What's on inTintinhull


Welcome to Tintinhull

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Tintinhull - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Tintinhull to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Forthcoming events in Tintinhull

21
MAY
Dogs Don't Do Ballet
The McMillan Theatre

The very funny tale of a small dog with big dreamsBiff is not like other dogs. He doesnt do dog stuff like weeing on lampposts or scratching his fleas or drinking out of the toilet. No Biff likes moonlight and music and…

Location: 16 miles away
Category: Theatre & Performing Arts

TEL: 01278 556677
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07
JUL
Yoga Connects Full Moon Festival in Glastonbury
Garslade Farm

YOGA CONNECTS FULL MOON FESTIVAL GLASTONBURY Our new location the sacred and magical landscape of Glastonbury a place known for its healing and powerful energy. Known as THE HEART CHAKRA of England the venue has incredible views over Glastonbury Tor. We…

Location: 14.7 miles away
Category: Miscellaneous

TEL: +447866 385366
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Tourist Attractions


Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park

Cricket St Thomas is the top Wildlife Park attraction to visit in the southwest of England. One of its aims is to create environments in which animals can behave as naturally as possible. New exhibits are designed to allow the animals to express natural behaviours seen in the…

Haynes International Motor Museum

Travel through motoring history at Britain's most spectacular international collection of historic cars from around the world. You've loved them, you've loathed them, or you've lusted after them ‐ now they're all under one roof.Founded by John Haynes OBE, Chairman of the Haynes Publishing Group, the collection of…

Fleet Air Arm Museum

In 1912 a Royal Navy aircraft took off from a platform built for the purpose over the forecastle of HMS HIBERNIA in Weymouth Bay, the first time an aircraft had ever taken off from a ship under way at sea. Since then, the Royal Navy has operated airships,…

Montacute House

Magnificent Elizabethan stone‐built house, with fine collections, garden and park. Built in the late 16th century for Sir Edward Phelips, Montacute glitters with many a hrefhttp:www.double‐glazers.co.ukwindowsa and is adorned with elegant chimneys, carved parapets and other Renaissance features, including contemporary plasterwork, chimneypieces and heraldic glass. The splendid staterooms…

Sherborne Museum

The museum houses an excellent collection of items based on local history, with a large archive collection of photographs, pictures and drawings relating to the town, its environs and characters. Permanent displays include Roman history and earlier; the Abbey from 705; Sherborne Old Castle from 1136; Sheborne Castle…

Tintinhull House Garden

Created last century around a 17th‐century manor house, the garden features small pools, varied borders and secluded lawns, all neatly enclosed within walls and clipped hedges. There is also an attractive kitchen garden.The beautiful formal gardens stand in two acres, created by Mrs Reiss, who gave the property…

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