This museum tells the harrowing tale of the Martyrs arrest, trial and punishment, set out in four sections.
The world's largest and finest collection of Armoured Fighting Vehicles, from World War I tanks to the latest main battle tank of the British Army.
65 acres homing over 150 rescued primates. Open daily.
This castle dates from the 17th century and offers a variety of attractions including an indoor children's activity room, animal farm, an 18th century Chapel and jousting shows.
Isolated cottage that was the home to T. E. Lawrence ('Lawrence of Arabia'). It was donated to the National Trust after Lawrence's death and is now a museum, dedicated to Lawrence.
The ruins of Bindon Abbey, a former Cistercian monastery are located close to Wool on the River Frome.