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  • Holsworthy Museum // Holsworthy

    Small rural museum featuring local history, railway, agriculture, medical and apothecary, craft and military exhibitions

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  • Ilfracombe Museum // Ilfracombe

    Opened in 1932 this small museum offers a quirky, eclectic range of exhibits from butterflies to buddhas

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  • Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway

    Water powered funicular travelling an 862 foot length of track; from Lynmouth nestling at the foot of the cliffs to Lynton perched 500 feet above.

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  • Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway

    Water powered funicular travelling an 862 foot length of track; from Lynmouth nestling at the foot of the cliffs to Lynton perched 500 feet above.

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  • Merchant

    The largest and finest surviving example of a 16th/early 17th century residence in Plymouth. Houses museum illustrating different aspects of Plymouth's history

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  • Greenway // Brixham

    Greenway House - Devon

    Discover Agatha Christie's beloved holiday home on the banks of the River Dart. The relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the 1950s, and contains many of the family's collections, including archaeology, Tunbridgeware, silver, botanical china and books.

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  • Powderham Castle // Exeter

    Powderham Castle through arch

    One of England's best known stately homes - the historic home of the Earl of Devon. Open to the public and is available for private and corporate functions, and licensed for Civil Wedding Ceremonies.

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  • A La Ronde // Exmouth

    A La Ronde House - Exeter

    A La Ronde is probably unique in Britain, if not the world for having sixteen sides. In fact there are many quirky features to this 18th century country house.

    The house was built on the instructions of two spinster cousins; Jane and Mary Parminter. Jane was the daughter of a Barnstaple...

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  • North Devon Maritime Museum Appledore

    The North Devon Maritime Museum is located in the sea port and village of Appledore, which sits on the estuary of the River Taw and River Torridge. The museum is housed in a grade II listed Georgian building which has also been the home of several ship owners over the past 200 years. It details...

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  • Exmoor Steam Railway // Barnstaple

    Exmoor Steam Railway

    Exmoor Steam Railway is located in Bratton Fleming, on the western slopes of the Exmoor National Park in north Devon. It sits at almost 1000 feet above sea level and is the highest narrow gauge steam railway in the country.

    The railway opened in 1990 as a tourist attraction and originally...

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  • Saltram // Plymouth

    Saltram house - Devon

    Situated high above the river Plym near Plymouth is the Georgian mansion of Saltram. Although the house actually dates back to Tudor times it was remodelled beyond recognition by the designer and architect of the day, Robert Adam.

    The house is set among 500 acres of rolling parkland...

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  • Cadhay // Ottery St Mary

    Cadhay

    The historic manor house and estate at Cadhay dates back to pre-medieval times, although most of the current house is Elizabethan. It was built in 1550 for John Haydon, a bencher at Lincoln's Inn and in essence remains largely unchanged since.

    When the Cadhay house was originally...

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  • Buckland Abbey // Yelverton

    Buckland Abbey

    This fine medieval house near Yelverton was once (as the name suggests) an abbey. Originally settled by Cistercian monks, the abbey and its estate were founded in 1278. However, as with virtually all of England's abbeys, Buckland was forced to close in the 1540s by Henry VIII and his Dissolution...

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  • Tarka Line // Barnstaple

    Tarka Line - Umberleigh Station

    Running through the Devonshire countryside is the Tarka Line, a 39 mile railway line that runs from Exeter to Barnstaple and takes approximately one hour to make the full journey. It is one of the country's most scenic branch lines and runs through the Yeo and Taw valleys, with much of the route...

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