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Ranked #1 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
Owner description: The Dartington Hall estate is a 1200 acre mix of farmland, woodland, commercial spaces and residential accommodation. It is... more » Owner description: The Dartington Hall estate is a 1200 acre mix of farmland, woodland, commercial spaces and residential accommodation. It is home to 25 acres of Grade 2* listed gardens, which are open year round from dawn till dusk. With a rich sense of history and a host of delightful features – from a new bridge by artist Peter Randall Page to a sculpture by Henry Moore to 500 year old Spanish Chestnut trees – the gardens at Dartington are worth exploring all year round. The Dartington Hall Estate also houses 41 listed structures. Public access to some buildings may not be available but any that have received funding for restoration are accessible when possible, and many buildings can be visited if participating in an event. « less
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Ranked #2 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Castles; Mysterious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Said to be one of the most haunted castles in England, this brooding 12th-century fortification was founded by the Pomeroy... more » Owner description: Said to be one of the most haunted castles in England, this brooding 12th-century fortification was founded by the Pomeroy family who came to England with William the Conqueror. « less
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Ranked #3 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Cultural
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Ranked #4 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #5 of 15 attractions in Totnes
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Ranked #6 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: An Elizabethan Merchants House holds an intriguing collection of exhibits - a nursery,merchant's bedchamber, the Charles... more » Owner description: An Elizabethan Merchants House holds an intriguing collection of exhibits - a nursery,merchant's bedchamber, the Charles Babbage collection, an Elizabethan kitchen........And a herb garden behind the museum offers a peaceful oasis. Gift shop, and herb garden shop. « less
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Ranked #7 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Castles; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #8 of 15 attractions in Totnes
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Ranked #9 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #10 of 15 attractions in Totnes
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Ranked #11 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Historic Sites; Historic Walking Areas; Cultural
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Ranked #12 of 15 attractions in Totnes
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Owner description: The South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 337 kilometres (130 square miles) of coastline, estuaries and... more » Owner description: The South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 337 kilometres (130 square miles) of coastline, estuaries and countryside. It stretches from Berry Head in Brixham to Jennycliff in Plymouth. As well as being a place of fabulous views and fantastic countryside it is home to 34,000 people. The designation of An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, means that it is one of the best bits of countryside in the whole of England and Wales! And that's officially recognised by the UK government. South Devon AONB is part of a family of protected landscapes across Britain, which also includes our National Parks. There are 49 AONBs in the UK. These areas are protected to keep them special now and for the future. They are wonderful for wildlife and scenery but also places where people live, work, relax and take care of the countryside. The AONB management is coordinated by a Partnership Committee made up of local and national organisations, and community representatives from farming, business, parish council, voluntary and professional environmental organisations. « less
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