Devon has lots of attractions to visit and places to see!
The county of Devon will not disappoint when it comes to attractions - There's so much to see and do. From woodland walks and coastal hikes to medieval castles and historic railways - you'll be coming back year after year.
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.
Prickly Ball Farm and Hedgehog Hospital
Visit and learn about this much loved animal that roams around the towns and countryside of Devon.
Just off the A381 from Newton Abbot
Tel: 01626 362319
Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life
Collections include agriculture, industry, social history, and transport.
Beck's Square, Tiverton
Tel: 01884 256295
See the stalactites and stalagmites within this cavern and hear the stone age tales.
Torquay - Follow brown tourist signs!
Tel: 01803 215136
Medieval Castle of Powderham home to the Earl of Devon. See the rooms full of tapestries, portraits and historic furnishings. View the magnificent grounds and see the deer in the Deer Park.
On the A379 from Exeter to Kenton
Tel 01626 890243
England's only traditional working malthouse open to the public.
Teign Road, Newton Abbot
Tel: 01626 334734
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