Things to do in East Devon

  • Allhallows Museum

    Allhallows Museum

    HONITON

    Our museum building is the oldest in Honiton with an interesting history.

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  • Axe Valley Heritage Museum

    Axe Valley Heritage Museum

    Seaton

    The museum concentrates on the lower Axe Valley and also includes the adjacent villages of Beer, Axmouth, Branscombe, Colyton and Colyford.

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  • Lyme Regis Museum

    Lyme Regis Museum

    Lyme Regis

    David Attenborough describes the Museum as "A delightful and remarkable museum, a jewel.

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  • Exmouth Museum

    Exmouth Museum

    EXMOUTH

    "a little gem of a place" - Western Morning News---------- Exmouth Museum was first opened in 1985 and is housed in a 19th century building which was the Council Stables together with the adjoining foreman's cottage.

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  • Fairlynch Museum

    Fairlynch Museum

    Budleigh Salterton

    Fairlynch Museum and Arts Centre is one of the very few thatched museums in the UK.

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  • A la Ronde

    A la Ronde

    Exmouth

    Individual 18th-century house with fascinating interior decoration and collections.

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  • Sidmouth Museum

    Sidmouth Museum

    Sidmouth

    This Regency cottage has two floors of displays and exhibits.

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  • Killerton House

    Killerton House

    Exeter

    Fine 18th-century house with costume collection, hillside garden and estate.

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  • Markers Cottage

    Markers Cottage

    Exeter

    A fascinating medieval cob house, containing a cross-passage screen decorated with a painting of St Andrew.

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  • Whimple Heritage Centre

    Whimple Heritage Centre

    Whimple

    The Whimple Heritage Centre is managed and maintained by an enthusiastic group of volunteers interested in Whimple's past and also its present.

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  • Axminster Heritage Centre

    Axminster Heritage Centre

    Axminster

    Axminster Heritage Centre tells the story of Axminster and its surrounding villages from pre-history, through Roman times, as a busy agricultural market town post its 1210 charter and as an important brush making centre, notably for toothbrushes.

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