Visit Somerset

Whether you are planning on kicking back at the beach, rambling through wildflower meadows or exploring medieval castles, there is plenty to see and do in Somerset.

Home to world famous Glastonbury festival, the peaceful countryside of Somerset plays host to one of the biggest music events in the world. Each year 200,000 guests flock to the festival to enjoy live music from famous artists and various other attractions.

Foodies can enjoy deliciously fresh, home grown food in the county, with Somerset being home to national and world-famous produce. Fresh and artisan local food and drink can be enjoyed at pubs, eateries and farm shops all around the county. Home to some of the best ciders in the country, Somerset is renowned for being one of the biggest cider counties in the UK. With orchids around every corner, it is unsurprising the county produces some of the tastiest cider in the country. Cider lovers can visit a number of producers in the county, which offer guided tours around the farms, breweries and finally, the chance to taste cider fresh from the barrel.

If you are planning on staying in Somerset and looking for ideas on places to explore and visit, you may find our Things to do in Somerset page particularly helpful.

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