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Rain stopped play? Not if you visit Devon, it won’t! Although Devon is lucky enough to have a slightly warmer climate than other parts of the UK, we still get our fair share of April showers and autumn gales (that’s why it’s so green and lush down here!). But even if it turns from a barbecue into a brolly summer, we’ve still got plenty to keep everyone happy while we wait for the sun to pop back out.
Burn off some excess energy at one of the best indoor sports centres in the country. Plymouth Life Centre boasts an Olympic sized 50metre pool, as well as A family leisure pool with flumes, 'beach entry' and a bubble pool, so you can pretend you’re sunning yourself on the beach even if it’s grey outside. Get a head for heights by testing yourself on their climbing zone with 15metre wall, aerial assault course, bouldering and abseiling, or, if that’s all a bit too energetic for you, relax in the café while the kids have a great time in the pool.
Head underground and find out about our Stone Age ancestors, Sabre Toothed Tigers and what it was like to live 10,000 years ago at the fascinating Kents Cavern in Torquay. Alternatively, take a walk through time – in miniature – at the famous model village at Babbacombe, where you’ll find an entire world scaled down especially for little folk. Another Devon underground attraction is Exeter's Underground Passages, built to bring fresh water into the city during the medieval period.
If you fancy relaxing with a tipple, try a wine sampling session at the Pebblebed Vineyard in Topsham – but remember to book a taxi back to your hotel!
If a bit of rain doesn’t bother you too much then those wet afternoons can often mean some of the best surfing conditions on both the north and south Devon coasts. Up in Croyde, you’ll even get some clean double-overheads and a good chance of some spectacular pipes to ride, so grab your board!
There’s something for everyone, even if the weather is a bit gloomy. Discover the best of Devon crafts at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen in Bovey Tracey, where they also do a rather nice home-made carrot cake and fresh coffee in the café! Or why not rediscover the age of Steam on a trip through the dramatic North Devon scenery on the Lynton and Barnstaple Steam Railway?
No matter what the weather, you’ll never be stuck for something to do when you visit Devon.
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Crealy Great Adventure Park & Resort is a multi award-winning theme park featuring over 60 rides and attractions. The number one day out in Devon, Crealy caters for the whole...
Imagine a world where your physical strength was limited only by what you chose to believe were possible. What if you could backflip like a ninja, scale walls more than twice...
The south west's largest purpose-built conference, exhibition and entertainment attraction with an Ice Rink, catering outlets from fast food to ice cream and meeting areas...
Newton Abbot and Dartmoor
Trago Mills is a family discount shopping and leisure park in Devon. We were first established over 50 years ago in the South West and since then have been committed to...
The South Devon Railway is a branch line of the former Great Western Railway. Gleaming, historic GWR steam engines haul trains full of enthralled passengers of all ages on a...
Following the success of Clip n Climb Exeter - Coming soon, Clip n Climb Plymouth! Opening January 2017!
Multiple climbing challanges for anyone ages 4yrs and up! The...
It has been said by people of 'a certain generation', who have memories of trips to school by train, that the magnificent, snorting steam locomotive at the head of the train...
Ottery St Mary
Family business celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2014. Come and relax and enjoy an inspiring day out at our garden centre. Our fantastic seasonal display and ranges can be...
Treat your family to the very best with a full day of hands on animal action at Pennywell Farm. Home of the half hourly activity and with up to 20 hands on activities, shows...
One of the most picturesquely- sited fortresses in England. For over six hundred years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary and the busy,...