One of the local attractions in Weston-super-Mare is the helicopter museum.
One of the nice things about the museum is you pay once, and then you can revisit as often as you like for the next twelve months.
My only criticism is that there is very little interactive stuff to do and you can’t climb into or on the helicopters unless it is an “open cockpit” Sunday. On the open cockpit days you are allowed to sit in some of the helicopters and get an insight from the volunteers that are around – this is I guess why it doesn’t happen for the rest of the week as it is dependent on the goodwill of volunteers.
However if you like looking at helicopters and have an interest in the history of the evolution of the helicopter then I can recommend a visit.
The panorama above was created using Dermandar Panorama on my iPhone. I reviewed the app on e-Learning Stuff and I thought the stitching was quite seamless and a lot better than other panorama apps I have used.