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What to do in Exmouth?

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Hi, we are going to exmouth in a few weeks time and a bit stuck for ideas on places to visit. We've been there a couple of times before but only ever visited Paignton Zoo and The World of Country Lif… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Hi, we are going to exmouth in a few weeks time and a bit stuck for ideas on places to visit. We've been there a couple of times before but only ever visited Paignton Zoo and The World of Country Life. We are going Mon - Fri and have 2 boys aged 3 and a half and 1.
Any ideas?
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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the best thing to do in exmouth...........................



join the rest of the oap's sitting near the sea side looking out to sea with a balloon in one hand and a ice-cream in the other.lol.
#2
try this place crealy in devon its about a 20 min drive, not been to the devon one myself but have been to the crealy cornwall one and the kids loved it. £12.95 for adults and children, free for infants under 96cm
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Might depend on your dates:

Devon County Show 21-23 May:
http://www.whatsonwhen.com/sisp/index.htm?fx=event&event_id=24872

South West Food Festival 17-19 Apr:
http://www.whatsonwhen.com/sisp/index.htm?fx=event&event_id=101308

Castle Drogo everyday:
http://www.whatsonwhen.com/sisp/index.htm?fx=event&event_id=187206

Other options; Exeter Cathedral, Budleigh Salterton. Apart from that, not sure there's a lot going on apart from the usual seafront go karts, etc.
#4
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try this place crealy in devon its about a 20 min drive, not been to the devon one myself but have been to the crealy cornwall one and the kids loved it. £12.95 for adults and children, free for infants under 96cm


thanks :thumbsup:! does anyone know if theres much there for younger children?
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I would suggest a trip to Torquay.
My boys (aged 3 & 6) love walking around the front and looking at all the different boats!
The penguin zoo as my 2 call it is reasonably priced compared to some and if you are planning to go to Paignton Zoo you can get a 2 centre ticket for cheaper entrance.
http://www.livingcoasts.org.uk/visit/82

The donkey sanctuary near Sidmouth is always a favourite of my kids. It has loads of donkeys to look at and stroke all for free.
http://drupal.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk/visit

The model village is also a fun place which my kids love
http://www.babbacombemodelvillage.co.uk/

Perhaps you could try this one
http://www.miniatureponycentre.com/

Theres a reasonably priced All you can eat chinese in the town square at Exmouth.

Also check out this deal whilst you are in Torquay if you fancy a carvery. I can highly recommend it!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/190715/carvery-3-43-all-day-mon-to-sat-sun/

Hope these helped.
#6
Thanks LisaJT, some really good ideas!
#7
kirstiejayne
Thanks LisaJT, some really good ideas!


You are welcome.

We go to devon every few weeks to our caravan so I've gotta know how to keep them amused!!

Another thing they like doing is catching the ferry from Torquay to Brixham.

We dont go to the attractions much only when we go for a week or two.

A thing worth noting about the model village is that if you pay a little extra you can go as many times as you want for a week. Also you can go back later in the day for free to see the illuminations (but that might be dependant on what time of year it is.

There most favourite thing in the world is to walk around the front & along the pier at Torquay.

You might like to try a picnic on dartmoor and get to stroke the ponies for free.
#8
Going there on Monday for the week with my OH, daughter and her friend. yay lol
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This is my first post so please be kind.I live near a few places you could visit.Pennywell farm just off the A38 near Buckfastleigh its about a 45mins drive but is a great place to visit.its a farm and adventure park ideal for children your age.Also at newton abbott a new soft play centre called bearfeet has opened,complete with cafe all indoors so ideal if weathers bad.But if weather is fine then the moors or beach are both free of charge.Hope you have a great time.we are off to cornwall on friday.Hoping for a bit of sun.

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