Bath and Bristol
Magnificent houses, peaceful gardens, wooded trails and little-known treasures can be found in Bath and Bristol. Plan your day out and find lots of things to see and do with all the family.
An ornate Victorian Gothic Revival house with extensive garden and parkland, just a stone's throw from Bristol
Ancient parkland, 17th-century house and garden
Beautiful and intimate 18th-century landscape garden in Bath - reflections restored following a major restoration of the historic dams
A secluded country estate upon the Cotswold escarpment, providing garden strolls and woodland walks
Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative
Ancient stone circle, museum and manor house in the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site
Elegant public rooms at the heart of fashionable eighteenth-century Bath life
Wide open space overlooking the World Heritage City of Bath
Medieval manor house and 18th-century terraced garden with wide views of the Mendip Hills
Nine rustic cottages around a green
Discover Iron Age hillforts in the area – find out more about these fascinating areas, which are also rich in flora and fauna.
Occupied as a hillfort during the early Iron Age, between 300 BC and 100 BC in Bath. During this time huts were built from timber and wattle and daub. A 20-foot-wide rampart was constructed around the settlement, flanked on both sides by drystone walls.
A hillfort within Leigh Woods, found on the north flank of the Nightingale Valley, the 7.5-acre Stokeleigh Camp has been the subject of numerous archaeological digs over the years.
Iron Age hill fort on the ridge above the village of Tickenham in North Somerset
Explore outdoor spaces near Bath and Bristol, including woodlands filled with trails and meadows with views over the city.
Visiting Avebury and the surrounding landscape is a unique experience. The area contains multiple Neolithic and Bronze Age features including the largest stone circle in the world which you can enter and explore.
With 500 acres of woodland and farmland in our care at the Bath Skyline, there's plenty to explore. Discover nature, wildlife and views of the historic city from this natural viewpoint.
Green corridor linking the historic city of Bath to the countryside
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a cause you care about – just three great reasons to volunteer with us in Bath and Bristol.
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a cause you care about – just three great reasons to get volunteering in and around Bath and Bristol.
If you’d like to become more involved in a volunteer or social group in Bath, Bristol and the surrounding areas, read on to find out more.
Looking for greener travel options to the places in our care in Bath and Bristol? Find out how you can travel by train, bus, bike or on foot.
There are a number of sustainable options for travelling to and from the places in our care in Bath and Bristol, whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Here’s a little more information that can help you plan your visit.
Get into nature this Christmas as the Prior Park advent trail returns. What will be hidden inside the doors this year?
An expert volunteer guide will lead you around the 270 acres of parkland to learn more about the site's history, archaeology, management and significance. At 10.30am and 1.30pm on selected days.