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Attractions in Torbay

  • Torbay's most historic building. Built in 1196 as a monastery, it is now the Mayor's official residence.

  • Modern zoo with conservation at heart. Zoo is split into six habitat themed zones with big cats, elephants, primates, snakes, lizards & birds and more

  • Focusing on the conservation of coastal and marine life, enjoy the marine birds including penguins, and experience underwater viewing and interactive activities.

  • Offering a unique insight into life on board Sir Francis Drakes 16th century sailing ship.

  • Dramatic fortified manor house

  • Doomsday book village surrounded by 460 Acres of parkland, woodland, and farmland.

  • Berry Head is Torbay's most important wildlife site. It also features Napoleonic fortifications, geological formations and landscapes designated as being of national importance.

  • Local sea life centre - now closed / replaced by Living Coasts

  • 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

  • Late medieval stone built house, restored in the 1960s.Offers an insight into life in a town house during the 15th century

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