Things to do in Devon

With an abundance of rolling countryside not to mention Dartmoor and Exmoor, miles of stunning coastline as well as the vibrant city of Exeter, Devon offers something for almost everyone. Whether you are looking to hike, bike, explore an historic house, enjoy comedy, live music, a festival or take the children to a family friendly attraction, you can choose from a host of wonderful things to see, do and explore - come rain or shine!

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    Farmers Market

    On the first and third Saturdays of every month Crediton Farmers' Market is a lively, bustling community hub, linking the rural and urban environments and enabling each to better understand the other. It's a fantastic day out for the family to sample local produce!

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    Babbacombe Model Village

    Visit this famous Torquay attraction to take time out from the hustle and bustle of every day life and feel on top of the world as you see it recreated in miniature. Thousands of miniature buildings, people and vehicles, along with animated scenes and touches of English humour.

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    Bear Feet Play Centre

    Visit Bear Feet Play centre, Devon's favourite soft play area! Bear Feet play centre has once again been awarded
    'The best indoor Play Centre in Devon'! Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.

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    Becky Falls Woodland Park

    Set within a spectacular ancient valley, Becky Falls has been attracting visitors for over 100 years and, as well as being voted Devon's Top Beauty Spot. With stunning woodland and waterfall walks, animals galore and totally hands-on animal encounter shows and feeding sessions.

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    Beer Quarry Caves

    Journey through part of England's only Natural World Heritage Site and enjoy a guided tour of the vast man-made complex of underground caverns created by centuries of quarrying.
    Re-opens on 1st April 2017.

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    Berry Pomeroy Castle

    An allegedly haunted Tudor mansion within the crumbling walls of a castle, built in the late 15th century, near Totnes.

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    Bicton Gardens

    The magnificent 63-acre (25 ha) historic park is superbly landscaped with lakes and fountains. It also contains more than 1,000 trees including 300 species and 25 champion specimens together with many flowering plants. Bicton Park is renowned for its 18th century Italian Gardens.

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    Blackpool Sands

    Blackpool Sands, set in a sheltered bay surrounded by evergreens and pines is one of South Devon's most beautiful natural treasures. An award-winning family beach with turquoise blue sea giving it an almost Mediterranean feel.

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    Buckfast Abbey

    Buckfast Abbey forms part of an active Benedictine monastery at Buckfast, near Buckfastleigh, Devon, England. Dedicated to Saint Mary, it was founded in 1018 and run by the Cistercian order from 1147 until it was destroyed under the Dissolution of the Monasteries.

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    Buckland Abbey

    Visit Buckland Abbey and you'll be visiting 700 years of history. Set in the beautiful Dartmoor countryside you'll be able to discover the stunning meadows, orchards and woodlands whilst exploring the history of the Abbey itself.

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    Cadhay

    Guided tours of the house recount its history dating back to the early 15th century. Visitors will see the Long Gallery, the Roof Chamber with its Elizabethan timbered roof, and the Court of the Sovereigns, described by Simon Jenkins as one of the 'treasures of Devon'.

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    Canonteign Falls

    Situated in eighty acres of ancient woodland, open fields carpeted in wildflowers and old oaks, delightful lakes where wildlife and pond life abound. Home to England's highest waterfall, where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the Teign Valley and beyond.

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    Cinema, Scott Cinema

    We at Scott Cinemas pride ourselves on the more personal touch, and intend to bring the cinema experience to you how it was meant to be. At Scott Cinemas we are always looking at
    the latest technologies available to make you experience even better.

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    Clip 'n Climb

    Europe's first Clip 'n Climb. A stunning series of climbing based activities that provide healthy, challenging fun for everyone.
    From pre-school kids to recycled kids, everyone will love the physical and mental challenges that Clip 'n Climb provides. Using automatic belay devices

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    Crealy Adventure Park

    Devon's Crealy Great Adventure Park is the south west's number one family value day out. Celebrating its 25th anniversary 2014, £1million was invested in five new rides and attractions including The Lost World of Atlantis, Bugz Unlimited, the Flying Machine & Dino Jeeps.

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    Cycle the Tarka Trail

    once part of the Tarka railway line in north Devon, this popular family friendly 31 mile cycle path allows you to drink in fresh air, picturesque scenery from the north Devon coastline and plenty of cafes to stop and enjoy along the way all year round.

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    Dartmoor National Park

    Dartmoor National Park's landscape is as dramatic as its weather. From its striking granite tors to steep wooded river valleys and from swathes of heather covered moorland to tucked away villages and hamlets.

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    Dartmoor Railway

    After closure in the 1970's, the railway at Okehampton has since been saved by volunteers and has a summer Sunday shuttle service between Exeter and Okehampton. The line is accompanied by a cycle path north of Okehampton, opening up for you to enjoy Dartmoor on two wheels.

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    Dartmouth Castle

    One of the most beautifully located fortresses in England. For over 600 years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the entrance to the Dart Estuary and the busy port of Dartmouth. With stunning views of the estuary and out to sea, it offers a great family day out, whatever the weather.

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    Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company

    Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company is utterly unique - with Steam Train and Bus travel, River and Sea Cruises in South Devon.

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    dawlish warren nature reserve

    the national nature reserve situated in the small seaside resort of dawlish warren is home to a coastal spit, many species of bird specific to the area and endangered plants. A lovely relaxing day out for those of who nature appeals to them.

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    Devon Railway Centre and Model World

    Devon Railway Centre is a popular Devon tourist attraction which offers a unique railway experience and boasts a host of attractions in one location. We offer an interactive fun filled day out. Our railways give unlimited train rides around the centre.

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    Diggerland

    Diggerland at Cullompton, Devon is the only place where children as young as 5, as well as adults can ride and drive full size diggers! Diggerland offers the fantastic opportunity to experience driving and riding real JCB diggers and lots more with over 18 rides to enjoy.

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    Dinosaur World in Torquay

    Torquay's Dinosaur World is a fun interactive indoor exhibition that brings the world of dinosaurs to life. See amazing full size & scaled dinosaurs, discover incredible fossils, learn about the awesome beasts, enjoy our fun Family Explorer Quiz and even sit on a deadly dinosaur.

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    Escot

    Escot is unique with its woodland paths and trails and beautiful flowers, shrubs and magnificent champion trees, all set in 220 acres of privately owned Capability Brown parkland.

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    Exe Trail

    The Exe Estuary cyclepaths and walkways take in the most fantastic views along the River Exe with lots to see and do along the way in Exmouth, Lympstone. Exton, Topsham and Exeter.

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    Exeter Cathedral

    Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere. Its visual beauty is a story in stone and glass, embroidery and wood of the faith that built it.

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    Exeter Chiefs Rugby Union Club

    Match-days at the Chiefs are always special, but Exeter Rugby Club prides itself on offering you a premier experience when it comes to watching top flight rugby in a first class environment. Exeter Rugby Club are a rugby union club based in Exeter, Devon.

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    Exeter City Football Club

    Experience the atmospheric match-day at Exeter City's St. James Stadium, located right in the heart of the city centre. Now in League Two, 'The Grecians' look to return to League One under the league's longest serving manager, Paul Tisdale.

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    Exeter Northcott Theatre Events and Exhibitions

    Exeter Northcott Theatre is a 460 seat venue serving Exeter and heart of Devon from its home on the University of Exeter Streatham Campus. We offer a mixed programme of touring theatre productions, contemporary dance, opera, music, comedy, family shows and art exhibitions.

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    Exeter Racecourse

    Known as South West's most prestigious racecourse, located just outside Exeter.
    It is the highest racecourse in the land at 850 feet, the second longest at 2 miles and has been described as not only one of the loveliest courses, but one of the fairest tracks in the country

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    Exeter Street Food

    Come and check out whats going on with Exeter Street Food. Some of the best food in Exeter served up from vans, trailers and marquees! Vendors with a passion, using fresh local produce to create the best eats in Exeter for great prices. See their website for special events info.

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    Exeter Underground Passages

    The only passages of this type open to the public in Britain, a guided tour down the passageways is both exciting and interesting. Pre-booking is advisable to avoid disappointment.

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    Exeter's Red Coat Guided Tours

    Operating throughout the year except Christmas Day and Boxing Day, these FREE guided walking tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter. No booking is required, simply choose a tour, meet your Red Coat Guide and spend 90 minutes discovering Exeter.

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    Exmoor Zoo

    SInce opening the zoo has grown every year changes keep taking place and new babies are born so even a visit last year will today see new exhibits and animals. In the last few years new exhibits have been created for animals such as cheetah, blackbuck, maned wolves and sitatunga.

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    Explore the Teign Gorge

    The dramatic landscape and his sense of ancient family ties to the area were what brought Julius Drewe to Devon from Sussex. From Castle Drogo there are many winding paths leading down into the gorge. Why not explore estate on a one mile walk, and take in a view of the deep gorge and wider Dartmoor views at Sharp Tor?

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    Forest Cycle Hire

    Forest Cycle Hire is the only approved cycle hire centre at the 3,500 acre site of Haldon Forest park near Exeter. The hire centre has over 100 adult and child mountain bikes as well as the ever popular tag-a-longs, buggies and child seats.

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    GoApe Haldon Forest Nr Exeter

    Enjoy Two 235m Zip Wires with Views over Dartmoor National Park.
    Go Ape's first foray in the South West. One of Devon's best days out: Drive just 15 minutes from Exeter and you'll enjoy two incredible 235m zip slides flying you from hilltop to hilltop.

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    Greenway house and garden

    Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
    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.

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    Haldon Forest Park

    Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there's something for you at Haldon Forest Park. 3,500 acres of woodland just fifteen minutes from Exeter.

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    House of Marbles

    House of Marbles are makers & purveyors of a world famous range of glass marbles, board games, classic toys, puzzles, pastimes & decorative accessories for the home and garden.

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    iBounce Trampoline Park

    With many facilities including wall to wall trampolines, dodgeball, giant airbag and much more there is plenty of fun to be had at one of iBounce's trampoline parks.

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    Ilfracombe Aquarium

    This exciting, award winning, all weather educational attraction provides a fascinating insight into the watery world around North Devon. The aquarium houses a diverse collection of local aquatic life in beautifully recreated natural habitats.

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    Jurassic Coast Interpretation Centre

    July 2011 saw the opening of a new interpretation centre on the Jurassic Coast at Sidmouth. The Arches Interpretation centre have been developed in renovated seafront arches and provide an introduction to the Jurassic Coast, the town of Sidmouth and its attractions.

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    Kents Cavern

    The oldest known human settlement in Britain and one of Europe's top Neanderthal Ice Age caves. Tours of the caves take you on a journey into their Stone Age past. With activities including a woodland trail quest, kids archaeological dig area and hands-on cave art walls.

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    Knightshayes Court

    Let the kids loose in our gardens, parkland and woods, with den building, bug hunting and the making of mud pies positively encouraged. Take the chance for the kids to learn all about growing their own in our fully productive walled kitchen garden.

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    Living Coasts

    Take a journey around the coasts of the world where amazing plants and animals live life on the edge. At Living Coasts, you'll see birds and mammals in specially-designed naturalistic habitats. With outdoor and indoor exhibits, there's plenty to see and do whatever the weather.

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    Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway

    Devon's unique Tourist Attraction: A Victorian Water Powered Lift, giving access to spectacular cliff top walks. The Cliff Railway joins the village of Lynton to its sister village of Lynmouth, 900ft below.
    Only a short walk from the beautiful beach at Watersmeet and close

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    Manor Pavilion Theatre

    The theatre seats 277 and is now open all year round. During the Summer, the venue is the home to the Charles Vance repertory company, presenting 14 different plays in 3 months.

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    Miniature Pony Centre

    The Miniature Pony Centre is home to our yummy mummy ponies and their cuddly babies. With our indoor and outdoor play areas, trampolines and our Paddock View Cafe, it is a fun day out for all the family and best of all, you can get close to pet the ponies and other animals.

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    Morwhellham Quay

    Enjoy a fun-filled historical day out for the whole family at Morwellham Quay. Step back in time to 1865 to explore and discover this fascinating village, take part in a Victorian school lesson and even dress in Victorian costumes.

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    National Marine Aquarium

    Visit the UK's largest aquarium and be amazed by our fascinating underwater world. The National Marine Aquarium is a registered charity committed to promoting a sympathetic understanding of the sea through programmes of education, conservation and research.

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    National Trust A la Ronde

    Quirky 18th-century house with fascinating interior decoration and collections

    This unique sixteen-sided house was described by Lucinda Lambton as having 'a magical strangeness that one might dream of only as a child'.

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    National Trust Killerton

    Killerton House, built in 1778-9, brings to life generations of the Aclands, one of Devon's oldest families. 'Gems', this year's historic fashion exhibition, displays the stunning highlights of the historic costume collection.

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    National Trust Castle Drogo

    At Castle Drogo, there are plenty of fun things to see and do on the property. From project tours to family activities and walks along the nearby Teign River, there is always something going on.

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    Norman Lockyer Observatory

    The Norman Lockyer Observatory Society has a membership of around 300, covering a wide range of ages and backgrounds. It exists in part to further the members' interests in astronomy, radio and science in general.

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    Ocean Exmouth

    Ocean is the number one destination in Exmouth for entertainment and fun for the whole family. Bringing together a state of the art bowling alley, soft play areas, arcade machines and a range of food options, Ocean is the best place to keep everybody happy!

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    Paignton Zoo

    With more animals than anyone else in the South West you're in for a really wild time. See them all - giraffes, lions, gorillas, cheetahs and thrilling crocodiles, plus our cheeky meerkats, colourful snakes and amazing monkeys.

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    Pecorama

    Pecorama, set on the hillside above the picturesque fishing village of Beer, is home to the world's foremost manufacturer of model railway track, PECO Streamline and PECO Setrack.

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    Pennywell Farm

    Come and experience the Pennywell magic at our multi award winning Farm Activity Park... the biggest in the South West! There's lots to do and see for the whole family...

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    Plym Valley Railway

    A short, (1,1/2) mile long heritage railway line that was once part of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway before closure in the 1960's. A great family day out with the kids, to enjoy steam and diesel traction on offer and special event dotted around most of the year.

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    Plymouth Argyle Football Club

    Having recently returned to League One, the atmosphere on a match day from this 17,800 seater stadium (the largest south of Bristol) is always a spectacle. It is manager Derek Adams' 'Green Army' that fill the so called 'Theatre of Greens', situated on the outskirts of the city.

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    Plymouth Pavillions Ice Rink

    Get your skates on with Plymouth Ice Rink and enjoy a general skating session, an ice disco or the chilly tots or chilly penguins club for the younger members of the family.

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    Powderham Castle

    Powderham Castle is located in a unique, picturesque setting just outside Exeter, beside the Exe estuary. Six hundred years of history are contained within the walls of one of England\'s oldest family homes.

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    Quay Climbing Centre

    The newest and largest indoor climbing wall has opened in Exeter! With walls ranging from 7 to 14 metres high, two boulder caves, an abseil tower and training walls there is climbing for everyone! After your climb, have a coffee and a cake in the Workshop Cafe.

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    Quince Honey Farm

    Quince Honey Farm is a family run working honey farm which is situated in beautiful North Devon where we have been producing honey since 1949. Our 1500 hives are kept deep in amongst the clover fields and wild flowers from which the bees collect their sweet nectar.

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    River Cottage

    Our River Cottage HQ, found on the Devon and Dorset border, is home to everything we do and is the base for our Cookery and Chefs' School, unique dining experiences and memorable events.

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    River Dart Country Park

    Set in 90 acres of parkland within Dartmoor National Park, the River Dart Country Park has been one of Devon's best-loved family tourist attractions and campsites for over 20 years. The park is packed with attractions, so get here early for a great day out.

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    Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)

    Fully refurbished, the Museum has new displays showcasing the collections and collectors that have helped RAMM to become one of Britain's finest regional museums.

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    Royal William Yard

    Situated in the Stonehouse region of Plymouth, Royal William Yard is a spectacular venue for living, working and having fun. In the past it was a Naval Victualing Yard, but more recently developers Urban Splash have opened up the Yard to the public and brought life back into the old buildings with a mixture of living, working, retail and leisure space.

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    Saddles and Paddles

    We are based on the historic quayside of Exeter City. From our shop you can hire a canoe or bike and explore the Exeter river valley park along miles of canal and towpath there are also two great pubs along the way.

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    Saltram House and Gardens

    Still a largely undiscovered treasure; the result of centuries of sophistication and extravagance, Saltram is the perfect day out: close to Plymouth, yet in a world of its own. With varied walks through the estate, why not pack a picnic and let off steam in this green haven?

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    Sand House and Gardens

    An historic house lived in by the family who have owned it and shared their history with it for over 500 years; a tranquil garden in an idyllic setting - all combine to give you a day out with a difference!

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    Sea Kayak Devon

    Whether you are a family getting into a Sea Kayak for the first time or an experienced paddler looking for a great adventure, Sea Kayak Devon will give you an unforgettable experience!

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    Seaton Jurassic Centre

    With lots of hands-on activities, different rooms and outside areas to explore, dressing up and even a timeship to take you back to the bottom of Jurassic oceans we guarantee a great day out for all ages.

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    Seaton Tramway

    Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon's glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of the abundant wading bird life.

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    Seaton Wetlands

    Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife. You can enjoy a peaceful stroll, have fun pond-dipping and have the opportunity to see wonderful wildlife up close from the five hides.

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    Sidmouth Arboretum

    The Sidmouth Arboretum is a tree sanctuary providing greenery in the area. You can:
    - Add to our Best Loved Tree by nominating your favourite specimen.
    - Join in the Tree guided walks.
    - Help plant and maintain our trees.
    - Tell us where you would like to see more planting.

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    Sidmouth Museum

    "Something for everyone of all ages" is the motto of Sidmouth Museum through its interpretation of Natural History and the Jurassic Coast.
    Free guided strolls depart from the Museum every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.
    Young visitors have their own area and special activity days.

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    Sidmouth Rugby Football Club

    Sidmouth Rugby football club is located at Blackmore, Heydons lane, Sidmouth, Devon, UK. Ring (01395) 516816. Sidmouth Rugby Club was founded in 1884. Sidmouth will play this season in the South West One West League having gained promotion from Western Counties West in 2008.

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    South Devon Railway

    The multi-award winning South Devon Railway is one of Devon's and the West Country's best loved tourist attractions and is the longest established steam railway in the south west.

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    Splashdown Quaywest in Paignton

    Splashdown is the UK's biggest outdoor waterpark. With a variety of waterslides, a general swimming area and Sun Terraces as well as separate pools for under 7s it's a guaranteed great day out for the whole family.

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    Street Motion Freerunning Academy Devon

    The premier provider of contemporary urban sports in the South West England based in South Devon, Street Motion specialise in all aspects of Parkour, Freerunning and related movement disciplines.

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    Stuart Line Cruises

    You can sail on the River Exe and discover the history, beauty and wildlife.

    During the Summer you can sail the Jurassic Coast Line viewing 250 million years of history or sail to a local resorts.

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    Super Tramp Plymouth

    At Super Tramp Plymouth there is a great selection of activities to suit all ages and abilities. We offer Dodgeball, Basketball and Wall Running as well as fitness classes and events for children.

    With over 30 years of trampoline experience you can be sure that we are the best place for safe healthy fun which is something we have always believed in, and a trampoline park is perfect for providing excellent health benefits for any of our customers.

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    Tenpin Bowling Exeter

    Bowling in Exeter is a great way to enjoy some time with friends and family. If you're feeling adventurous why not try Cosmic bowling where you bowl in the dark with neon lights!

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    The Big Sheep

    When looking for the best Devon days out, The BIG Sheep is an award winning attraction full of fun and laughter for the whole family. The whole flock is committed to ensuring that everyone in the family has a guaranteed great day out in Devon.

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    The Donkey Sanctuary

    Beautiful and loving. They have given all they can to their owners. Their reward was to suffer in agony. We care for thousands of donkeys and we give them love. The sad truth is we are having to help more and more neglected donkeys all over the world.

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    The Milky Way Adventure Park

    With over 110,000 sq feet of indoor fun & acres of outdoor activities, The Milky Way is the biggest all weather, family day out in North Devon. It's designed to be fun for parents as well as kids and there are no hidden extras with all activities included in the entrance fee.

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    Theatre Royal Plymouth

    When: 20.11.2286 to 31.12.1969

    The Theatre Royal Plymouth is the largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and the leading promoter of theatre in the South West.

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    Tinside Lido

    Set in a beautiful location overlooking the sea at the tip of Plymouth Hoe and voted one of the top 10 best outdoor pools in Europe, Tinside Lido opens during the Summer months to provide a quintessentially British outdoor salt water swimming experience.

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    Tiverton Canal Co

    Welcome to Tiverton Canal Co., home to the last horse-drawn barge in the West Country.
    Located in Mid Devon on the banks of the Grand Western Canal, the Tiverton Canal Co., is a unique tourist attraction and offers an enjoyable family day out.

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    Torquay United Football Club

    This proud former member of the football league is currently playing in the National League under manager Kevin Nicholson. Average attendances above the 1,300 mark, the club is heading back having secured new funds. Get behind the seagulls in their quest to return to former glory

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    Trago Family Shopping and Leisure Parks

    Thousands travel from far and wide to save fortunes on the biggest range of discounted goods in the West Country from carpets to paperclips - and to enjoy the superb family leisure facilities set in 100 acres of rolling South Devon countryside.

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    Walking with Llamas on the Jurassic Coast

    For a truly enjoyable and unforgettable experience come walking with llamas (sometimes known as "llama trekking") on East Devon's spectacular Jurassic Coast.

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    Watermouth Caslte

    Step back in time and enjoy some of the simple pleasures of Victorian Life, see nostalgic curios of every kind including a mechanical robot organ, Victorian kitchen, dungeons and the Mighty Mortier Water extravaganza a magical mix of fountains, lights and music.

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    Westpoint Arena

    Westpoint holds a variety of exhibitions, entertainment shows, concerts, conferences and events.

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    Woodlands Family Theme Park

    The Largest Family Theme Park in the South West is a fun filled day out for the whole family. From little kids to kid-ults there's something for everyone is this 90acre park. Woodlands Family Theme Park is a great value day out.

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    World of Country Life

    Purveying a unique blend of historical treasures and curious animals, World of Country Life aims to provide a memorable experience for all the family. Proudly displaying the largest collection of vintage vehicles, motorcycles and steam engines in the South West.

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    Yarak Bird of prey falconary centre

    Yarak is a privately owned centre, set in the heart of the countryside in a beautiful tranquil setting. Provides a hands on experience for all. Yarak is the great place to spend three hours in Cullumpton with a Collection of birds including Owls, Hawk and Eagle. (Booking only)