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We welcome walking groups. Why not stop in for a drink or light lunch before or after completing a walk around the delightful village of Chew Magna and the Valley of The River Chew 

Suggested walking route:   http://www.travelbristol.org/sites/default/files/countryside-walk30.pdf

 

Attractions near Chew Magna

 

Bristol Industrial Museum (5 Miles)*

Come and see the fascinating Museum of Bristol at work. Over 400 exhibits to see, housed in historic transport sheds and in a stunning dockside location.

 

British Empire and Commonwealth Museum (6 Miles)*

The British Empire & Commonwealth Museum represents the first serious attempt in the United Kingdom to present a publicly accessible history of the British empire and to examine its continuing impact on Britain and the rest of the world.

 

At-Bristol (6 Miles)*

Explore-At-Bristol is one of Britain's most exciting hands-on science centres. Packed full of more than 300 interactive exhibits and fascinating special exhibitions.

 

Bristol's Georgian House (6 Miles)*

A carefully preserved example of a late 18th-century sugar merchant's town house.

 

Bristols City Museum and Art Gallery (6 Miles)*

Bristol Museum containing collections representing the arts, human history and natural science.

 

Bristol's Red Lodge (6 Miles)*

Built c. 1590, it was in the grounds of the Great House which stood on the site of the present Colston Hall. Inside on the first floor, is the last surviving suite of 16th-century rooms in Bristol.

 

Bristol Zoo Gardens (6 Miles)*

A visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens is a trip to an amazing world of animals, all within 12 acres of beautiful gardens.

 

Cheddar Caves and Gorge (8 Miles)*

Cheddar Gorge, a place of wild and rugged beauty, is a karst limestone and calcareous grassland Nature Reserve and home to many rare plants and animals, including endangered Greater Horseshoe bats.

 

Milton Lodge Gardens (9 Miles)*

Mature Grade 2 listed terraced garden with outstanding views of Wells Cathedral and the Vale of Avalon. There are mixed borders, roses and fine trees. Separate 7 acre arboretum.

 

Blaise Castle House Museum (9 Miles)*

The museum features displays of everyday life in and around Bristol, including toys, costumes and domestic equipment. It stands in extensive grounds and woodland.

 

Wookey Hole Caves (10 Miles)*

Britain's most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey.

 

Number 1 Royal Crescent (11 Miles)*

No.1 Royal Crescent is a magnificently restored Georgian town house that creates a vital picture of life in Georgian Bath. Built between 1767-1774 to the designs of the architect John Wood the Younger.

 

Theatre Royal Bath (11 Miles)*

Now more than two hundred years old, the beautiful Georgian Theatre Royal Bath offers a year-round programme of top-quality drama, comedy, opera, dance and frequent Sunday concerts in the Main House.

 

Bath Assembly Rooms (11 Miles)*

The Ball Room, Octagon, Tea Room and Card Room of the magnificent Assembly Rooms were used in the eighteenth century for dancing, music, card playing, tea drinking and conversation.

 

Fashion Museum (11 Miles)*

Follow the story of fashion, from the late sixteenth century to the present day, at The Fashion Museum.

 

* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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