Inside Coleton Fishacre house the Jazz Age is still swinging and there is so much to see and do. You can soak up the Art Deco style, listen to music playing, try on clothes from the 1920s and 30s, and much more.
Built in 1926 for Rupert and Dorothy D'Oyly Carte, who were inspired to make the beautiful valley running down to the sea the site for an elegant home
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.
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
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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