Sidmouth is a coastal town on the beautiful Jurassic Coast. Sitting along an impressive coastline and surrounded by spectacular countryside and Blue Flag award winning beaches.
No trip to Sidmouth is complete without visiting The Donkey Sanctuary. Where hundreds of donkeys are all waiting to meet you. This is a free-to-visit, award-wining attraction has something special to offer, whether you’re looking for quality time with the kids, or somewhere calming to kick back with coffee and cake. Open 365 days a year; entry and parking is free.
A lovely stretch of beach near Jacobs Ladder and Connaught Gardens. It is quite shingly, though. There are plenty of benches nearby to sit and enjoy the view.
Moderate 5.5 mile walk around Sidmouth, a seaside town on the coast of East Devon. Situated where the River Sid meets the sea. 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.
The observatory is regularly open to the public, and is both a historical observatory and home to an active amateur astronomical society. It is a centre for amateur astronomy, meteorology, radio astronomy, and the promotion of science education.
What trip would not be complete without a trip to see cider being made? This award winning cider maker has a great range to choose from.
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.
A unique collection of vintage and modern toys and models for all the family to enjoy. The museum includes an 00 gauge railway layout and an indoor model village.
Oak Mead was planned from the very start as a family attraction.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).
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