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Things to do in Sidmouth

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#1 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#2 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
Category: Movie Theaters
Owner description: The Radway opened in 1928 and was planned to operate primarily as a theatre. As a live theatre it quickly failed and was soon... more » Owner description: The Radway opened in 1928 and was planned to operate primarily as a theatre. As a live theatre it quickly failed and was soon altered to better accommodate cinema use.Whilst the building enjoyed a very thorough refurbishment in 1999 care was taken to do this as sympathetically as possible in order to retain its early 30’s charm.Digital Projection, 3D and Sound was recently been added. « less
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#3 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
Category: Hiking Trails
Owner description: A moderate 5.5 mile walk around Sidmouth, an attractive seaside town on the coast of East Devon. Situated where the River Sid... more » Owner description: A moderate 5.5 mile walk around Sidmouth, an attractive seaside town on the coast of East Devon. Situated where the River Sid meets the sea, it is flanked on both sides by high ridges which contain the town and give it its scenic backdrop. No stiles; the route climbs on the South West Coast Path from sea level to 200m/650ft at the ridge top, a long steady rather than steep climb. « less
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#5 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
Category: Hiking Trails
Owner description: This moderate 2.8 mile walk starts from Salcombe Hill, high above Sidmouth. You drop through woodland to the path beside the... more » Owner description: This moderate 2.8 mile walk starts from Salcombe Hill, high above Sidmouth. You drop through woodland to the path beside the River Sid. At the seafront, a shingle ridge provides a buffer zone between the sea and town. Zigzag up the hill, above the towering red cliffs, to bring you up to a viewpoint with breathtaking views out over Lyme Bay and the famous cliffs of the Jurassic Coast. « less
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#6 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
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Owner description: Oak Mead was planned from the very start as a family attraction and opened for all to enjoy in Summer 2003. The course is a 9... more » Owner description: Oak Mead was planned from the very start as a family attraction and opened for all to enjoy in Summer 2003. The course is a 9 hole par 3 and 748 yards long.All holes have a floral name (to compliment all the trees that mark the groves on Oakdown). Try your skills on Honeysuckle Bank, First Foxglove, Daisy Chain or Marigold Dip - excitingly near the landscaped lake! « less
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#8 of 8 attractions in Sidmouth
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