Rainy days out in Devon

  • Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

    Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

    Exeter

    Exeter's world-class museum has stunning new displays and galleries, fabulous exhibitions and modern amenities.

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  • Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum

    Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum

    Cullompton

    Coldharbour Mill, built between 1797 and 1799 as the first Spinning Mill in the South West, preserves a collection of Victorian spinning frames for the worsted process, and Hattersley looms are still in use to weave knitting yarns, tartan cloth, rugs and stair runners.

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  • Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum

    Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum

    Newton Abbot

    The museum covers a range of aspects of local history, including World War One exhibits and films, the John Lethbridge display telling the story of an 18th century salvage diver, the 16th century Sandford Orleigh carvings , accounts of the lives of Notable Newtonians and the ever-popular Great Western Railway room.

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  • Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

    Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

    Lifton

    Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre is a 45,000 square foot indoor attraction that provides a unique opportunity to view our Fairground Heritage in a beautiful rural location.

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  • Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

    Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

    Plymouth

    CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAJOR REDEVELOPMENT Located close to Plymouth's city centre this exciting regional museum has permanent collections of world cultures, ancient Egypt, archaeology, maritime and local history, natural history, fine and decorative art.

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  • Museum of British Surfing

    Museum of British Surfing

    Braunton

    The Museum of British Surfing - an award-winning visitor attraction in Braunton, near the North Devon coast.

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