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There are lots of places that you can see and visit in England here are some of the many exiting places that you can go:

This link will take you straight to the official bruton website where you can have a look at what makes bruton, also you can check out the history.

There are lots of exiting places to see in bruton like the iconic dove cote and the river brue.

Bruton

Wookey Hole Caves

Wookey hole caves is a good place to visit if you would like to spend the day with the family, the link above takes you to the wookey holes website where you can find out about the prices and where it is and also what activities are being planned that day.

Cheddar gorge

Once you have finished with wookey hole then you can go round to cheddar gorge which isn’t too far away and enjoy the scenery there while admiring the goats that are on top of the hills.

Glastonbury tor

Glastonbury tor is a brilliant spot in Glastonbury where you can take a walk up to St Michael's tower and experience the breath taking views overlooking a long way across the country side, it is also good for a family day out as you could have a picnic on top of the hill and take pictures of the scenery.

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Here is a map to locate Glastonbury tor if you need to.

Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare

Weston-super-mare is a brilliant place to go with the family as there is lots of things to do on the grand pier alone, as there are also lots of things you can do around Weston-super-mare such as relaxing on the beach when the weather is nice and enjoy beach front meals from any of the restaurants and fish and chip shops around the area.

Also it is a great place if you fancy going for a day out as the beach is always nice as well as the sea, so the hours will just fly by.

Hauser & Wirth Somerset

On foot

Hauser & Wirth Somerset is located on Dropping Lane, the Wincanton road just outside Bruton.

From Bruton town centre, walk towards the railway station and under the railway bridge.

Just past the bridge, there is a public footpath to the right through a field. Follow this uphill, across a driveway to the community garden area and cross the B3081 to reach Durslade Farm.


By road

Hauser & Wirth Somerset is situated on the B3081. Bruton has good road links within the South West and is easily accessible from the M3 / A303, M4 & M5. Driving from Wincanton along the B3081, Hauser & Wirth Somerset is situated on the right-hand side just as you come into Bruton. Coming from Frome, Shepton Mallet or yeovil, travel through Bruton, follow the signs towards the railway station and drive under the railway bridge. Hauser & Wirth Somerset is situated on the left-hand side.


By public transport

Bruton is situated on the Bristol to Weymouth train line. Hauser & Wirth Somerset is a 5 minute walk from the train station. A direct train service from London stops at the nearby Castle Cary and Gillingham stations. It takes approximately 15 minutes by car from Castle Cary / Gillingham to Bruton. A taxi rank is available at the station entrances. Buses run from Wincanton and Castle Cary to Bruton.

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