The best days out in Devon
Summer is here and the holidays are in full swing!
If you’re wondering how to keep the kids occupied in the weeks ahead it’s time to check out what fun events are taking place in July and August at www.devonstopattractions.co.uk.
Find the best days out and things to do in Devon at Devon’s Top Attractions. The top attractions are annually inspected and quality assured to offer the very best visitor experience.
The website has a comprehensive list of what’s on at the award-winning attractions right across the county over the long summer break. With detailed information on what’s on each month and events split into categories to make it easy to find what you’re looking for.
If you’re interested in a family day out or whether you prefer a food & drink festival, everything is clearly listed on the Devon’s Top Attractions website. With over 35 top places for you to visit you’ll get great value for money and a day out with the family to remember. Here are a few of the top events lined up for the summer weeks:
l 26 July to 26 August – Cave Cinema Underground Film Festival at Kents Cavern – pop-up underground cinema offering a unique experience.
l 27 July – The Pirate Tram – set sail on Seaton Pearl with Captain Nick – fun-filled tram ride following the Axe Estuary at Seaton Tramway.
l28 July, 18 August & 1 September – Belle the friendly Shetland pony visits to meet everyone at Canonteign Falls
l 30 July to 31 August – Complete the FREE nature challenge to win a prize plus enter into the prize draw to win a family season ticket for 2023 at Becky Falls.
l 31 July – Chapterhouse Open-air Garden Theatre – Cinderella at Powderham Castle
l1 – 14 August, every Tue, Wed & Thur evening – Summer Evening Illuminations at Babbacombe Model Village, plus more dates online
l 3 – 18 August – Catapulting Chaos Lego Activity – come and build a catapult just like the Romans at Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
l 9 August – Titan the Robot – Titan’s unique blend of comedy, street theatre and music creates an unrivalled show at Woodlands Theme Park
l 5 September – Cruise along the oldest working shipping canal in Europe with Stuart Line Cruises
Many of Devon’s Top Attractions are dog friendly and openly welcome our four legged friends which is especially important as so many local Devon families have a dog as part of their family.
Plus, everyone now wants to bring their furry friends on holiday with them too. You can take your dog on our steam trains, trams and boat cruises, wander the grounds of Devon’s top stately homes and gardens and let them explore our natural attractions out on Dartmoor.
At attractions who have livestock dogs aren’t permitted but some do have lockable kennels, water and exercising areas.
Take a look on www.devonstopattactions.co.uk/attractions/dogfriendly and check out all the places you can visit with your faithful friend and plan your next dog friendly day out.
For details on all of Devon’s Top Attractions pick up a FREE copy of The Complete Guide to Devon’s Top Attractions which includes a handy beach guide and helpful road map and is widely available throughout Devon, so why not pick one up or view the online version!
WIN A FAMILY TICKET
Grab a cipy of this week’s Mid-Devon Advertiser, Dawlish Gazette or Teignmouth Post and enter our competition to win a family ticket for a great family day out at one of Devon’s top attractions.
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