Spring in Devon
Devon in spring time is a magical place to be, not only are you surrounded with evidence of new life, like the new foals frolicking around Exmoor and Dartmoor and the lambs you'll find in fields all over the county, it's the time that many of the region's top attractions start opening up for the year and there will likely be a host of opening offers for you to take advantage of.
With an array of spring flowers to discover and a new range of fresh, local produce on the county's menus, there are plenty of reasons to visit Devon in spring.
Things to do in Spring
Like we said, many of Devon's top attractions will fully open in the spring time to coincide with the school holidays and Easter weekend. While there are loads of things to do in the winter, this is the time to visit if you want to be first in line to try a new ride at one of the region's theme parks or a new tour of a much loved attraction.
Devon at Easter
Devon is a wonderful place to be over the Easter bank holiday - you'll find plenty of themed activities and events offering you everything from easter egg trails to lamb feeding and just about anything else you can think of. You might even get to meet the Easter bunny!
Incredible places to stay
This time of year is perfect for a farm stay, so why not take advantage of the amazing farm cottages and B&Bs you can find across Devon? You don't even need to sacrifice being by the sea, as several farms offering accommodation are near the coast! They're a perfect way to spend the Easter break as you'll not only be immersed in the spring flowers but you'll also have lots of cute baby animals around to remind you that this is the season for new starts.
It's not all about farm stays, we know they aren't for everyone. Devon's hotels and B&Bs will be taking advantage of the new ingredients that will be emerging at this time of year meaning lots of tasty meal options for you to choose from. Alternatively, choose a self catering break and sample as much food and drink in the region's restaurants and cafés as you like!
What's on in Devon this spring
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Spring is here and so too are an abundance of beautiful flowers – if you want to shake off winter and welcome in the new season, here are some of the best places to find the region’s daffodils, snowdrops and bluebells across Devon. Lady’s Wood This small reserve is on the edge of Dartmoor and is one…Learn More
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Spring and Easter are here – hop along to one of Devon’s Top Attractions for a cracking time! Across the county Devon’s Top Attractions are putting on some egg-cellent activities to celebrate the Easter break with Easter trails, crafts, hunts, baby animals to meet and cuddle and fabulously funny…Learn More
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There’s so much going on this Easter in Devon, so to make sure you don’t miss out on a single thing, here’s some of the activities and events you can expect – make sure to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment! or those of you visiting with little kids, check out the Easter activities at…Learn More
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Heading to Devon for the Easter weekend? Here’s the low-down on what’s on across the county. South Devon Kents Cavern | Torquay | TQ1 2JF Easter Egglow Running from 1 st April through to the end of the school holidays, this trail through Kents Cavern gives you the chance to find glowing eggs and…Learn More
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Devon’s best British wildlife park, Wildwood Devon, is getting ready to host egg-citing Spring shenanigans, from family trails to amaze-ing Easter hunts. Wildwood’s 21st Birthday Monday 20th - Sunday 26th March Wildwood Trust, the rewilding charity behind Wildwood Devon, is turning 21 this March and…Learn More
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Image: Chris Lacey Across Devon, National Trust gardens are filling with colourful spring blooms, and houses are looking tip-top after their intensive winter cleans. There’s loads going on this season from Easter adventures and family trails to tree planting and learning about veteran trees to…Learn More