Places to go
Exmouth - so much to offer the visitor
Exmouth is a beautiful seaside town which has regularly won Britain in Bloom competitions over the years. The immaculately kept Manor Gardens are a joy to behold. The Esplanade runs the length of the two-mile sea front from the busy Marina to the high viewpoint of Orcombe Point.
Along its length are many attractions including: Cruise Trips, Gardens, Children’s Rides, Bowling, Lifeboat Display, Amusements, Picnic & Barbecue Areas, Pubs, Restaurants, Cafés and centrally is the Pavilion with its live shows, exhibitions and tea-rooms. On your walk along the Esplanade why not pop into Micky’s, Michael Caines’ newest restaurant and café, or pop into Edge Watersports you just might bump into a world champion or two!
The Town Centre’s pedestrianised areas of The Strand and Magnolia Shopping Centre have centrally situated car parks for ease of access. Of course you could leave your car at your Holiday Home, catch an open-topped bus to the Town Centre, then take a trip around on the Land Train to get your bearings before sampling the wonders of Exmouth!
World of Country Life
The World of Country Life, situated right next door to the Devon Cliffs entrance, is a truly wonderful place for old and young alike! It has everything - farm animals to feed, racing ferrets and pigs, Birds of Prey shows, a Deer Train Safari, rare steam engines, historic motorbikes and cars and large indoor and outdoor play areas plus lots of places to eat. The World of Country Life is a guaranteed fantastic day out for the whole family.
Stuart Line Cruises and Land Train
Cruise ships are a daily fixture on the water and have literally become part of the scenery. We are an all weather, family-friendly, dog-friendly, value for money experience with boat trips accessible for wheelchair users. Bookings can be made for large groups, small groups and all those in between!
Also check out our Land Trains running throughout the summer in and around Exmouth... Joint tickets available.
Powderham Castle and Gounds
Powderham Castle lies in a beautiful deer park on the banks of the River Exe. The Castle was first opened to visitors in 1959, since then in excess of a million people have been through the doors to share in over 600 years of history. Very little of the Castle itself has changed since those early days, but there are now many more attractions in the grounds for visitors of all ages to enjoy. To check if there any events on whilst you’re in the area visit the website...
Read more at www.powderham.co.uk
Donkey Sanctuary, Sidmouth
Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary is a real favourite and it’s the largest sanctuary of its kind. One of the most popular attractions in Devon, the sanctuary is also one of the most natural. Wide open fields lead to far-reaching views, and visitors can meet and greet the donkeys in their own time and get to know more about the work of the dedicated volunteers.
The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, Devon is open 365 days a year.
Crealy Theme Park and Resort, Exeter, Devon
Crealy Theme Park and Resort features over 60 rides and attractions for you and the family to enjoy as well as a fantastic calendar of events and live shows throughout the year. Crealy is an award winning family Theme Park that features the most rides in Devon, as well as three huge indoor play areas, meaning its maximum fun whatever the weather!
Book online and save £££s.
- Woodlands Theme Park: www.woodlandspark.com
- Beer Caves: www.beerquarrycaves.co.uk
- Bicton Gardens: www.bictongardens.co.uk
- Pecorama Gardens & Light Railway
- Living Coasts, Torquay - www.livingcoasts.org.uk
- Exeter Cathedral: www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk
- Exeter Castle: www.exetercastle.uk
- Exeter Museum: www.rammuseum.org.uk
- Becky Falls and Woodland Park: www.beckyfalls.com
- Canonteign Falls, Woodland and Lakes: www.canonteignfalls.com
- Paignton Zoo: www.paigntonzoo.org.uk
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