Louise Wells, 24, and hubbie James, 26, took Megan, 4, to Wookey Hole

“We had a great time exploring the spectacular caves of Wookey Hole and Megan loved the stories about the Witch of Wookey, who was turned to stone by a monk. She got so excited walking through the huge caverns and across the bridge towering over the pools, and when we had to hold our noses for the cave-aged cheddar cheese. We wandered through the Fairy Garden, underneath the gigantic King Kong, to The Valley of The Dinosaurs, with its 20 life-sized models. Wookey Hole is a great day out to keep the whole family entertained.”

Essential info

● From the M5 exit at Junction 22 and follow the brown tourist signs.
● Wookey Hole is open every day, 10am-5pm, 1 April to 31 October, and 10am-4pm, 1 November to 31 March. Only open weekends and school holidays in December and January.
● Tickets are £16 (adults) and £11 (children and concessions). Children under 3 go free. Book online for discounts at www.wookey.co.uk.