Rainy days out in Devon

  • 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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  • Museum of British Surfing

    Museum of British Surfing

    Braunton

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

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  • The Box, Plymouth

    The Box, Plymouth

    Plymouth

    Imagine a place where a life-sized mammoth rubs shoulders with the Mayflower, where nostalgic film archive footage is shown alongside cutting edge contemporary art and where you can have lunch under a giant ship’s figurehead.

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  • Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

    Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

    Exeter

    Exeter's world-class museum, with 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 Fox Brothers' 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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  • Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum

    Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum

    Kingsbridge

    In the Old Grammar School you find an historic building, a range of collections and a local history archive.

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  • Totnes Museum

    Totnes Museum

    TOTNES

    Totnes Museum is contained within a Grade I listed authentic Elizabethan Merchant's House, built around 1575 for the Kelland family and located in the heart of Totnes.

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  • Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum

    Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum

    Newton Abbot

    The museum now lives inside Newton's Place, a beautifully restored and adapted nineteenth century church.

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