Step back into the heart of fashionable 18th Century life in the Bath Assembly Rooms situated in the centre of Bath. They are also home to the Fashion Museum.
Cheap & Free Days Out - South West
Looking to explore the UK? Then check out our directory of Cheap & Free Days Out for you, your friends and your family. Some places don't charge an entry fee so all you need to worry is what you’re packing in your picnic!
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Learn all about the vital role that Bath has played in the development of the British postal service. YOu can read biographies of key figures and explore the history of the post.
You can see their piston-powered & jet aircraft and RAF Rescue helicopter, parked alongside our runway, displayed in a spacious and natural setting.
Discover one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities in the country at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester. You can also experience life as a Roman and visit a Roman Garden. Adults... Read more »
Why not heead to the Falmouth Art Gallery where you can see works by major British artists including Dame Laura Knight RA, William Strang RA and many more. The gallery has one of the leading art... Read more »
Why not take a look around an immaculately restored early Tudor merchant's house in Axbridge, Somerset. It is the home to a fascinating local history museum.
The Newlyn Art Gallery showcases the very best of national and international work, including a majority of works produced in the region.The newly refurbished gallery reopened on 7th July 2007,... Read more »
Head to the picturesque Somerset village of Dowlish Wake where the cider mills and visitor centre still occupies the original family farm. You can sample the atmosphere of old West Country life and... Read more »
Trace the Royal National Lifeboart Institution's history and development using the selection of painting, photographs, lifeboat models and other objects to help you learn.
The museum holds an exciting collection of fine art and world cultures, a famous unwrapped mummy and a collection of minerals and even a large gold nugget!
The centrepiece of the Somerset Rural Life Museum is the magnificent fourteenth-century Abbey bard. The bard and the farm buildings surround the courtyard illustrate the tools and techniques of... Read more »
Whilst adults have to pay the price of £8.55 for joint site admission, people under aged 18 get in free. The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is a unique experience and a remarkable... Read more »