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Attractions near Southwood House Barn

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Dyrham Park (3 Miles)*
The impressive baroque mansion of Dyrham Hall was principally developed by William Blathwayt. He married Mary Wynter in 1686 and on the death of her father began work on the neglected manor house.
Museum of Bath at Work (5 Miles)*
The Museum of Bath at Work tells the story of a time, not so long ago, when the elegant City of Bath generated its own electricity, produced its own gas, possessed two busy railway yards …
Number 1 Royal Crescent (5 Miles)*
No.1 Royal Crescent is a magnificently restored Georgian town house that creates a vital picture of life in Georgian Bath. Built between 1767-1774 to the designs of the architect John Wood the Younger.
Museum of East Asian Art (5 Miles)*
Based in a restored Georgian building, this unique Museum houses a fine collection of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian treasures.
Fashion Museum (5 Miles)*
Follow the story of fashion, from the late sixteenth century to the present day, at The Fashion Museum.
Bath Assembly Rooms (5 Miles)*
The Ball Room, Octagon, Tea Room and Card Room of the magnificent Assembly Rooms were used in the eighteenth century for dancing, music, card playing, tea drinking and conversation.
Bath Postal Museum (5 Miles)*
Discover how 18th-Century Bath influenced and developed the Postal System, including the story of the Penny Post.
Theatre Royal Bath (5 Miles)*
Completely renovated in 2010, the Main House now offers an expanded foyer, a new bar and improved access facilities.
Holburne Museum of Art (5 Miles)*
The Holburne Museum has closed for a development project of restoration and extension scheduled to be completed in spring 2011.
Roman Baths & Pump Room (5 Miles)*
Discover the site of Britain's only natural hot spring - bringing health and vitality to Bath for over 2000 years. Walk where Romans walked on ancient stone pavements around the steaming pool.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Southwood House Barn
Kelston (3 Miles)*
Saltford (3 Miles)*
Swainswick (4 Miles)*
Swainswick or Swanswick or Swayneswycke is a quite small village spreading itself down the old A46 road from Upper Swainswick to Lower Swainswick.
Corston (5 Miles)*
Keynsham (5 Miles)*
Staple Hill (5 Miles)*
Staple Hill is a suburb of Bristol which comes under the administrative control of the South Gloucestershire Local Authority. The strange name 'Staple Hill' may derive from the old English word 'steap' meaning 'steep'
Burnett (5 Miles)*
Batheaston (5 Miles)*
Bath (5 Miles)*
The golden city of Bath has been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Bath presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe.
Bathford (6 Miles)*
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* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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