Things To Do in Wells
Wells welcomes visitors from across the globe and makes an ideal destination for a day trip or short break, not only providing an excellent base for exploring the local area but as a popular destination in its own right with much to see and do within the city itself throughout the year.
The Mendip Hills, Somerset Levels, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, Kilver Court Gardens and Glastonbury Abbey and Tor are all close by, while further afield you’ll find the Somerset Coast (including Weston super Mare, Burnham on Sea and Brean), Fleet Air Arm Museum, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge and many heritage properties.
Other than the Cathedral city highlights include:
The Bishop’s Palace
The Bishop’s Palace & Gardens has been home to the Bishops of Bath and Wells for over 800 years and this stunning medieval palace is open for all to enjoy. Visit The Bishop’s Palace‘s website for more information.
Wells Walking Tours
Walking tours of the city of Wells are available which must be pre-booked. Contact the tour guides direct on 01749 672438 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The hugely popular Market Days take place in Wells each Wednesday and Saturday throughout the year where you will find a huge selection of local produce and goods.
The city of Wells also plays host to a vast range of activities throughout the year, from regular events like the weekly market to one-off larger events such as the Wells Food Festival, Wells Art Contemporary Festival, the Wells Festival of Literature and the Wells Film Festival.
The Visit Wells website is a great place to start to plan your visit to our city and includes not only a full programme of events but accommodation and food listings too. The Visit Somerset, Visit Bath, Love Weston and Stay in Somerset websites are also helpful in getting a feel for what’s on in our beautiful part of England.