Some of the best attractions are expensive and here's both a fuller list and ways to save money. 

Longleat and Wookey Hole use voucher codes and Tesco points

Longleat - (about 35 minute drive) book at least 2 days in advance to save 15%...this is probably the most expensive activity locally so also think about taking a picnic as there are many picnic spots

Noah's Ark - (about 35 minute drive) is a smaller and less expensive version of Longleat. https://www.noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk/

Wookey Hole - (about 20 minute drive) book online and in advance for 20% off

Avon Valley Park - (about 25 minute drive) https://www.avonvalley.co.uk/ This has an indoor funzone but most activities are outdoors

Wellow Trekking - (about 25 minute drive) http://www.wellowtrekking.com/horseriding/horserid...

- 1/2 Hour Child's Pony Hire - £10 - £12
- 1 Hour Trek - £35 at 9:45 - 10.45 or 11.30 - 12.30pm
- 2 Hour Ride - £50 at 11:00am to 1pm
- Family Ride (1 hour session)* - £100
- 1/2 Hour Group lesson - £17
- 3/4 Hour Group lesson - £21
- 1 Hour Group lesson - £23

Royal Victoria Park, Bath - this is free and great fun (about 30 minute drive) https://visitbath.co.uk/things-to-do/royal-victoria-park-p25701

For the last item, you need to consider parking, so here is a URl for Charlotte street car park which has access at either end and at the top into Victoria Park

The reason why the multiple points of entry is good is because if you go into Bath itslf and visit the Spa you can traverse Victoria park from one end to the other and take in the Royal Crescent at the same time

https://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/carpark/charlotte_street/ba1/bath/?arriving=201708091430&leaving=201708091630

have fun

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