You are here

Attractions in East Devon

  • A vast man-made complex of underground caverns created by centuries of quarrying the famous Beer Stone.

  • The fossil rich coastline of South East Devon makes up part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The rocks here represent 185 million years of the Earth's history.

  • Set between Exeter and the Jurassic Coast of East Devon Bicton Gardens date back nearly 300 years.

  • Farm Animals, falconry centre, goat walking, deer park, vintage cars, Victorian street adventure playground, steam engines and more

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Five individually themed gardens to explore either by foot, or by miniature steam and diesel locomotives, including the famous Beer Heights Light Railway.

  • England's highest waterfall, situated in the Teign Valley.

  • The largest honey farm in the country, this exhibition allows you to observe honeybee colonies at work; from honey production and beeswax, to the finished product.

  • A centuries old working watermill, famous bakery & shop, and a gallery selling works by local artists.Situated in the heart of the Otter Valley.

Pages