Bridgetown Map - Somerset Maps

Bridgetown Map: See a large map of the area in the county of Somerset, Eastern England, UK.

A Map of Bridgetown in Somerset England

Above you will find a detailed map of Bridgetown in Somerset, handy if you are visiting the Bridgetown area, or need to locate a particular street, road or lane in or around Bridgetown, or in surrounding Somerset towns, villages or hamlets.

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Bridgetown, Somerset: Combe Wood, Wellington Monument, Fyne Court, Knightshayes, Heddon Valley, Killerton, Coleridge Cottage, Dumpdon Hill Fort, Holnicote Estate, Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum, Dunster Castle, Watersmeet, Dunster Working Watermill.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Bridgetown, Somerset: Sheppys Cider Farm and Museum, Museum of Somerset, Waie 2 Play, Clyston Mill, Exmoor Zoo, Minehead Eye, Dunster Water Mill, Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre, Hestercombe Gardens, Rock and Rapid Adventure Centre, Cobbaton Combat Collection, Quad World, Aj'z Play and Party Centre, Escot, Watersmeet, Great Wood, AMF Hollywood Bowl Taunton, Killerton, Tiverton Castle, West Somerset Sports and Leisure Centre, England Coast Path National Trail, Wistlandpound, Exeter Segways Paintball and Laser, Racetrac, Somerset and Dorset Railway Trust, Tiverton Museum.

Use this Bridgetown map to find your way to these great places to visit.

Bridgetown Postcode: TA22

Somerset - A big county based in the South-West of England, Somerset covers an area of approximately 1,610 square miles, making it the 7th biggest county by area in England. Somerset is bordered by the English counties of Devon, Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Wiltshire, Dorset, and it has a population of approximately 910,000 (2014), placing 22nd of the 48 counties of England by population numbers. Somerset is mainly a rural county with some lovely landscapes in such areas as the Mendip Hills, the Exmoor National Park, the Quantocks, the Blackdown Hills, it also has sparsely populated wetlands known as the Somerset Levels (the location of severe flooding in 2013-14). Somerset is an important location for tourism, nonetheless agriculture continues to be its chief source of income, wool, light industry, sheep and cattle farming and cheese making are among its various significant industries. Whilst in Somerset check out Exmoor, the roman baths, Montacute House and Gardens, Wookey Hole, Glastonbury Abbey, Cheddar Gorge, or you may well choose to visit the typically English holiday resorts of Clevedon, Brean, Weston-Super-Mare, Minehead, Burnham-on-Sea and others.

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