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Devon attractions re-opening

Here's what you need to know

Life's slowly getting back to normal. Here's where you can go in the county - and when

 

Attractions already open

Bicton Park  

Blackpool Sands 

Wildwood Escot 

Exeter Cathedral –  Open for private prayer

Killerton House Gardens open for people who book in advance

 

Opening w/c 29th June 2020

Big Sheep – some remodelling of the site underway

Castle Drago - Gardens only, not house

 

Opening from 4th July

Babbacombe Model Village  –  Reopening 4th July. Pre-book an arrival slot online and pay at the gate.

Becky Falls – Working towards re-opening on 4th July.

Clovelly – Re-opening of village and Red Lion for takeaway, visitor centre, café and gift shop open from  4th July subject to Government guidelines.

Pennywell Farm – Re-opening on 4th July. Initially offering morning and afternoon sessions, booking online only to control numbers.

Seaton Tramway –Reopening on 4th July.

Stuart Line Cruises – Reopening 4th July – with all measures in place.

River Dart Country Park – Re-opening 4th July now confirmed

Lundy Island – Opening for staying visitors on the 4th July and anticipate day trips starting on the 14th July but waiting for this to be confirmed.

Canonteign Falls – Re-opening 4th July now confirmed

 

Opening after 4th July

Exmoor Zoo – Re-opening 5th July. Will not be able to do talks or encounter sessions and only takeaway food. Subject to change if restrictions lift further.

Crealy Theme Park & Resort  –  Partial re-open 6th July. You'll need to book a slot

Paignton Zoo  Reopening 6 July. Numbers limited, so please book first

Woodland Family Theme Park – Working towards re-opening on the 6th July but still awaiting confirmation.

Buckfast Abbey – Abbey Church open for private prayer at reduced times, no groups or services. No date confirmed for further opening of the site.

Bygones – Reopening 11th July, usual opening times, Café will remain closed, reduced capacity and one-way system.

Kents Cavern – Re-opening 11th July limiting to 10 people per tour, pre-booking only.

Diggerland –   Re-opening 11th July now confirmed

The Milky Way Adventure Park – Reopening 11th and 12th July and going forward (based on demand) will decide on open every day again which is likely to be from 15th – 16th July

Devon Railway Centre – Re-opening 15th July now confirmed      

 

Reopening dates not confirmed

Dartington Crystal – No confirmed date for reopening.

Seaton Jurassic  – No confirmed date but anticipated beginning of August.

Morwellham Quay  –  No reopening details confirmed.

Pecorama – No reopening dates confirmed.

Quince Honey Farm – Shop re-open no date confirmed for reopening.

South Devon Railway – Looking at re-opening the 13 acre Buckfastleigh site in late July with a number of facilities available, including the Dartmoor Otters & Buckfast Butterflies centre.  And a return to possible railway operations in August but still have to resolve a number of issues first to see if it can be done and is financially viable.

Watermouth Castle – No confirmed reopening.

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