The barns in Somerset, which are known as tithe barns include:
- Glastonbury - originally part of Glastonbury Abbey and now part of the Somerset Rural Life Museum
- West Pennard - originally a grange of Glastonbury Abbey and now owned by the National Trust
- Bishop's Barn, Wells
- Pilton - originally a grange of Glastonbury Abbey
- West Camel - on a private farm
- Doulting - on a private farm. Originally a grange of Glastonbury Abbey
- Abbey Barn at Preston, Yeovil
- Stoke-sub-Hamdon Priory
- Slough Court, Stoke St Gregory - on a private farm
At Haselbury Mill between Crewkerne and the village of Haselbury Plucknett, a new "tithe barn" was constructed in a traditional style in 2008 to be used as a wedding venue.
Glastonbury - Rural Life Museum
West Pennard Court Barn
Bishops Barn, Wells
Haselbury Mill's new "Tithe Barn"
There was a wedding in progress when we walked past it on the River Parrett Trail on Good Friday 2015.
Slough Court, Stoke St Gregory
This is the only view you can get of the tithe barn from the public footpath.
Priory Barn, Taunton
This barn is the only surviving building of Taunton's Augustinian Priory, which was founded c1120 . The barn was probably built in the late 15th or early 16th century but may have incorporated earlier materials.