Meare Green Court
Stoke St Gregory
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Contact Willows & Wetlands Visitor Centre
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There is no charge for entry to the Museum and Visitor Centre. Tours of the Basket Works cost £4.50 per adult, £3 for 5 - 14 year olds and under 5s free.
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Discover the history and art of the traditional industry of willow growing and basket making in Somerset.
Did You Know?
The Centre is owned by the Coate family, who have been growing willow on the Somerset Levels since 1819.
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Tours of the willow industry are available to groups. The tour includes a full explanation of all aspects of willow growing, processing and basket-making, which must be pre-booked. The site has an outdoor classroom and wildlife hide that is available free of charge to groups. A Teachers Pack is also available in a downloadable format. Please contact the site for specific details.
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