All weather attraction. Sheep shearing, garden centre, lamb feeding, internet cafe, dog trials, pony rides, sheep show, pottery, horse whispering, farm safari, brewery, tractor racing. Restaurant & cafe.
Explore Braunton's long association with the sea, the importance of local agriculture & what it was when a small contingent of American soldiers were stationed here during World War II. Toilets adjacent, disabled access, adjacent free car park.
Large collection of military vehicles and wartime memorabilia. Shop. NAAFI Wagon serves light refreshments.
A small museum showing old village industries of silver mining, lime quarrying and burning, agriculture, horticulture, maritime history. Shop, parking adjacent but difficult disabled access.
Wild life (monkeys, timber wolves, snow leopards etc); Theme park - full size dinosaurs; Sea lion shows; falconry displays; Tropical butterfly house etc. Talks and howling shows by Shaun Ellis (or one of his staff) the wolf behaviour expert.
Watch the craftsmen transform hot molten crystal into wonderful items. Live demonstrations. Have your hand or foot cast in glass, paint your own glass, have a go at glass blowing, make your own jewellery. Visitor centre, factory tour, cafe, restaurant, cream teas. Factory shops.
Daily events. The zoo cares for over 200 species of animals and birds. Cheetahs, Penguins, Alpacas, Monkeys, Mongoose, Otters, Meerkats, Wallabys, Cranes, Hornbills, etc.
Fascinating collection of over 20,000 items of natural history, victoriana, maritime, minerals, archaeology, maps, paintings, photos, militaria and costume related to local history. Brass Rubbing Centre. Shop, toilets, disabled access, parking nearby.
Narrow gauge railway. Steam & diesel hauled trains. Tea rooms, shop, wheelchair friendly. Well behaved dogs welcome.
11 miles from the coast of North Devon, three miles long and half a mile wide. It is a place of outstanding natural beauty, simple pleasure, quiet and peaceful. Medieval castle, seals, back rabbits, puffins, birds of prey, basking sharks. Sample local ales at the Marisco Tavern, buy special Lundy stamps. No dogs.
Live shows, birds of prey, dodgems, pets corner, archery, lazer target shooting, roller coaster, maze. All weather attraction.
Old Corn Mill & Tea Room, Hele Bay, Ilfracombe 16th century watermill. Rescued from dereliction & restored to working mill in 1973, producing 100% wholemeal stoneground flour and muesli. Hand made pottery. Cream teas and light refreshment.
The exhibition booths include hives that open at the press of a button revealing the secret life of the honeybee. All weather attraction. Shop with wide range of honey based and other products.
Sheepdog & Falconry Display at Borough Farm with David Kennard (sheepdogs) and George Pile (Exmoor falconer). Late May to early September only. Mist, the 'Alpha' sheepdog stars in the films shown on Channel 5. Now on DVD ˜Mist - The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy" and "Mist - Sheepdog Tales'.
Museum, dungeons & the underground water spectacular, castle treasures, adventure land. Stroll through gardens to gnomeland, mini golf, rides & play areas. With shop, cafe & free parking. Pay the full admission price once and re-visit the park for £1.00 per person per visit.