Local Tourist Attractions

A number fantastic attractions and businesses are within a few minutes drive.

Clevedon

Clevedon

Clevedon is 15-20 minutes from Milton’s Country Lodge and is the nearest seaside town, – a definate place to checkout if you are in the area! This charming seaside town whose elegance and appeal has plenty to offer all ages. Here, sand gives way to a pebbled shoreline, backed by largely unspoilt Victorian architecture. The restored Grade I listed pier dates from 1869 and is recognised as one of the finest in the country. Cream teas are available in the Pavilion at the end of the pier. There is a amazing Waverley paddle steamer and her sister ship the Balmoral pleasure cruiser are frequent callers at the pier during the summer months for cruises down the Somerset and Devon coast and to Wales. Clevedon’s beach side/coastal walks offer stunning views of...

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Cheddar Caves

Cheddar Caves

MMilton’s Country Lodge is located 15-20 minutes from the incredible Cheddar Caves and Gorge. Explore the spectacular splendour of Britain’s most breathtaking stalactite cavern where Cheddar Man, Britain’s oldest skeleton, was found. Audio guides bring the cave to life for kids and adults, telling the fascinating story of its Ice Age creation, Stone Age occupation and Victorian exploration. In Gough’s Cave a shimmering brilliantly coloured underground sanctuary with fantastic calcite sculptures, dancing fountains, mirror pools and music evocative of a more spiritual world. A striking contrast to Gough’s Cave. Kids love to follow the Crystal Quest and meet the Lord of Darkness and his evil dragon. CHEDDAR GORGE XTREME This is your...

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M Shed Bristol

M Shed Bristol

This is the only Bristol based museum dedicated to telling the true and incredible history of the city of Bristol. Located on the historic dockside, Bristol’s flagship museum has been designed to retain the unique character of the former 1950s transit shed. Three galleries reveal the fascinating story of the city and its unique place in the world. From prehistoric times to the present day, explore the history of Bristol through the objects and stories of the people who made the city what it is today. One of the main purposes or missions of the is great museum is to: “inspire people to enjoy and learn from the city’s collections and the stories they tell about Bristol and the world.” It does this by offering a wide range of services...

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Bristol Science Museum

Bristol Science Museum

Another great place when visiting the area, – At Bristol is an incredible state of the art interactive science centre, offering an amazing world of hands on discovery for you, your family and your friends. At-Bristol involves people of all ages in an incredible journey through the workings of the world around us. Plus there is always something new to discover with At-Bristol’s programme of special exhibitions, from animation to flight and illusions to water! The chrome-plated, futuristic sphere in Millennium Square is where you’ll find the Planetarium, where you can sit back and take a trip to the stars beneath an immersive domed screen in the seasonal star show, which is just one of many brilliant attractions housed within At-Bristol. Have you...

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See No Evil

See No Evil

A permanent art project (world famous) located in the centre of Bristol, presenting world class and leading artists, this is a must see since not only because it is the largest in the UK but its also free!! See No Evil is an art project of international standard based on Nelson Street in Bristol City Centre. It Brings together a selection of the worlds best street artists to create a huge outdoor gallery. Milton’s have had a number of artists stay during the summer months since the peace and tranquility away from the busy city allows time for relaxing. Heavily influenced by the hip-hop culture that exploded in the late 1970’s early 1980’s across America, street art comprises of hip-hop music, B-Boy dance and graffiti art. Inkie, the events are...

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Bristol

Bristol

The City Of Bristol is 30 minutes drive from Milton’s, however if you are visiting the south side (just 15 minutes) of the city Milton’s is ideally located for a quick commut along either the A38 or the A370, both take you directly into the South side of the city. There are a huge selection of world class attractions on the South Side of Bristol, from Britain’s most acclaimed historic ship, its most iconic suspension bridge, the world’s fifth oldest zoo, one of Europe’s leading interactive science centres to an outstanding network of free city museums. View a selection of the best hotspots of Bristol, click for more information.   Top Bristol attractions   See No Evil Just a short drive From Milton’s is the largest Street art...

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