Travel to Devon | Travel to Devon by Train | How to get to Devon

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The beautiful scenery of Devon rewards the traveller with it’s lush greenery and rolling landscapes.

Getting to Devon by Road

If you are travelling from the north, simply pick up the M5 southbound and follow it all the way down to the Westcountry.

From the south coast, Southampton or the M3 choose the A30/A303.

  • RAC Route Planner – Plan your route, get journey times and print off maps.

Getting to Devon by Coach/Bus

Getting to Devon by Ferry/Boat

Getting to Devon by Train

Train travel is a great way to arrive, as you’ll pass some great scenery, and you’re doing your bit for the environment!

Direct services to Devon are offered at Paddington and Waterloo (London), Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham.
Getting to Devon by Train

  • Trainline – Route planner with prices and availability.

Flying to Devon

Exeter Airport has excellent links within the UK, with direct connecting flights via Birmingham International Airport to Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle and Dublin.

Regular flights from International destinations throughout Europe and North America.

Things To Do

Piglets

Pennywell Farm

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Pennywell Farm
RAMM Exeter Museum

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery
A beekeeper showing bees on a frame to a visitor in protective clothing

Quince Honey Farm

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Quince Honey Farm

The Donkey Sanctuary

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The Donkey Sanctuary
Coldharbour Mill Boiler

Coldharbour Mill

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Coldharbour Mill
T-REX

Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park

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Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park
River Dart Pirate Ship Lake

River Dart Country Park

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River Dart Country Park
Pecorama Gardens

Pecorama

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Pecorama