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2804, 2015

Haynes International Motor Museum

Tuesday, April 28, 2015|

The UK’s largest collection of cars and bikes, from classics of the 1950s and 1960s to modern supercars. Outdoor exhibition of military vehicles, themed adventure playground for children, kids’ racing track and museum motoring shop. Website.

2804, 2015

Cadbury Castle

Tuesday, April 28, 2015|

A spectacular Iron Age hill fort, long associated with King Arthur’s Camelot (more information). Even if you don’t believe that, it’s well worth a visit to see the dramatic earthworks and to enjoy the view across South Somerset. There’s a car park in South Cadbury, from which you can walk up.

 

2804, 2015

The Old House, Cockhill

Tuesday, April 28, 2015|

Fifteenth-century house with medieval wall paintings, just a mile or so outside Cary. See their website for more information, including visiting arrangements.

 

2804, 2015

Cycling

Tuesday, April 28, 2015|

Castle Cary is on the 80-mile ‘Round South Somerset’ circuit (more information). However, if you’re not feeling quite that energetic, there are plenty of quiet roads in the neighbourhood, many of which manage to avoid the steepest hills. Possibilities include a 13-mile circuit to the south via North and South Cadbury, Sparkford and South and North Barrow; a quick trip down to the Red Lion at Babcary via North Barrow and back; cycling up to Bruton via Hadspen, Cole and Pitcombe (where the historic church is worth a visit). We hope to add more detailed information about local cycle routes to this website in 2012.

 

2804, 2015

Walks

Tuesday, April 28, 2015|

There are many quiet roads and footpaths around the town, leading you further into the countryside. In addition, several long-distance paths pass through or nearby Castle Cary: the Macmillan Way, the Monarch’s Way and the Leland Trail.

Public footpaths can be found on this website: https://roam.somerset.gov.uk/roam/map