Things To Do On a Rainy Day in Devon - Rainy Day Activities Devon

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Kents Cavern Devon

Kents Cavern

Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves Kents Cavern is an extensive labyrinth of caverns with spectacular natural formations, widely used by prehistoric…

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Seaton Tramway

Discover East Devon’s glorious Axe Valley from the top deck of a heritage tram. Journey from Seaton, gateway town to the…

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Seaton Jurassic - Devon's Top Attractions

Seaton Jurassic

The Seaton Jurassic Experience At Seaton Jurassic we’ll take you on a journey like no other – back in time!…

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Quince Honey Farm

Quince Honey Farm has relocated for 2019 and the brand-new bigger all-weather attraction! Quince Honey Farm in South Molton is…

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Dartington Crystal

In light of the current worldwide situation with COVID-19 Coronavirus and due to a reduced footfall, it is with regret…

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Dartington Crystal
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Visit Plymouth

Welcome to Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City. Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city packed full of attractions Situated in one of…

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Don’t let the rain ruin your day, instead plan a rainy day activity in Devon. Although it’s known for its natural beauty and stunning countryside, Devon also has plenty to do inside, including museums, aquariums and more.