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Attractions in Exmouth

  • 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.

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

  • Nature reserve situated at the mouth of the River Exe in South Devon

  • Country estate gardens with woodland garden, formal lawns, walled vegetable garden and kitchen gardens

  • Small museum housed in a quirky thatched house.

  • Museum with collections showing various aspects of Exmouth's past including Local Businesses, Wartime, Children's toys, School Photos and artefacts, Railways, Local Bricks, Antique Lace, Churches, and

  • 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.

  • 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.