Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre, Stoke St. Gregory

Discover the history and art of the traditional industry of willow growing and basket making in Somerset. Did you know? The Centre is owned by the Coate family, who have been growing willow on the Somerset Levels since 1819. Address Meare Green Court Stoke St Gregory Taunton Somerset TA3 6HY Telephone 01823 490249 Website http://www.englishwillowbaskets.co.ukContinue reading Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre, Stoke St. Gregory

Weston Museum, Weston-super-Mare

Weston Museum tells the fascinating story of Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area from 400 million years ago to the present day. The museum celebrates the history of Weston-super-Mare and its surrounding areas from prehistoric times to the present day using the distinctive historic building, the former Weston Gas Light Company, which houses the diverse museum … Continue reading Weston Museum, Weston-super-Mare

Wells and Mendip Museum

The museum is the gateway to Wells and the Mendips and includes a Visitor Information Centre. Wells and Mendip Museum tells the story of the Mendip landscape and its inhabitants, with a large collection of geological specimens, as well as archaeological and social history artefacts. Explore the diverse collection which includes fossils, medieval carved sculpture, … Continue reading Wells and Mendip Museum

The Museum of Somerset, Taunton

Housed in Taunton’s historic castle, the Museum of Somerset tells the county's fascinating story from prehistoric times to the present day. Within the 12th century castle walls you’ll find contemporary gallery spaces and great family visitor facilities, all situated within the vibrant town centre. With an amazing nine themed galleries, each with its own distinctive … Continue reading The Museum of Somerset, Taunton

Dulverton Heritage Centre

See the fascinating past of this unique Exmoor town. Discover the story of the Red Deer and Granny Baker's cottage. Explore the Exmoor Oral History archive, old photos and unique local cinefilm footage.  Discover the local individuals who died in WWI and  learn of their family's history.  Visit the fascinating model railway of Dulverton Station … Continue reading Dulverton Heritage Centre

Dovery Manor Museum, Porlock

Explore this restored 15th century manor house nestled in the historic village of Porlock. It is home to a collection of local artefacts, photographs, books and tools from Porlock, Porlock Vale adjoining villages and communities. In addition, we have a themed exhibition, usually in the 'Solar', currently 'Farming through the year' This is a summer … Continue reading Dovery Manor Museum, Porlock

Bruton Museum

We tell the story of Bruton’s past and present through the display of artefacts from the Jurassic, Roman, Saxon and medieval times, along with more contemporary displays.  Domestic objects,  20th century shoes, the unique sculptures of  WWII German refugee, Ernst Blensdorf and the writing desk used by the American writer John Steinbeck, who lived in … Continue reading Bruton Museum

Alfred Gillett Trust, Street

The Alfred Gillett Trust is a Street-based charity that preserves and promotes the heritage collections of C & J Clark Ltd. and the Clark family, which established the globally-recognised shoe company in 1825. Founded by members of the Clark family, the collection now contains over 100,000 items relating to the shoemaking industry, social history, the … Continue reading Alfred Gillett Trust, Street