Exmouth marks the start of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site that stretches to Dorset. It has 2 miles of sandy beach and lots of rock pools to explore. The estuary is known for its wildlife and the town offers entertainments and amusements for all the family.
Exmouth's Local Attractions
With a beach backed by sand dunes and small lakes, Dawlish Warren is also a great haven for wildlife and popular with bird watchers.
This model railway is over 40 years old and constantly developed, is probably one of the largest in the world. With over 20 trains passing through 7500 feet of miniature countryside, villages, towns and stations all completed in meticulous detail. Rolling stock range from the traditional liveries of the age of steam through to modern diesel locomotives.
Dominated by mature trees and herbaceous borders the gardens are the perfect place for a relaxing moment in Exmouth. Featuring a hi-tech bandstand, Manor Gardens hosts a blend of traditional and modern music, theatre and performance arts during the summer months.
With Stuart Line Cruises you have the chance to cruise the calm River Exe for approximately 90 minutes or extend your time with us and enjoy viewing the historic Jurassic Coastline with full commentary in an informative 2 - 3 hour trip. For an even longer time with us why not try one of our day trips to Torquay or Brixham landing for 2 – 3 hours and allowing you to see some of the South Devon Coastline in a truly unique way.
Town and country come together in this 40 acre family attraction which has a great balance of informative exhinitions and amusement play areas for children. Recently extended to include Smuggler's Wharf a giant pirate ship themed indoor and outdoor adventure playground, the park also includes many other activities and rides for all the family.