Exe Estuary Trail at Topsham (c) Jan Penny

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  1. Add The Donkey Sanctuary to your Itinerary

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    The Donkey Sanctuary

    Sidmouth

    Bring out the best in your herd and make memories that last a lifetime at The Donkey Sanctuary. Meet hundreds of adorable rescue donkeys for FREE and discover so much more besides.

  2. Add Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours to your Itinerary

    Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours

    Exeter

    The City's award winning Red Coat Guided Tours are provided by Exeter City Council and are the perfect way to explore Exeter, one of the oldest cities of England. Run by experienced qualified volunteer guides a variety of tours are available, each…

  3. Add Haldon Forest Park - Forestry England to your Itinerary

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    Haldon Forest Park - Forestry England

    Exeter

    COVID-19: not all facilities are available. Check website for more information.

    Haldon Forest Park is made up of 3,500 acres of woodland, just 15 minutes from Exeter. Open 364 days a year, it’s the perfect place to immerse yourself in the great…

  4. Add Exeter Ship Canal to your Itinerary

    Exeter Ship Canal

    Exeter

    The Exeter Ship Canal first opened to shipping in 1566 and was the first canal to be built in Britain since Roman times. It was also the first canal in England to use the pound lock.

  5. Add Decoy Country Park to your Itinerary

    Decoy Country Park

    Newton Abbot

    Decoy Country Park provides an opportunity to enjoy exciting wildlife and beautiful countryside. Decoy was once a clay quarry but now supports a wealth of wildlife, with the main habitats found here.

  6. Add National Trust Killerton House & Gardens to your Itinerary

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    National Trust Killerton House & Gardens

    Exeter

    Killerton House is an 18thC house built for the Acland family surrounded by 18 acres of beautiful gardens and countryside to explore.

  7. Add St Thomas Splash Pad to your Itinerary

    St Thomas Splash Pad

    Exeter

    Open May - September, the St Thomas Splash Pad has water fountains, tipping buckets and cannons on a brightly coloured surface. There is also a large children's playground, public toilets and parkland nearby.

    The playground is suitable for…

  8. Add South West Coast Path to your Itinerary

    South West Coast Path

    South West Coast Path National Trail is 630 miles long, from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset.

  9. Add River Exe Estuary to your Itinerary

    River Exe Estuary

    Exeter

    The Exe Estuary is particularly important for birds in winter, when the mild climate and suitable feeding areas attract tens of thousands of wetland birds - some of them from the UK but many travelling from Northern and Eastern Europe.

  10. Add Seaton Wetlands to your Itinerary

    Seaton Wetlands

    Seaton

    Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife.

  11. Mincinglake Valley Park

    Exeter

    This finger of countryside extends down from Stoke Hill between Mincinglake Road and Mile Lane.
    The lower valley is wooded whilst the upper part comprises meadowland rich in wild flowers, butterflies and other insects. Access is either from…

  12. Add Rougemont Gardens to your Itinerary

    Rougemont Gardens

    Exeter

    Grade II listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, Rougemont Gardens were originally part of the defences of Exeter Castle. They were converted into gardens in the late 18th century, and purchased by the city council in 1912…

  13. Add Bowling Green Marsh to your Itinerary

    Bowling Green Marsh

    Topsham

    Managed by the RSPB, Bowling Green Marsh nature reserve is an area of coastal grazing marsh alongside the River Exe Estuary, on the outskirts of Topsham.

  14. Add Pinces Gardens to your Itinerary

    Pinces Gardens

    Exeter

    One of Exeter’s most distinguished parks, the annual blossoming of Pinces Garden’s 45 metre wisteria arch is an unmissable spring event. Home to the Exeter Croquet Club and the Pinces Gardens’ Bowls club.

  15. Add Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to your Itinerary

    Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

    Cullompton

    The Blackdown Hills form a tranquil, beautiful, and relatively isolated landscape on the Devon and Somerset border.

  16. Add Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Devon to your Itinerary

    Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Devon

    SEATON

    Running 155km from Exmouth in Devon to Studland in Dorset is the Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site, selected by UNESCO because of its outstanding earth science interest.

  17. Add Ludwell Valley Park Trail to your Itinerary

    Ludwell Valley Park Trail

    Exeter

    A one and a half-mile route around Ludwell Valley Park

  18. Add Be surprised by a visit to the University of Exeter Sculpture Walk and campus grounds to your Itinerary

    Be surprised by a visit to the University of Exeter Sculpture Walk and campus grounds

    Exeter

    Ever wondered where can you see a Snow Leopard or Peacock in Exeter? The impressive University of Exeter Streatham campus, just a twenty minute walk from the High Street, hosts 39 sculptures, some indoors and some in the beautiful grounds.

  19. Add The East Devon Way to your Itinerary

    The East Devon Way

    East Devon

    The East Devon Way links together footpaths & quiet country lanes to create routes through undulating country to link Exmouth & Lyme Regis.

  20. Add Saddles and Paddles to your Itinerary

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    Saddles and Paddles

    Exeter

    Saddles & Paddles is a local business based on the historic Exeter quayside that offers something different for those looking for an outdoor adventure.

  21. Add Exeter Sculpture Walk to your Itinerary

    Exeter Sculpture Walk

    The Old Library, Exeter

    There are numerous sculptures situated in this unique setting both in the open and in university buildings. The walk includes sculptures by Dame Barbara Hepworth, Peter Randall-Page and Paul Mount together with other renowned artists.