Things to do in East Devon

  • 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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  • Axminster Heritage Centre

    Axminster Heritage Centre

    Axminster

    OPEN FROM AUGUST 1st Temporary CV19 measures have been introduced so guests can visit us safe in the knowledge we are diligently following the Government and museum sector recommendations.

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  • Exmouth Museum registered charity 291311

    Exmouth Museum registered charity 291311

    EXMOUTH

    "a little gem of a place" - Western Morning News.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Topsham Museum

    Topsham Museum

    Topsham

    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic,Topsham Museum is currently closed but will re-open in March 2021.

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  • Sidmouth Museum

    Sidmouth Museum

    SIDMOUTH

    Sidmouth Museum offers 'Something for Everyone'.

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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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