Tourist Attractions etc in Exeter & East Devon
You are here:    UK  >  South West England  >  Exeter & East Devon  >  Attractions  >  General Tourist Attractions
Spacer
south somerset area dorset area exmoor area north devon area south east devon area south west devon area Map of Exeter

Exeter & East Devon Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions in & around the area of Exeter & East Devon...







Exeter & East Devon Tourist Attractions

 
tabWORLD OF COUNTRY LIFETourist Attraction
Westdown Farm, Westdown Lane, Sandy Bay, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 5BU
Photo
Located at Sandy Bay in Exmouth, on the beautiful world heritage Jurassic coast, the team here at World of Country Life are looking forward to making your day out to the Park a very special experience. Just some of the attractions and activities you and your family can enjoy by choosing the World of Country Life to have a great day out include: A chance to get up close, feed and get to know our animal friends from the farm! Meet the team at the Hawkridge birds of prey centre. A fantastic walk through "days gone by" in the memorabilia. And not forgetting the classic car and motorbike exhibitions and the biggest display of steam engines in the South West! It's impossible to list everything to be found and experienced at the World of Country Life.
Tel: 01395 274533
E-mail: info@worldofcountrylife.co.uk
See our website

tabFOREVER ENGLANDTourist Attraction
Grenville House, Old Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 8LP


Soft furnishing collections & interior accessories. We stock a select collection of bedding & linens. A wide selection of quilts & patchwork quilts. We have a wide range of gift ware, which changes with the seasons. Mirrors lamps & china also stocked. All the essential little touches to add to the home. To mail order telephone 0870 241 6517.
Tel: 01395 578043    Fax: 01395 389777
E-mail: mail@foreverengland.net
See our website

tabEXETER RED COAT GUIDESTourist Attraction
c/o Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets, Dix's Field, Exeter, EX1 1GF


Explore one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in England with Exeter's Red Coat Guides. Tours are FREE and operate daily. No booking is required. There are 18 tours to choose from including Ghosts and Legends, Exeter's Historic Quayside and exploring the Catacomb by torchlight! With a history which dates back to before the arrival of the Romans, there's plenty to discover on a Red Coat Tour.
Tel: 01392 265203
E-mail: tic.manager@exeter.gov.uk
See our website

blank tabQUAY HOUSE VISITOR CENTRETourist Attraction
46 The Quay, Exeter, EX246 The Quay, Exeter, EX2 4AN


Built in 1680, Exeter's Quay House Visitor Centre brings the history of the Quayside to life through displays and artefacts. Watch Exeter 2,000 years of History a lively audio-visual presentation covering 2,000 years of Exeter's History in just 15 minutes! Offering visitor information, treasure hunts, an accommodation booking service, plus a gift shop, this Centre provides an excellent introduction to Exeter's Historic Quayside. The Quayside is a must for all visitors offering level walking and cycling routes, boat trips, canoe hire, lively events, unique shopping in converted warehouses and great places to eat and drink.
Tel: 01392 271611
E-mail: quayhouse@exeter.gov.uk
See our website

tabEXETER'S UNDERGROUND PASSAGESTourist Attraction
2 Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1GA


Discover what lies beneath the streets of Exeter on a guided tour of Exeter's Underground Passages. This unique visitor attraction re-opened in 2007 with a brand new exhibition and interpretation centre, packed full of interactive displays, fascinating archaeological finds and a full-scale passages model. Exeter is the only city in the UK to have underground passages of this type and guided tours have taken place here since the 1930s. Today mod cons include hard hats, lighting and a DVD presentation, but the passages still hold a fascination to all that enter. Please contact us for opening times, prices and access information.
Tel: 01392 665887
E-mail: underground.passages@exeter.gov.uk
See our website

Peak Hill Llamas

4 Lower Brook Meadow, Sidford, Sidmouth, EX10 9PS
Tel: 01395 578697     E-mail: info@walkingwithllamas.co.uk

We offer a selection of escorted walks with llamas on East Devon's spectacular Jurassic Coast including a morning walk with tea/coffee and muffins, and an afternoon Devon cream tea walk. Llamas are gentle, inquisitive animals and make ideal walking companions. They carry packs containing all the food & drink, and we stop half way for refreshments and to take in the magnificent scenery. We are very fortunate in being based on a 330 acre working farm just outside Sidmouth, and all our walks - including a section of the South West Coast Path - can be done without leaving the farm's own land. All our walks have breath-taking views of the Jurassic Coastline and surrounding countryside. Group visits & corporate events also catered for.

Grey Rule

Crealy Park

Sidmouth Road, Clyst St. Mary, Exeter, Devon, EX5 1DR
Tel: 01395 233200     E-mail: fun@crealy.co.uk

Crealy offers an unforgettable day packed with magic, fun and adventure for all the family, with El Pastil Loco Coaster, Queen Bess Pirate Ship, Techno Race Karts, Bumper Boats, Victorian Carousel and huge indoor and outdoor play areas. Visit the New Animal Theatre and Animal Realm to ride, feed, milk, groom or cuddle the friendliest animals in Devon. Unearth the Farming Realms original Great Farm Adventures and lose yourself in our Natural Realm.

Grey Rule

Canonteign Falls

Chudleigh, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7RH
Tel: 01647 252434  E-mail: info@canonteighfalls.com

Canonteign, home of England's highest Waterfall (220 ft), is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. A breathtaking mix of waterfalls, lakes and cascades, surrounded by spectacular rock formations in a magnificent ancient woodland setting. Children and adults alike enjoy the ambience that is unique to this visitor attraction. On a hot day you can relax in the beautiful Victorian Fern Garden or just take a stroll around the Wetland Nature Reserve. Youngsters can enjoy the indoor and outdoor play areas and the Junior Commando Assault Course, whilst everyone loves the wildfowl and miniature ponies. Our Woodcutters Caf/Restaurant is well known for its home-cooked fare and delicious Devon Cream Teas. The Barbecue/Tuck Box is available for burgers, snacks, sandwiches and yummy Devon Farmhouse Ice Cream and our well-stocked Gift Shop will provide you with the chance of finding an unusual souvenir or gift.

Grey Rule

Pecorama

Underleys, Beer, Seaton, Devon, EX12 3NA
Tel: 01297 21542     E-mail: pecorama@pecobeer.co.uk

Situated on the hillside above the picturesque fishing village of Beer, East Devon (on the south-west coast of England), PECORAMA has something to offer every member of the family. The attraction, having a railway theme, includes a fascinating Indoor Exhibition of modelling in various popular scales, whilst the Gardens are home to the famous Beer Heights Light Railway. This 7-inch narrow gauge passenger-carrying line, powered by miniature steam and diesel locomotives, winds its mile-long way through tunnels, loops and cuttings giving wonderful views of Beer and Lyme Bay en-route. Visitors will find the grounds also offer imaginative children's' play areas, crazy golf and full catering facilities.

Grey Rule

Coldharbour Mill

Coldharbour, Uffculme, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 3EE
Tel: 01884 840960      E-mail: info@coldharbourmill.org.uk

Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum, in the Devon Heartland, houses an impressive array of working spinning and weaving machines, two mill engines and an 1888 Lancashire boiler. Also on site, licensed Waterside Restaurant and Mill Shop.

Grey Rule