DEVON

including PLYMOUTH and TORBAY

 
 
 
Seaton Tramway                                     Colyton, Seaton                                    www.tram.co.uk
Seaton Tramway offers a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of East Devon's glorious Axe Valley. Panoramic views of the estuary and the many diverse species of wading birds can be enjoyed from the open toppers whilst elegant, fully enclosed saloons provide shelter from the elements.
Visitors may break their journey to explore Seaton, Colyford and Colyton. At Colyton, the Tram Stop Restaurant offers an extensive menu and there is an option to explore the historic town by horse-drawn cart. Both Tram Driving Lessons and expert-led Bird Watching Trips are available regularly. Pre-booked groups are welcome all year round.
Attraction
Type:  
  Facilities
Available:
       Map
Location: 

 
A La RondeExmouthHouse
This unique sixteen-sided house, described by Lucinda Lambton as having 'a magical strangeness that one might dream of only as a child', was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, on their return from a grand tour of Europe in the late 18th century. It contains many objects and mementoes of their travels. The extraordinary interior decoration includes a feather frieze, gathered from native game birds and chickens, laboriously stuck down with isinglass, and a fragile shell-encrusted gallery, said to contain nearly 25,000 shells, which can be viewed in its entirety on closed-circuit television.

Arlington CourtArlington, BarnstableHistoric House and Garden
Arlington Court is an unexpected jewel: a complete family estate. The intimate Regency house contains treasures for all tastes, from model ships to shells, all collected by the Chichesters. Offering incident and contrast, the 19th-century picturesque garden is a perfect place to explore, picnic or play. The walled kitchen garden provides fruit and vegetables for the tea-room and flowers for the house. The tranquil estate, abundant with wildlife, includes an ancient heronry. The Carriage Museum in the stables, has a vehicle for every occasion from cradle to grave. Our working horses and carriage rides keep the story alive

Ashcombe Adventure CentreDawlish Outdoor Activity Centre
Outdoor Adventure Centre for pre-booked groups and parties of adults - offering Clay Pigeon Shooting, Paintball Games, Archery, Quad Biking and much, much more.

Bayard`s Cove FortDartmouthFort
Small Tudor artillery fort guarding Dartmouth's inner harbour, picturesquely sited on the quayside.

Beer Quarry CavesBeerIndustrial Heritage
Guided tours of vast underground man-made caverns started by the Romans, which provided Beer Stone for 24 cathedrals and other historic buildings throughout England

Berry Pomeroy CastleNr TotnesCastle
Tucked away in a deep wooded valley, Berry Pomeroy Castle is the perfect romantic ruin. Within the 15th-century defences of the Pomeroy family castle still displaying a wall painting of the Three Kings in its gatehouse chamber, looms the dramatic ruined shell of its successor, the great Elizabethan mansion of the Seymours. Begun in c.1560 and ambitiously enlarged from c.1600, their mansion was intended to become the most spectacular house in Devon, a match for Longleat and Audley End. Never completed, and abandoned by 1700, it became the focus of blood-curdling ghost stories, recounted in the audio tour.

Bickleigh MillBickleigh Mill
Historic mill, with working water wheel, housing three floors of retail therapy, Bistro, delightful tea gardens & Earth Collection clothing - all open seven days a week!

Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular CultureExeterMuseum
Museum dedicated to cinema and optical entertainment. Displays include magic lanterns, animated toys, panoramas, dioramas and shadow puppets, as well as 20th century film memorabilia.

Blackbury CampSoutleighFort
An Iron Age hillfort with impressive ramparts, now surrounded by woodland.

Bradley ManorNewton AbbotHistoric House
Unspoilt and fascinating medieval manor house, still a relaxed family home, in a green haven of riverside meadows and woodland.

Branscombe - Old Bakery, Manor Mill & ForgeSeatonIndustrial Heritage
Charming settlement of 'chocolate box' thatched buildings dating back more than 200 years, located in one of the most beautiful coastal villages in Devon. Visit the working mill and forge, enjoy a traditional cream tea in the Old Bakery. A perfect start or finishing point for coastal and countryside walks.

Buckland AbbeyYelvertonHistoric House and Garden
In the 13th century, Buckland Abbey was home to the Cistercian monks who built the Abbey and the incredible Great Barn and farmed the then vast estate. The Abbey, now a house with a combination of furnished rooms and interactive museum galleries, tells the story of how two seafaring adventurers – Sir Richard Grenville and Sir Francis Drake – changed the shape of the house and the fate of the country. Discover the Buckland estate, the meadows, the orchards and the late spring bluebells. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Tavy Valley and the far-reaching views.

Budlake Old Post Office RoomBroadclyst, ExeterOther Building
Close to Killerton, this small thatched cottage was the village post office, serving Killerton House and the local community, until the 1950s. The cottage has a delightful cottage garden including rose borders, herb and vegetable plots.

Castle DrogoDrewsteigntonCastle & Garden
Inside this remarkable granite building, set above the Teign Gorge, is a surprisingly warm and comfortable family home. Commissioned by retail tycoon Julius Drewe, and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the castle harks back to a romantic past, while its brilliant design heralds the modern era. Behind the imposing façade, poignant family keepsakes sit alongside 17th-century tapestries. The dramatic Dartmoor setting can be appreciated from the delightful formal garden and walks into a rhododendron valley.

Church House, TheWidecombe-in-the-MoorHouse
One of the finest examples of a 16th-century Church House, originally used for parish festivities or 'ales'.

Cider Press Centre, TheDartinton Retail Village
2 restaurants and 10 shops set in a village location selling arts, gifts, pottery, jewellery and much more.

Clyston MillBroadclyst, ExeterMill
Historic water-powered corn mill in a picturesque setting by the River Clyst surrounded by farmland and orchards. Corn is still ground here to make flour, keeping alive traditional skills. Discover more about what life would have been like for the miller, with hands-on activities and interpretation.

Cobbaton Combat CollectionChittlehamptonMilitary Museum
Over 60 vehicles, mainly WW2 British and Canadian. Tanks, trucks and artillery, thousands of smaller items. “Home Front“ section, Falklands and the Gulf War displays.

Coleton FishacreKingwearHistoric House
Travel back in time to the Jazz Age at the holiday home of the D'Oyly Carte family. You can lose yourself in the magical 12-hectare (30-acre) garden: viewpoints give enticing glimpses out to sea, paths weave through glades past tranquil ponds, and tender plants from the Mediterranean, South Africa and New Zealand thrive in the moist and sheltered valley. This most evocative of holiday homes, built in the Arts & Crafts style, is imbued with 1920s' elegance. A light, joyful atmosphere fills the rooms and music plays, echoing the family's Gilbert and Sullivan connections.

Compton CastleMarldon, PaigntonCastle
A rare survivor, this medieval fortress with high curtain walls, towers and a portcullis, set in a landscape of rolling hills and orchards, is a bewitching mixture of romance and history. Home for nearly 600 years to the Gilbert family, including Sir Humphrey Gilbert, half-brother to Sir Walter Ralegh.

Dartmouth CastleDartmouthCastle
One of the most picturesquely-sited fortresses in England. For over 600 years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary and the busy, vibrant port of Dartmouth. This fascinating complex of defences was begun in 1388 by John Hawley, privateering Mayor of Dartmouth and the prototype of the flamboyant 'Shipman' in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. About a century later the townsmen added the imposing and well-preserved 'gun tower', probably the very first fortification in Britain purpose-built to mount 'ship-sinking' heavy cannon. Climb to the top for breathtaking views across the estuary and see how it could be blocked in wartime by a heavy chain. Unusually incorporating the fine church of St Petrox, the castle saw action during the Civil War, and continued in service right up until the Second World War. Successive up-dating included the Victorian 'Old Battery' with its remounted heavy guns, guardrooms and maze of passages to explore. Here a dramatic film sequence recreates a Victorian gun-firing, and throughout the fortress displays retell the six centuries of castle history.

Exeter Red Coat Guided ToursExeterWalk
Learn about Exeter's fascinating past on a FREE 90-minute guided walking tour with Exeter's Red Coat Guides. Tours operate daily except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Finch FoundrySticklepath, OkehamptonIndustrial Heritage
Set amid beautiful Dartmoor countryside in the village of Sticklepath, this last remaining water-powered forge in England gives a unique insight into village life in the 19th century. In its heyday the foundry made 400 tools a day, including sickles, scythes and shovels for West Country farmers and miners.

GreenwayGalampton, Nr BrixhamGarden
This is an extraordinary glimpse into the private holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family. The relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the 1950s, and contains many of the family's collections, including archaeology, Tunbridgeware, silver, botanical china and books. Outside you can explore the large and romantic woodland garden, with a restored vinery, wild edges and rare plantings, which drifts down the hillside towards the sparkling Dart estuary.

GrimspoundNr MortenhampsteadAncient Monumnet
The best known of many Dartmoor prehistoric settlements, Grimspound dates from the late Bronze Age. The remains of 24 stone houses survive within a massive boundary wall.

Hound Tor Deserted Medieval VillageNr Haytor ValeAncient Monument
The remains of four 13th century stone farmsteads, on land originally farmed in the Bronze Age. This isolated Dartmoor hamlet was probably abandoned in the early 15th century.

Killerton HouseBroadclyst, ExeterHistoric House and Garden
Killerton House, built in 1778–9, brings to life generations of the Aclands, one of Devon's oldest families. The historic fashion exhibition, 'Elegance', explores the fabulous and luxurious dress of the past 200 years. The gem of Killerton, beautiful year round, is the garden created by John Veitch, with rhododendrons, magnolias and rare trees surrounded by rolling Devon countryside.

Kirkham HousePaigntonHouse
This late medieval stone house, afterwards split into three cottages, was restored in the 1960s. Furnished with modern furniture, illustrating traditional craftsmanship and the original use of the rooms.

Knightshayes CourtBolham, TivertonHistoric House and Garden
One of the finest surviving Gothic Revival houses, built in the lush landscape of mid Devon, Knightshayes Court is a rare example of the work of the eccentric and inspiring architect William Burges. Built for the grandson of pioneer lace-maker John Heathcoat in 1869, the house is an exciting architectural experience, with extraordinary 'medieval' romantic interiors, rich decoration and ceramics. The vast garden, which was the Heathcoat Amory family's great passion, is renowned for its rare trees, shrubs and seasonal colours. The restored and fully productive organic kitchen garden is a treat for everyone who enjoys local produce.

Loughwood Meeting HouseDalwood, AxminsterChurch
Set in the beautiful East Devon countryside, this atmospheric 17th-century thatched Baptist meeting house is dug into the hillside.

Lundy IslandEnglish ChannelCoast
An Island of contrasts; rugged terrain, wonderful wildlife, amazing sea life such as basking sharks and dolphins. Transport by ferry from Bideford or Ilfracombe.

Lydford Castle and Saxon TownLydford, Nr OkehamptonCastle
Beautifully sited on the fringe of Dartmoor, Lydford boasts three defensive features. Near the centre is a 13th-century tower on a mound, built as a prison. It later became notorious for harsh punishments - 'the most annoyous, contagious and detestable place within this realm'. To the south is an earlier Norman earthwork castle: to the north, Saxon town defences.

Lydford GorgeLydford, Nr OkehamptonCountryside
This lush oak-wooded steep-sided river gorge (the deepest in the South West), with its natural beauty, fascinating history and many legends, can be explored through a variety of exhilarating short or long walks. Around every corner the river Lyd plunges, tumbles, swirls and gently meanders as it travels through the gorge. Throughout the seasons there is an abundance of wildlife and plants to see, from woodland birds to wild garlic (you can smell it too) in the spring and fungi in the autumn.

Marker's CottageBroadclyst, ExeterOther Building
An intriguing medieval cob cottage with a thatched roof and smoke-blackened timbers. Discover the fascinating history of the cottage including the unusual painted decorative screen showing St Andrew. A cross passage opens out onto a garden with a contemporary cob summerhouse and blacksmith's workshop.

Merrivale Prehistoric SettlementMerrivaleAncient Monument
The remains of a Bronze Age settlement, side by side with several sacred sites, including three stone rows, a stone circle, standing stones and burial cairns, probably constructed over a long period between c. 2500 BC and 1000 BC.

New Barn Farm Cottages and Angling CentrePaigntonFishing
8 luxury self catering cottages and 6 well stocked coarse fishing lakes (carp and silver fish), set in 40 acres of woodland and pasture.

Okehampton CastleOkehamptonCastle
The remains of the largest castle in Devon, in an outstandingly picturesque setting on a wooded spur above the rushing River Okement. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest as a motte and bailey castle with a stone keep, it was converted into a sumptuous residence in the 14th century by Hugh Courtenay, Earl of Devon,much of whose work survives. After the last Courtenay owner fell foul of Henry VIII in 1538, it declined into an allegedly haunted ruin. Riverside picnic area and woodland walks nearby.

Overbeck's Museum & GardenSharpitor, SalcombeHistoric House and Garden
One of the most fascinating and exotic gardens in the South West; explore the banana garden, meander through the towering purple echiums or just relax beneath palms and soak up the spectacular panorama across miles of beautiful coastline and estuary. Continue your journey of discovery into the Edwardian house of Otto Overbeck to see his amazing invention – the rejuvenator, hear the giant (1890s) music box and prepare to be intrigued by his collections. The perfect day out for families who enjoy exploring, or the keen gardener who wants to be inspired and excited.

PecoramaBeerTheme Park
Glorious Gardens, wonderful sea views, home of the Beer Heights Light Railway and PECO Model Rail Exhibition. Children's play areas, entertainment and full catering facilities.

Plant WorldNewton AbbotGarden
Superb hillside gardens built as map-of-the-world. Mediterranean and cottage gardens with seed production areas. Viewpoint cafe with fabulous views over Dartmoor.

Quay House Visitor CentreExeterVisitor Centre
The history and development of Exeter's Quayside brought to life with lively displays, illustrations and artefacts. Watch " Exeter - 2000 years of history", exciting video presentation.

Royal Albert Memorial MuseumExeterMuseum and Art Gallery
16 display galleries take visitors on a voyage of discovery from pre-history to the present, from Exeter all around the world. It's free, it's fun!

Royal Citadel, PlymouthPlymouthFort
A dramatic 17th-century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch, and keep watch on a recently rebellious town. Still in use by the military today.

SaltramPlympton, PlymouthHistoric House and Garden
Still a largely undiscovered treasure, and the result of centuries of sophistication and extravagance, Saltram is the perfect family day out: close to Plymouth and yet in a world of its own. Home to the Parker family for nearly 300 years, the house with its original contents provides a fascinating insight into country-estate life throughout the centuries. Fine Robert Adam interiors and beautiful collections bring the 'age of elegance' to life at Saltram. Learn about some of the fascinating characters and family stories, including the correspondence between Frances, the first Countess, and Jane Austen

Shute BartonShute, Nr AxminsterHouse
A fascinating medieval manor house, with a later Tudor gatehouse and battlemented turrets, set in pretty grounds.

South Devon RailwayBuckfastleigh Steam Railway
Heritage Steam and Diesel Railway Operating between Buckfastleigh, Staverton and Totnes Littlehempston.

Tamar Valley Donkey ParkGunnislakeAnimal Park
Donkies, donkies, donkies and tame animals! An absolute winner with the children.

Totnes CastleTotnesCastle
A classic Norman motte and bailey castle, founded soon after the Conquest to overawe the Saxon town. A later stone shell-keep crowns its steep mound, giving sweeping views across the town rooftops to the River Dart.

Upper Plym ValleyNr YelvertonAncient Monument
Some 300 Bronze Age and medieval sites, covering 15 1?2 square kilometres (6 square miles) of Dartmoor landscape.

Woodbury Studio GalleryWoodburyPottery
A studio gallery specialising in high quality contemporary ceramics from many of the best makers in the UK and Europe. Annual Autumn exhibition.

 
Abbot PotteryNewton Abbot
Allhallows Museum of Lace & Local Antiquities Honiton
Ark PotteryOttery St. Mary
Ashburton MuseumAshburton
Atlantic VillageBideford
Axe Valley Heritage MuseumSeaton
Axminster MuseumAxminster
Babbacombe Model VillageBabbacombe, Torquay
Barbican GlassworksPlymouth
Barnstaple Heritage CentreBarnstaple
Barnstaple Tourist Information CentreBarnstaple
Barometer World & MuseumOkehampton
Becky Falls Woodland ParkManaton, Nr Bovey Tracey
Beer Necessities, TheExeter
Bickleigh CastleBickleigh, Tiverton
Bicton ParkEast Budleigh
Bideford Railway MuseumBideford
Bideford Tourist Information CentreBideford
Big SheepBideford
Blackpool SandsNr Strete
Blakewell Fisheries and Water GardensBarnstaple
Braunton MuseumBraunton
Braunton Tourist Information CentreBraunton
Brixham Heritage MuseumBrixham
Brixham Tourist Information CentreBrixham
Broomhill Sculpture GardensMuddiford, Barnstaple
Buckfast AbbeyBuckfast
Buckfast Butterflies and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary Buckfastleigh
Budleigh Salterton Tourist Information CentreBudleigh Salterton
Burrow Farm GardensAxminster
Burton Art Gallery & MuseumBideford
BygonesTorquay
CadhayOttery St. Mary
Canonteign FallsNr Chudleigh
Cardew TeapotteryBovey Tracey
Cascades Tropical Adventure PoolCroyde Bay
Century of PlaytimePaignton
Chambercombe ManorIlfracombe
City Museum and Art GalleryPlymouth
City Sightseeing PlymouthPlymouth
ClovellyClovelly
Cockington Country ParkCockington
Coldharbour MillUffculme, Cullompton
Combe Martin MuseumCombe Martin
Combe Martin Tourist Information CentreCombe Martin
Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur ParkCombe Martin
Connections Discovery Centre Exeter
Cookworthy MuseumKingsbridge
Craft of the WestSeaton
Crealy Adventure Park Clyst St. Mary, Exeter
Crediton Tourist Information CentreCrediton
Crownhill Fort Plymouth
Croyde Gem, Rock and Shell MuseumCroyde
Dartington CrystalGreat Torrington
Dartington Hall GardensDartinton
Dartmoor National ParkDartmoor
Dartmoor RailwayCrediton to Okehampton and Meldon Quarry. 
Dartmoor Wildlife ParkPlymouth
Dartmouth MuseumDartmouth
Dartmouth PotteryDartmouth
Dartmouth Tourist Information CentreDartmouth
Dawlish MuseumDawlish
Dawlish Tourist Information CentreDawlish
Devon Guild of CraftsmenBovey Tracey
Devon Railway Centre Bickleigh, Tiverton
DiggerlandCullompton
Dingles Steam VillageLifton
Docton Mill & GardensHartland, Bideford
Donkey SanctuarySidmouth
Down St Mary VineyardDown St Mary
Dunkeswell Memorial Museum Dunkeswell
Elliott Gallery, TheBraunton
Endsleigh House & GardenTavistock
Escot Fantasy Gardens Maze & WoodlandOttery St. Mary
Exeter CathedralExeter
Exeter International AirportExeter
Exmoor Brass Rubbing CentreLynmouth
Exmoor Steam RailwayBratton Flemming
Exmoor Zoological ParkBratton Flemming
Exmouth MuseumExmouth
Exmouth Tourist Information CentreExmouth
Fairlynch Art Centre & Museum Budleigh Salterton
Farway Countryside ParkColyton
Fremington Quay Visitor CentreFremington
FursdonThorverton
Garden House, TheYelverton
Glen Lyn GorgeLynmouth
Gnome Reserve & Wild Flower GardenHolsworthy
Gorse Blossom Miniature Railway & Woodland ParkLiverton, Newton Abbot
Grand Prix Go CartsDawlish Warren
Grand Western Canal Country ParkTiverton
Grand Western Horseboat CompanyTiverton
Great Exmouth OO Model RailwayExmouth
Green House Visitor CentrePlymouth
GuildhallExeter
Guildhall, TheTotnes
H4Yelverton
Haldon Belvedere Higher Ashton, Exeter
Hartland AbbeyHartland, Bideford
Heddon Valley ShopParracombe, Barnstable
Hedgehog Hospital & British Wildlife Garden CentreNewton Abbot
Hemerdon HousePlymouth
Hemyock CastleHemyock
High Cross HouseDartington Hall, Totnes
High Moorland Visitor CentrePrincetown
Holsworthy MuseumHolsworthy
Honiton Tourist Information CentreHoniton
House of MarblesBovey Tracey
Ilfracombe AquariumIlfracombe
Ilfracombe MuseumIlfracombe
Instow Signal BoxInstow
Ivybridge Tourist Information CentreIvybridge
John Nike Leisuresport ComplexPlymouth
Kents CavernTorquay
Kingfisher Gallery, TheSidbury
Kingsbridge Tourist Information CentreKingsbridge
Learn to SurfCroyde
Lee Ford GardensBudleigh Salterton
Living CoastsTorquay
Lyme Bay Cider CoShute, Nr Axminster
Lyn & Exmoor MuseumLynton
Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff RailwayLynton
Lynton Tourist Information CentreLynton
Maritime MuseumAppledore
Marwood Hill GardensBarnstaple
Milky Way Adventure ParkClovelly
Miniature Pony & Animal FarmMoretonhampstead
Modbury Tourist Information CentreModbury
Monks Withecombe GalleryChagford
Mortehoe Heritage CentreMorthoe
Morwellham QuayNr Tavistock
Museum of Barnstaple & North Devon Barnstaple
Museum of Dartmoor LifeOkehampton
Mythic Garden Sculpture ExhibitionChagford
National Marine AquariumPlymouth
Newcomen Memorial EngineDartmouth
Newhall Equestrian CentreBroadclyst, Exeter
Newton Abbot RacecourseNewton Abbot
Newton Abbot Tourist Information CentreNewton Abbot
Newton Abbot Town & Great Western Railway MuseumNewton Abbot
Norman Lockyer Observatory and James Lockyer PlanetariumSidmouth
North Devon Farm ParkNr Barnstaple
North Devon Maritime MuseumAppledore
North Down FarmYeoford
Northam Burrows Country ParkNortham
Northcott TheatreExeter
Okehampton Tourist Information CentreOkehampton
Old Corn Mill and Pottery, TheIlfracombe
Old Mill, TheWembury
Once upon a TimeWoolacombe
Orchid ParadiseNewton Abbot
Otterton MillOtterton, Budleigh Salterton
Ottery St Mary Tourist Information CentreOttery St. Mary
Paignton and Dartmouth Steam RailwayPaignton
Paignton PierPaignton
Paignton Tourist Information CentrePaignton
Paignton ZooPaignton
ParkeBovey Tracey
Pennywell Devon's Farm & Wildlife CentreBuckfastleigh
Pixie KilnWest Putford
Plain SailingBrixham
Plymouth Boat CruisesPlymouth
Plymouth DomePlymouth
Plymouth Gin DistilleryPlymouth
Plymouth PavilionsPlymouth
Plymouth Tourist Information CentrePlymouth
Powderham CastlePowderham, Nr Exeter
Prysten HousePlymouth
Quad WorldCullompton
Quaywest WaterparkPaignton
Quince Honey FarmSouth Molton
River Dart Country ParkAshburton
River Link (Dart Pleasure Craft)Dartmouth
Riverton House and Lakes Coarse Angling CentreSwimbridge, Barnstaple
Riviera Centre, TheTorquay
Rock Garden Caves and NurseryChudleigh
Rosemoor GardenGreat Torrington
Salcombe Maritime and Local History MuseumSalcome
Salcombe Tourist Information CentreSalcome
Sand Historic HouseSidbury
Seaton MuseumSeaton
Seaton Tourist Information CentreSeaton
Shaldon Wildlife TrustShaldon
Sharpham VinyardAshprington
Sid Vale Heritage CentreSidmouth
Sidmouth MuseumSidmouth
Sidmouth Tourist Information CentreSidmouth
Skinners Ash FarmFenny Bridges
Sorley Tunnel Adventure WorldsKingsbridge
South Molton & District Museum South Molton
South Molton Tourist Information CentreSouth Molton
South West RIB RidesPlymouth
SpacexExeter
St Nicholas PrioryExeter
Stover Country ParkStover, Newton Abbot
Stuart Line CruisesExemouth
Tapeley ParkWestleigh, Bideford
Tarka Trail Cycle HireBarnstaple
Tavistock Tourist Information CentreTavistock
Teignmouth MuseumTeignmouth
Teignmouth Tourist Information CentreTeignmouth
Theatre Royal PlymouthPlymouth
Thelma Hulbert Gallery Honiton
Tiverton CastleTiverton
Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon LifeTiverton
Tiverton Tourist Information CentreTiverton
Topsham MuseumTopsham, Exeter
Torquay MuseumTorquay
Torquay Tourist Information CentreTorquay
Torre AbbeyTorquay
Torrington 1646 Civil War Heritage CentreTorrington
Torrington MuseumTorrington
Totnes Costume Museum Devonshire Collection of Period CostumeTotnes
Totnes Elizabethan MuseumTotnes
Totnes GuildhallTotnes
Totnes Tourist Information CentreTotnes
Trago Mills SDStover, Newton Abbot
Tuckers HallExeter
Tuckers MaltingsNewton Abbot
Tunnels BeachesIlfracombe
Ugbrooke ParkChudleigh
Underground PassagesExeter
Valiant SoldierBuckfastleigh
Watermouth CastleNr Ilfracombe
Watersmeet HouseLynmouth
Welcombe PotteryWelcombe, Bideford
Winsford Walled GardenHalwill Junction
Woodlands Leisure ParkBlackawton, Totnes
Woolacombe BeachWoolacombe
Woolacombe Tourist Information CentreWoolacombe
World of Country LifeExmouth
Yelverton Paperweight CentreYelverton

 

© UK Tourist Attractions 2008