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Sightseeing og landemerker i Devon

Historiske museer

History Museum
“A museum that takes visitors back through 400 million years of time; a great place for world culture, local history and artefacts, in addition to a fascinating gallery dedicated to Agatha Christie. ”
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General Entertainment
“The most beautiful walks....all year round... super little pub on the river at Fingle bridge.”
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History Museum
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History Museum
“Fascinating insight into the history of Dartmoor life from the Bronze Age onwards, it's people, geology, farming and other industries. There's a cafe in the courtyard and plenty of other shops and restaurants in Okehampton.”
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History Museum
“It's a great place to visit. Check online for Exhibitions on display. ”
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Naturskjønne utsiktsplasser

Slott
“Hardly noticeable at the top of the town but worth a look whilst visiting Totnes”
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Scenic Lookout
“National Trust car park with easy circular walk on a cliff top with stunning views over Sidmouth”
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Waterfall
“Delightful walk along the Fowey river in a nature sanctuary - great for paddling in the river and historical industrial remains. Impressive rocky and woodland landscape.”
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Scenic Lookout
“An amazing vista across Plymouth sound towards Drakes Island and Mount Edgecumbe”
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Scenic Lookout
“Great grounds and made famous recently for being used as a location for Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland. It has a trail for this in its grounds”
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Scenic Lookout
“One of our favorite walks. Rame Head to Cawsand. Park at Rame Head and walk along the coastal footpath to Cawsand. Have some lunch. If you are feeling lazy walk back along the the road. If you are feeling fit go back on the footpath!”
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Scenic Lookout
“This is directly situated behind us. This is a beautiful green steep hill where if you look out you can see Wales. This is a great place for walking dogs and great for a short hike or run. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“An iconic Plymouth landmark, this lighthouse was one of four built to mark the Eddystone Reef, a treacherous group of rocks that lie 14 miles south west of Plymouth between 1759 and 1882. Damaged by the sea, and no longer suitable to hold the latest lighting technology, the lighthouse was moved to Plymouth Hoe in 1884. Climb the 93 steps to the top for fantastic views over Plymouth Sound. ”
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Historiske steder

Historic Site
“Atmospheric house containing family silver, china and books from the 1950s with a woodland garden. ”
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Slott
“An ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens. The picturesque village of Dunster with its shops and cafes is within spitting distance too!”
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Historic Site
“Great for walks and food- it can be reached via a short boat journey from Cremyl in Plymouth. good walk would be to Kingsand from Mount Edgecumbe a long the coastal path and then catch the boat back to Plymouth”
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Historic Site
“If you're fond of a National Trust venue, this place offers stunning walks in their vast garden grounds.”
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Scenic Lookout
“An amazing vista across Plymouth sound towards Drakes Island and Mount Edgecumbe”
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Historic Site
“Beautiful national trust park, great views, kids play park, cafe and animals.”
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Historic Site
“Hartland Abbey with its beautiful gardens and grounds welcomes visitors from the end of March until October. It is the cherished home of the Stucley family with treasures and memorabilia collected over many generations. The beautiful 18thC Walled and Woodland gardens, the walks and the parkland provide visitors with extensive grounds through which to wander and enjoy the stunning valley leading down to the rugged Atlantic cove and cottage at Blackpool Mill, the location for many notable films. ”
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Historic Site
“Really lovely woodlands to visit for a walk along the river bank. Found on the outskirts of the small market town of Bovey Tracey, gateway to mystical Dartmoor. You can walk from the town (about one mile) or stop off as you drive to the open moor, where the next stop is the rugged crag of Haytor. Take wellies. Includes: a vegetable garden, fruit garden and orchard ice house, fish pond, grazing meadows for livestock and beehives for honey and gardens to wander in for spiritual refreshment. Free to enter, £2 parking (check prices before visiting). Lovely cafe with amazing food. Walking distance to Bovey Tracey, lovely town with Arts Centre and lots of independent shops and cafes.”
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Bibliotek

Library
“For information and ideas on local events and things to do in the local area, why not pop in and see the team at the TIC in Kingsbridge?”
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Library
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Library
“The perfect place to while away a few hours, convenient for the shops - an ideal waiting point for those who dont want to look around.”
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Library
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