Attractions of Exeter and Devon - there's plenty to see!
Devon has many visitor attractions and beautiful sights to see within the county. Each of these offers their own unique features and characteristics. Whether it's adventure fun parks, friendly farms, stately homes or prehistoric caves - Devon has something for everyone.
These pages give a brief summary of just some of the attractions available within the county of Devon by listing them with a small description, directions and web site link for more information if available.
For more information - Follow the external web link sign.
Most hotels, guest houses and information centres will also be able to provide pamphlets on some of the attractions available. These will give a more in-depth description and also offer directions on how to get there.
Cobbled street descending down towards the tiny harbour and unspoilt historic village of Clovelly. The audio-visual show narrates the development from 2000 years BC.
Off the A39 Nr Bideford
Tel: 01237 431781
Granite castle built around 1920. Combines medieval looks with 20th century comfort..
Off A382 Drewsteignton
Tel: 01647 433306
Victorian military base.
Tel: 01752 793754
Woodlands Leisure Park
Family Park with rides, animals and action. Set in acres of woodland and gardens.
Sign posted from A38, Nr Totnes
Tel: 01803 712598
South Devon Railway
Steam train, museum and great scenery along a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line.
Buckfastleigh Station, Buckfastleigh, on the A38
Tel: 01364 644370
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