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Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Cadbury Camp Ln W, Tickenham BS21 6RN, UK

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About Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Cadbury Camp is an Iron Age hill fort in Somerset, England, near the village of Tickenham. It is a scheduled monument. Although primarily known as a fort during the Iron Age it is likely, from artefacts, including a bronze spear or axe head, discovered at the site, that it was first used in the Bronze Age and still occupied through the Roman era into the Anglo-Saxon period.



Attractions near Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm3.16km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is a 100-acre zoo developed on a working farm in Wraxall, North Somerset.  It has over 100 species of big zoo animals including African Elephants, White Rhinos, Giraffes, Lions, Giant Anteater, and Spectacled Bears. One of the iconic location where you can spend some nice time in the centre of wildlife.

Tyntesfield5.54km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

TTyntesfield is a Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall, North Somerset, England. It was transformed into a Gothic Revival masterpiece. Its bespoke architecture reflects the devout Anglo-Catholic beliefs of the Gibbs family. Here they invested their wealth derived from controlling the import of Peruvian ‘guano’ fertiliser.

Avonmouth Bridge7.89km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

The Avonmouth Bridge is a road bridge that carries the M5 motorway over the River Avon in Somerset, England. The bridge has a total length of 1,388m with a main span of 164m.  It also has a separate footpath and cycleway which connects with Avonmouth station. It was one of the architectural wonders in this area and The bridge was built to allow tall ships underneath.

Kings Weston Estate9.74km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Kings Weston House is a Grade 1 listed building that was completed in 1719 and designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, who also designed Blenheim Palace. The Kings Weston estate possesses one of the largest collections of buildings designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in the UK. Whilst the house and the majority of the estate buildings are still standing others have been demolished or been heavily altered. Bristol is the only UK city outside London to possess buildings designed by Vanbrugh.

Kings Weston House10.07km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Kings Weston House is a Grade 1 listed building that was completed in 1719 and designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, who also designed Blenheim Palace. It is is a very popular spot for dog walkers, with a historic landscape covering over 300 acres that include mowed lawns, fields, woodland, historic buildings, grand panoramas and a brilliant cafe.

National Trust - Leigh Woods10.21km from Cadbury Camp, Iron Age Fort

Leigh Woods is a 2-square-kilometre area of woodland on the south-west side of the Avon Gorge. The woodland is a National Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. It’s the largest block of woodland in the Bristol area and is the home to over 500 veteran and ancient trees. One of the iconic location where you can spend some nice time in the middle of nature.

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Bristol City80 attractions

The city of Bristol, set inland on the Avon River and with access to the Bristol Channel, has an illustrious history as one of England's oldest ports. Among Bristol's many tourist attractions are 30 art galleries and a number of parks. For families, there's Bristol Zoo Gardens and We The Curious, a science and arts center that is especially designed to engage young minds.