• 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...