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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. ”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
General Entertainment
“The last Castle to be built in England. A National Trust property on Dartmoor with stunning views, lovely walks, Cafe and the actual Castle.”
  • 21 lokale anbefaler
General Entertainment
“The most beautiful walks....all year round... super little pub on the river at Fingle bridge.”
  • 19 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
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.”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Slot
“Great seaside town with several beaches, lovely canal walk and plenty of independently owned shops and eateries.”
  • 35 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“It's a great place to visit. Check online for Exhibitions on display. ”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
History Museum
“Okehampton Museum is 7 miles away and packed with the historical artefacts and history of the region.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler

Naturskønne udkigspunkter

Slot
“Hardly noticeable at the top of the town but worth a look whilst visiting Totnes”
  • 24 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word Hoe, a sloping ridge shaped like an inverted foot and heel.”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“A breath-taking panorama, no trip to Plymouth is complete without a visit to Plymouth Hoe. With unbeatable views across Plymouth Sound, it’s the perfect place to spend a sunny day, enjoying a picnic on the grass or taking a dip in the art deco Tinside Lido. Standing tall on the luscious green-lawned expanse of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. Gaze down at the shoreline and you’ll see the glorious Tinside Lido, open to the public for bathing during the summer months. It is here where Sir Francis Drake, intrepid explorer and local hero, is immortalised in a statue, situated just a few metres from the green where he finished his game of bowls before heading out to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588. At the eastern end of the Hoe you’ll find The Royal Citadel, the most impressive 17th century fortress in Britain and for many years England’s most important defence against attack from the sea. The Citadel has been in constant military occupation since it was built and today it is home to some of Plymouth’s modern heroes – the troops of 29 Commando Royal Artillery. Plymouth Hoe is also host to many fantastic annual events including the famous Plymouth Armed Forces Day and the British Firework Championships. ”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler
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.”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“There are many national trust properties around east Cornwall. This is just one .. they are all lovely! ”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“National Trust car park with easy circular walk on a cliff top with stunning views over Sidmouth”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
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!”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
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. ”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler

Historiske steder

Monument / Landmark
“Kents Cavern is our family business, it has been run by our family for over 110 years. A truely exciting and unique day out. Well worth a visit!”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“Atmospheric house containing family silver, china and books from the 1950s with a woodland garden. ”
  • 23 lokale anbefaler
Slot
“Beautiful castle with gardens and watermill in medieval Dunster. My favourite time to visit is in December when it is illuminated with Christmas lights - Dunster by Candlelight is a recommended event.”
  • 31 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“Set in acres of beautiful deer park on the banks of the Exe Estuary is an impressive castle with guided tours around the rooms. Pricey and the castle tours maybe too much for young children but there is a playground and petting zoo for them. Lovely location, stunning views, great farm shop with café and small garden centre.”
  • 19 lokale anbefaler
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”
  • 20 lokale anbefaler
Historic Site
“If you're fond of a National Trust venue, this place offers stunning walks in their vast garden grounds.”
  • 26 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word Hoe, a sloping ridge shaped like an inverted foot and heel.”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“A breath-taking panorama, no trip to Plymouth is complete without a visit to Plymouth Hoe. With unbeatable views across Plymouth Sound, it’s the perfect place to spend a sunny day, enjoying a picnic on the grass or taking a dip in the art deco Tinside Lido. Standing tall on the luscious green-lawned expanse of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. Gaze down at the shoreline and you’ll see the glorious Tinside Lido, open to the public for bathing during the summer months. It is here where Sir Francis Drake, intrepid explorer and local hero, is immortalised in a statue, situated just a few metres from the green where he finished his game of bowls before heading out to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588. At the eastern end of the Hoe you’ll find The Royal Citadel, the most impressive 17th century fortress in Britain and for many years England’s most important defence against attack from the sea. The Citadel has been in constant military occupation since it was built and today it is home to some of Plymouth’s modern heroes – the troops of 29 Commando Royal Artillery. Plymouth Hoe is also host to many fantastic annual events including the famous Plymouth Armed Forces Day and the British Firework Championships. ”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler

Biblioteker

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?”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Library
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Library
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Library
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Library
  • 1 lokal anbefaler