you can see as far as the Quantock Hills and...

  • CothelstoneHill

    Cothelstone Hill near Taunton is the site of a Bronze Age barrow, the ruins of a folly and a post-medieval tree-ring enclosure. It is managed...

  • Blackmoor Charterhouse

    This heritage site includes the historic lead mining area at Charterhouse. It is managed in partnership with the Mendip Hills AONB Service and is a...

1Marston Magna

Garston Ln, Yeovil BA22 8DW, UK

2Bridgwater BrickKiln

brick and tile museum bridgwater

3Taunton Castle

The Museum of Somerset, Castle Green, Taunton, UK

4The Abbey BarnGlastonbury

Somerset Rural Life Museum, Abbey Farm, Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury, UK

5ChandosGlass Cone

51.1315433798332,-3.00388992885251

6Deer Leap

51.2405685967264,-2.69046043694747

7CothelstoneHill

51.0889727217709,-3.14301244967916

8Blackmoor Charterhouse

51.2980312903669,-2.71081471577262