Discover the best top things to do in Burnham-On-Sea, United Kingdom (UK) including Brean Down, Berrow Beach, Brent Knoll Camp, Sensory Time & Little Slingers, Rookery Retreat & Spa, Wall Eden Adventure, Uphill Local Nature Reserve, Weston Sand Sculpture Festival, Queens Arms Bleadon, Lock & Code Escape Rooms.
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4.5 based on 675 reviews
On our way to camp site near Chew Magna lake and stopped off here to run our dog...miles of lovely sand and a great spot to park up on the beach
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Rather than muddy burnham beach this beach offers you lovely warm dry sand that kids love to play on.. its lovely to walk bare footed.. steer clear of sand dunes as weve found glass etc..
4.5 based on 15 reviews
An Iron Age hill fort, which has been inhabited since the bronze age - And some say this was the location of the battle between King Alfred's Soldiers of Wessex and the Vikings under Guthrum.
It is a nice short walk up - and a good view from the top.
It is deservedly one of the Somerset 360s
5 based on 23 reviews
Gold Accredited Sensory Time Classes Sensory Time Classes provide your child with the opportunity to develop and explore their senses using various tools, materials, mark making activities and song. Come along, meet new people and make new friends! NEW! Little Slingers Amazing dance class, where parents, carers wear their baby whilst participating in an easy to learn step by step programme. FULLY QUALIFIED TEAM MEMBERS Visit our website to find your nearest class.
Visited with my little one (3 1/2 yrs) and would highly recommend, staff really friendly and clearly love what they do, so great to be able to sit and enjoy a cuppa with little one in sight exploring a safe clean environment without being battered...MoreHello, and thank you for a wonderful review. At Little Bouncers all Team Members are Early Years Practitioners or working towards their qualification. We certainly do enjoy our line of work, and it's great to get feed back like this. Thank you Team LB
4 based on 252 reviews
So, a bit disappointed. I spent £120 for my husband and I to have a spa day here today.
We arrived, went straight to the pool area which seems dated (pool sides cracking), dirty (insects on the pool side) and dangerous (water all over the pool steps with no anti-slip mats).
Our robes got wet throughout the duration of the morning and when we asked for replacements were told there were none available. I refuse to believe a spa resort has a shortage of robes...
Then we got taken for lunch, whereby O had to a) make my own tea and b) ask multiple times for milk for my tea (also why did I get a single tea cup and the table next to me had a pot of tea?)
Lastly, our treatments...the girl was nice enough, spoke throughout my entire treatment which was ok but I felt asking for peace and quiet would be rude. I had opted for back, neck and shoulder massage, followed by a facial and finally a foot and leg massage. The first 2 were adequate, apart from the talking and finally the foot and leg massage (which I had been looking forward to all day) happened. Leg massage yes, my feet didn't get a look in.
Waste of £120 and I left more stressed than when I had arrived.
Won't be returning there.
5 based on 16 reviews
Wall Eden Adventure based at Wall Eden Farm in Somerset gives you the chance to take part in a range of great activities on site, such as: River Canoeing/Kayaking, Axe Throwing, Archery, Battle Zone Archery, Longbow Experience, Bows of the World Experience, Air Rifle & Air Pistol Target Shooting, Cycle Hire, Fishing, Pottery Painting and Metal Detecting. We also have luxury log cabin and Glamping Pod accommodation if you wish to make the stay longer. A great way to spend a Birthday, Day Out, Stag Do or Hen Do, Team Building or Corporate Event, or even if you only have a few spare hours it's a fantastic place. Plus we offer full adventure days and weekends.
Stayed in a beautiful cabin called BUTTERFLY, fully equipped one bedroom luxury wooden cabin with sofa bed, underfloor heating and most importantly disabled access with a large wet room. Patio with a BBQ overlooking the pond with ducks on. 3 huge black and white sheep wander around and walk up to the patio doors to say hello!! Lots of activities for the more able bodied, archery, axe throwing and canoeing, at an extra cost. Very relaxing, very clean with helpful staff.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Great walk, have seen deer three times , can choose how far you want to walk.lovely views. would give 5 but for dog poo left in bags or just on path such a shame
4.5 based on 513 reviews
IT’S A TOPSY TURVY WORLD Brexit! Trump! Climate change! What on earth is going on? It’s a Tospsy Turvy world we live in and this year the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival is going to be just that…Topsy Turvy! Artistic leader Nicola Wood said” We are all so excited about the public choice. It’s the perfect theme to give incredible freedom to the artists and that always makes for a great exhibition”. After Banksy paved the way for controversial and alternative expression in Weston 2 years ago, the organisers are hoping to keep some of that spice alive. “Banksy was a real breakthrough for the town and we have had endless extravagant requests for sculptures since…including a giant Trump! I’m not sure we all agree on that one though” says Alec Messchaert, event organiser. “One thing we do promise is that there will be something for everyone and we will continue to be a fun, family friendly event with plenty of interactive activities” adds Alec. So what exactly does Topsy Turvy entail? Upside down, back to front, the wrong way around and inside out! A crazy world of the distorted and the extraordinary. See the world through different eyes with Zebras dressed as ballerinas, mice the size of houses, houses built upside down and paintings that come to life. So are you bored of the norm and looking for a fun day out with friends and family? Come and visit the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival.
The theme on our visit was the Topsy Turvy World. My 8 year old daughter and I had great fun going round looking at the sand sculptures, and deciding which we liked best. And then having a go at making one ourselves at the craft tables. We found it imaginative and thought provoking. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
I was taken aback by the outside as their website looked better than the reality. The inside is very cosy and olde worlde. I loved it. The have decent real ales and the food was superb. Worth visiting with a mixture of locals and visitors. Take a chance
5 based on 133 reviews
One team, one room, one Mission. Can you escape in just 60 minutes? Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Think of it as a mix between The Da Vinci code and a treasure hunt. Here at Lock and Code we intend to deliver an unforgettable experience, with story driven and atmospheric rooms. Our rooms are suitable for couples, groups of adults, families and older children. You need a minimum of 2 people to play and a maximum of 6 for each room. (don't worry, if you're playing as a couple or smaller group, you still get the room to yourself. We wont add in other players like some other escape rooms!
A group of four of us thought we were up for the challenge, we had tried a similar locked room game in Bristol, but unfortunately we didn't escape. Our welcome was nice, very helpful and friendly, great fun having photos in convict gear (we had chosen a prison breakout) The cell was tiny, so I would not recommend a larger than four group, it was also too dark to see combination on lock, so if you are more mature, like us, take your glasses and a torch! We emailed Matt after the event with feedback, and he was most helpful. There was a second room and then a study, so plenty of variety and nicely themed out. My advice would be to listen to the prep talk before..... carefully! assign one team player to monitor screen and wrist watch, and don't be afraid to ask for clues. It was a good experience and I would recommend it.
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