Since 1863, Dartmouth has been the home of initial Naval Officer training in the UK. Today, it is the only remaining Naval College in the country. Discover many features and facets of life at the College, from the earliest days through the Second World War, right up to the world class training the College delivers today.
Public tours start from a convenient pick-up point in Dartmouth town. In a manageable group size, you will be taken to the College by coach for a walking tour, which lasts approximately 2 ¼ hours.
A Tudor fort, built between 1522 and 1536 to protect Dartmouth from attack.
A 600 year old castle with stunning estuary views.
Discover Dartmouth’s fascinating history housed in the 1600 Butterwalk building.
Enjoy days out on a steam train, boat trips and paddle steamer on the River Dart
A 1920’s Jazz Age country retreat with stunning coastal gardens
Author Agatha Christies much loved holiday home, owned by the National Trust.
Vineyard and Cheese Dairy on the banks of the stunning River Dart
The town church, dating from 1372.
View the oldest preserved working steam engine in the world.
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