Somerset Tourist Venues...
Somerset has something for everyone of every age. You can explore the beautiful countryside, walk along the rugged coastline or explore the historic buildings which have stood the test of time.
In Wells, England's smallest city, you will find the Wells Cathedral which dates back to the 12th century and having been built in the Early English Gothic style, it features 296 medieval groups of sculpture.
The Cathedral is visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year, as well as hosting concerts and church services. You are able to visit Wells Cathedral any day of the year as well as attend one of the daily services held at the church.
There are free volunteer guides to show you around the Cathedral, as well as guide books to tell you the history of all of the features of the architecture.
There is also a restaurant situated in the original stone cloisters of Wells Cathedral. The meals are freshly prepared on the premises and just the thing to refresh you ready for your next exploration.
That next exploration may take you to the Cheddar Caves and Gorge Cave in Cheddar. The Cheddar Caves were inhabited by our ancestors around 40,000 years ago and are now home to spectacular stalactite and stalagmite forms. These caves are also said to have inspired JRR Tolkein in providing the setting for his Lord of the Rings Trilogy, when he visited the caves in 1916 on his honeymoon.
You are now able to take a ï¿½Crystal Quest' tour of the caves which creates a similar world of darkness and mystery in an underground adventure. For the even more adventurous, there are also Rock Sports Outdoor Pursuits, including adventure caving, climbing or abseiling.
After all of this exploring you may find you are a bit worn out. Therefore, before you set off, contact Limo Broker who will find you a limo hire company near Somerset to secure you the best price for limo hire. This way, you can do all of the exploring you want without having to worry about conserving energy for the drive home. Your chauffeur will also be more than happy to help you to load any souvenirs you have bought along the way.