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This Tudor manor house combines pure Gothic style with a French Renaissance influence.  
Opening Times: Daily except Wed. 1 April-30 Sept., 11.00-17.30. Thurs.-Sun, 4-28 Mar, 1-31 Oct., 11.00-16.30
Season: Spring, Summer, Autumn
Entrance fee: 7.00, groups 6.00
Daytime Tel: 01460 243121
Email: nikki.white@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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An enchanting garden inspired by a design prepared by Gertrude Jekyll.  
Opening Times: Daily Apr - Nov. 1100 to 1700. 2-17 Dec 1100 to 1600.
Entrance fee: Adults 7, children 3, groups 6
Daytime Tel: 01460 243121
Email: nikki.white@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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This was probably the largest fortress in England in the 5th century. Archaeological evidence also suggests it could be the fortress of King Arthur.  
Opening Times: Unrestricted all year
Entrance fee: Free
Daytime Tel: 01935 462462
Website: www.country-breaks.com/cadbury.htm

A Grade I listed English country cottage garden. the inspiration of Margery Fish. South West Tourism's Small Visitor Attraction of 2006 Silver Award.  
Opening Times: 10.00-17.00
Entrance fee: 3.95
Daytime Tel: 01460 240328
Email: enquiries@eastlambrook.com
Website: www.eastlambrook.com

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Part of a medieval manor house with an interior considered by Pevsner to be the most spectacular in Dorset, especially the splendid roof.  
Opening Times: Open. Daily 1Apr - 30 Sept, 10am - 6pm. 1 Nov - 31 Mar. 10am - 4pm.
Entrance fee: Free
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Displays cover both World Wars and include the leading edge technology of Concorde and Harrier. A tour through the aircraft carrier cannot be missed.  
Opening Times: Apr - Oct 10am-5.30pm. Nov-Mar 10am-4.30pm but closed Mon & Tues.
Entrance fee: Adult 10.50. Children 7.50. Concessions.
Daytime Tel: 01935 840565
Email: marketing@fleetairarm.com
Website: www.fleetairarm.com

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Founded by Cistercians over 800 years ago, and one of the most learned monasteries in England. South West Tourism's Small Visitor Attraction of 2006.  
Opening Times: open daily all year 10.00-16.30
Entrance fee: 7.70 (house and garden) 4.10 garden only
Daytime Tel: 01460 220231
Email: fordeabbey@virgin.net
Website: www.fordeabbey.co.uk

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Founded by Cistercian monks over 800 years ago, it has a 30 acre award winning garden. South West Tourism's Small Visitor Attraction of 2006.  
Opening Times: 10am - 4.30pm.
Entrance fee: House and garden 7.00. Groups (20+) 5.10
Daytime Tel: 01460 220 231
Email: fordeabbey@virgin.net
Website: www.fordeabbey.co.uk

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This is the garden of a mill that dates back to the 12th century and that is still in good working order.  
Opening Times: 15 May-end Sept., Thurs., Sun., Holiday Mons., 2-5pm
Entrance fee: 3 garden only, groups by arrangement
Daytime Tel: 01749 812393
Email: shingler@gantsmill.ndo.co.uk
Website: www.gantsmill.co.uk

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Haynes International Motor Museum is one of the largest motor museums in Britain. It has more than 340 cars and motor bikes,dating from 1886.  
Opening Times: Daily Nov - Mar 10am - 4.30pm, Apr - Oct 9.30am - 5.30pm.
Season: All year.
Entrance fee: Adult 7.50
Daytime Tel: 01963 404804
Email: info@haynesmotormuseum.co.uk
Website: www.haynesmotormuseum.co.uk

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The gardens at Lower Severalls include a herb garden, mixed borders and island beds.  
Opening Times: Mid Mar.-end Sept., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat., 10.00-17.00 or by appointment
Entrance fee: 3.00
Daytime Tel: 01460 73234
Email: mary@lowerseveralls.co.uk
Website: www.lowerseveralls.co.uk

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An attractive manor house with a 14th century chapel and its 15th century Great Hall was enlarged in the 16th century and fully restored in the 20th.  
Opening Times: Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun., + Bank Hols.
Season: 22 April-22 Oct.
Entrance fee: 5.00 house and Garden, 3.50 garden only
Daytime Tel: 01458 224471
Email: lytescarymanor@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org..uk/wessex

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This is the attractive walled garden of a 15th century manor house. It was laid out in the 20th century  
Opening Times: Apr to Oct. Mon, Wed, Fri and Sun. 11am - 5pm.
Season: Apr to Oct.
Entrance fee: House and garden 5.00. Garden only 3.00
Daytime Tel: 01458 224 471
Email: lytescarymanor@nationaltrust.org,uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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An outstanding Elizabethan house built by Edward Phelips in the late 16th century and set in a beautifully landscaped garden  
Opening Times: Daily except Tues . 11am - 5pm
Season: March to October
Entrance fee: 6.90
Daytime Tel: 01935 823 289
Email: graham.meadows@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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Set in a beautifully landscaped park, the formal Elizabethan garden has raised walks around herbaceous borders and topiary.  
Opening Times: Mar - Oct 100 to 1800 except Tue. Nov - Mar 11-- to 1600 except Mon & Tue
Entrance fee: 4.50 garden only, house & garden 8.00
Daytime Tel: 01935 823289
Email: grahammeadows@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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The first foundation of a nunnery at Romsey dates from 907. The present magnificent Abbey church was built in stages between 1120 and 1230.  
Opening Times: April to October. Generally 10.00am to 5.00pm.
Entrance fee: 2.50
Daytime Tel: 01458 250664
Email: customers@english-heritage.org.uk
Website: www.english-heritage.org.uk/southwest

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15th and 16th century manor house with a great hall and minstrels gallery.  
Opening Times: 15th and 16th century manor house with a great hall and minstrels gallery. Upstairs, there is the great chamber with a barrel ceiling and oriel windo
The Saxon structure was replaced by a grander Norman one between 1080- 1120, but were demolished during Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries.  
Opening Times: Daily April-October 10am - 5pm
Entrance fee: 2,50
Daytime Tel: 01747 852910
Email: user@shaftesburyabbey.fsnet.co.uk
Website: www.shaftesburyabbey.co.uk

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In 705 St Aldhelm, Bishop of the West Saxons chose Sherborne as the site of his new cathedral in which capacity it served until the Norman Conquest.  
Opening Times: All year. 9.00am - 5.30pm.
Entrance fee: Free. Suggested donation 2.00
Daytime Tel: 01935 812452
Email: vicar@sherborneabbey.com
Website: www.sherborne-abbey.fsnet.co.uk

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Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and home of the Digby family since 1617.  
Opening Times: Spring, Summer, Autumn Daily except Mon., Fri., 1 April-31 Oct., 11.00-16.30. Sat., 14.30-16.30.
Entrance fee: 7.00 house and garden
Daytime Tel: 01935 813182
Email: enquiries@sherbornecastle.com
Website: www.sherbornecastle.com

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It was built around 1138 by Bishop Roger of Salisbury, King Henry 1's Chancellor. It is an excellent example of the power of the bishops at the time.  
Opening Times: Daily April-October, excluding Mon. and Friday. 10.00-16.00, 17.00 or 18.00.
Season: Daily, April-Oct.
Entrance fee: 2.30, 1.70, 1.20
Daytime Tel: 01935 812730
Email: customers@english-heritage.org.uk
Website: www.english-heritage.org.uk/sherborne

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A fine example of a small Tudor manor house with gatehouse fine panelling furniture, picture and a terraced garden.  
Opening Times: Open. Sun, Mon. May, July - Sept 2pm - 5pm.
Entrance fee: 3.00
Stourhead is best known as one of the most outstanding and beautiful of England's landscape gardens. There is also the fine house built in the 1720s.  
Opening Times: Daily 9.00 to 19.00.
Entrance fee: 5.40 house, 9.40 house and garden
Daytime Tel: 01747 841152
Email: katherineboyd@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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A Palladian Mansion set in one of England's most celebrated gardens. The house contains Georgian treasures, Chippendale furniture and fine paintings.  
Opening Times: House. 17 Mar - 28 Oct: 11.30am - 4.30pm Closed Weds and Thurs. Garden open all year 9.00am - 7.00pm.
Entrance fee: House only 6.60. House and Garden 11.
Daytime Tel: 01747 841152
Email: info@nationtrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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A delightful and intimate walled garden created in the 20th century around a 17th century manor.  
Opening Times: Daily except Mon., Tues., 22 March-29 Oct., 11.00-17.00. Open Bank Hol. Mons.
Entrance fee: 5.00
Daytime Tel: 01935 822545
Email: floydsummerhayes@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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This small medieval house was built for the Treasurer of Wells Cathedral who was also the rector of Martock.  
Opening Times: Open. Suns, Mons, Tues, 28 Mar.- 28 Sept. 2pm - 5pm.
Entrance fee: 2.70
Delightful English cottage garden, partly terraced, plus an enchanting woodland.  
Opening Times: early April-late Sept. Wed., Thurs. + some Suns. 14.00-17.00
Entrance fee: 3
Daytime Tel: 01747 840841
Website: www.gardenvisit.com/g/chif.com

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18th century landscape woodland gardens are laid out below Minterne House.  
Opening Times: Daily 1 Mar.-31 Oct. 10.00-18.00
Entrance fee: 3.00
Daytime Tel: 01300 341 370
Email: enquiries@minterne.co.uk
Website: www.minterne.co.uk

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Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and home of the Digby family since 1612.  
Opening Times: Spring, Summer, Autumn. Daily 1 April-31 Oct. except Mon. and Fri., 11.00-16.30. Open Bank Holiday Mons.
Entrance fee: Gardens only 4.00. House and garden 8.00.
Daytime Tel: 01935 813182
Email: enquiries@sherbornecastle.com
Website: www.sherbornecaastle.com

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