The museum displays an extensive collection of artefacts, models, paintings and photographs relating to Dartmouth and the surrounding district, with special attention to the maritime history.
Three sons of Dartmouth are remembered: Thomas Newcomen, whose practical steam engine ushered in the Industrial Revolution; William Henley, a polymath ironmonger whose collection is displayed in a re-created Victorian study and Theodore Veale, the VC holder who showed outstanding bravery at the Battle of the Somme.
A Tudor fort, built between 1522 and 1536 to protect Dartmouth from attack.
Guided Walking Tour
With 150 years of history, Britannia Royal Naval College is an essential place to visit in Dartmouth.
A 600 year old castle with stunning estuary views.
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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