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Best things to do in South West England

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

National Park
“You are staying in the Dartmoor National Park. A blustery walk will definitely be worth it.”
244 locals recommend
“Lovely country pubs, restaurants & country houses & villages. New forest ponies, donkeys & beautiful scenery”
136 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“One Of The Wonders Of The World And The Best-Known Prehistoric Monument In Europe. Stone Henge is worth the drive.”
164 locals recommend
“Incredible setting for dramatic performances, close to some of Cornwall's most stunning beaches. Book early in peak season and bring (or hire) a cushion!”
218 locals recommend
“Highly recommend a visit - the inside design & decor has to be seen to be believed! ”
105 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“World famous site with Mediterranean and tropical biomes Zip Wire Cafe Only about 20 mins away ”
267 locals recommend
Historic Site
“HOME>THE ROMAN BATHSPrevious Next1234567 About The Roman Baths is the site of extensive ruins and an interactive museum filled with many treasures and visual snippets that transport you back to Roman times and the lives of the Aquae Sulis people. Walk on ancient pavements as the Romans did 2,000 years ago, and explore ancient chambers historically housing changing rooms and tepid plunge pools”
167 locals recommend
“Hosts various events all year round. Also tours of the stadium are available.”
104 locals recommend
History Museum
“It Wales most visited attraction.It stands in the grounds of at fagans castle,a late 16th century manor house donated to the people of Wales by the earl of Plymouth.It has over fifty original buildings from different locations of Wales and from different historical periods.Each building frozen in time.So fascinating to see.Beautiful scenery.”
101 locals recommend
“Beautiful gardens, grounds, walled gardens, farm animals, great cafe, shop, child and dog friendly”
136 locals recommend
Art Museum
“What can I say - it's the Tate - the name says it all. You can sometimes see dolphins from the cafe window!”
149 locals recommend
“The Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens. See rhinos, zebras, camels, lions, leopards, red pandas and many other endangered species. There are two undercover reptile houses and a bat house. Children will also enjoy the Farmyard, Adventure Play-ground and Narrow Gauge Railway. Extensive lawn areas for picnics.”
80 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Most visited national trust site in the UK even if you do not go inside the walk across is breath taking ”
148 locals recommend
“Britain' s only natural thermal spa, located in the historic city of Bath, offers traditional and state-of-the-art spa facilities.”
158 locals recommend
History Museum
“The brainchild of our most famous honorary Bristolian, Isambard Kingdom Brunel; this iconic steam ship is the heart of a multi-award winning visitor attraction.”
99 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“Britains tallest spire! Its a must see! formally known as the cathedral church of the blessed Virgin Mary, it is an Anglican cathedral in Salisbury. The cathedral is regarded as one of the leading examples of Early English architecture. ”
79 locals recommend