Attractions near DartmouthClick map markers to show details below
Attractions in order of distance
Bayard's Cover Fort is a small early Tudor artillery fort, built to defend the harbour entrance at Dartmouth
Well-preserved and beautifully sited 14th century castle juts out into the narrow entrance of the Dart estuary
Arts & Crafts-style house with elegant Art Deco-influenced interior, set amid gardens in a spectacular coastal setting.
150 acre farm including 40 acres of woodland and 15 acre gardens and nursery.
Picturesque beach, complete with cafe and beach shop, showers, disabled facilities and watersport equipment hire.
Offering a unique insight into life on board Sir Francis Drakes 16th century sailing ship.
Berry Head is Torbay's most important wildlife site. It also features Napoleonic fortifications, geological formations and landscapes designated as being of national importance.
Modern zoo with conservation at heart. Zoo is split into six habitat themed zones with big cats, elephants, primates, snakes, lizards & birds and more
Late medieval stone built house, restored in the 1960s.Offers an insight into life in a town house during the 15th century
Ruined castle situated in a picturesque valley. Consists of a 15th century gatehouse and wall surrounding a 16th century Elizabethan country house
Focusing on the conservation of coastal and marine life, enjoy the marine birds including penguins, and experience underwater viewing and interactive activities.
Doomsday book village surrounded by 460 Acres of parkland, woodland, and farmland.
Torbay's most historic building. Built in 1196 as a monastery, it is now the Mayor's official residence. [CLOSED FOR RESTORATION UNTIL 2013]
One of the most important Palaeolithic caves in Northern Europe and the oldest recognisable human dwelling in Britain, dating back 500,000 years. Also contains many interesting geological formations
A unique visitor centre with fifteen shops, eating places and workshops set in a village atmosphere.
Wildlife hospital caring for sick, injured and orphan wildlife with a view to returning to wild as soon as possible. The centre is also an educational centre on issues facing wildlife.
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor, next to a river populated by wild otters, the sanctuary has enclosures of both British and Asian short-clawed otters. The adjacent butterfly house is home to free-flying…
One of the smallest zoos in Europe focusing on the smaller endangered species. Set in semitropical gardens, on the hillside above the village of Shaldon.