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Attractions in Devon
North Devon & Exmoor

South Devon - Dartmoor
Torbay - South Hams

East Devon







A fascinating insight into Victorian life. Wander along the life size Victorian street with over 20 shops and period rooms set out with sounds and smells from a bygone age. It's like walking back in time.


Tuckers Maltings

Newton Abbot
Take a guided tour of England's only working malthouse open to the public. 19th Century Street, Discovery Centre & in-house brewery. Refreshments & shop - which sells local beers.

Buckfast Abbey

Dartmoor - South Hams
A living Benedectine Monastery and fascinating insight into the monastic life. Presentations and displays, shops and restaurant. Nobody leaves untouched by the serenity.

Overbecks Museum & Garden -

South Hams
National Trust. Collection of curios in Edwardian house with sub-tropical gardens and views over the Salcombe Estuary. Disabled access - wheelchair available. Refreshments.

Crownhill Fort

Plymouth Massive Victorian hidden defences built to protect Plymouth and now in the care of the Landmark Trust. Displays, live gun firing some weekends.

Mayflower Steps

The Barbican Plymouth

Distillery Tours

The Barbican Plymouth Guided tours around the 200 year old distillery that is home of the world famous Plymouth Gin.

Smeaton's Tower

Plymouth Hoe Open all year.

Royal Citadel

Plymouth Hoe Enjoy unrivalled views of Plymouth's waterfront from the ramparts of this 17th Century fort. Daily tour available throughout summer.

Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery

Plymouth City Centre Diverse range of temporary exhibitions complement changing displays drawn from large permanent collection. Free admission. Open all year, Tue-Sat & BH Mondays.

To Update information regarding Attractions please Tel 01579 557343