Welcome To Somerset Routes!
From museums, to historic railways, castles, gardens, stately homes and archaeological sites - Somerset has it all.
Somerset Routes is your online guide to exploring the county and discovering its hidden gems. With over 120 sites to choose from, there’s something for everyone.
Explore the interactive map to find out what's in Somerset, then choose a line and travel it at your leisure.
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The heritage sites of Somerset have been broken down into seven easy-to-travel lines. Choose a line and explore it at your leisure.Alfred & Levels Line
Travel on a journey stretching back 5000 years, discovering ancient settlements, legendary kings, medieval abbeys and civil war sites.Battle Line
This circular 85 mile line takes you through a range of different landscapes from the Somerset Levels, Mendips and Polden Hills to the coastline.Castle Line
Over 30 miles of scenic roads take you to some of the finest castles, buildings and palaces in the county, from England's smallest city to the Bath border.Country Line
Get the taste of Somerset in just 23 miles of ancient sites, glorious gardens and parks and take advantage of the obligatory cricket and cider stops.Hamstone Line
Discover 55 miles of stately homes and beautiful gardens nestled between traditional orchards and rural villages.Kings' Line
40 miles of hidden delights with everything from secret gardens and prehistoric settlements to supercars and fighter planes.Quantock & Coast Line
The winding scenic roads of this line incorporates historic houses, castles and abbeys to collections of modern plastics, boats and dolls.E-Newsletter
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The majority of museums contain far more objects than they can possible display to the public. Frome Museum is no exception.... Read more27th May 2017 - 24th September 2017 at Glastonbury Abbey
The abbey ruins have provided an exciting starting point for an exhibition of ceramics by two Somerset potters. The work of Elizabeth... Read more1st July 2017 - 1st October 2017 at Glastonbury Abbey
Summer Sculptures 1st July – 1st October 2017 The work of 17 West Country sculptors will be on show in the beautiful... Read moreView all events