Devon attractions reopening

Who’s back when?

Devon’s tourism attractions are getting ready to open their doors once more. Life will be different. Pre-booking may be required. Not all facilities may be available. You’re advised to check in advance. Here’s a selection of attractions:

Attractions already open

Bicton Park  – day tickets available to all. 

Blackpool Sands – car parks, takeaway counter and toilets all reopen.

Wildwood Escot – open to all. Axe-throwing vouchers from Devon Country Pursuits available now on the Radio Exe voucher page!

Exeter Cathedral – started off with private prayer only, but now group worship is back.

Killerton House  –  The car park, garden and parkland is open, prebooking and timed slots. The house will be reopen soon

Big Sheep – Reopening w/c 29 June and then slowly roll out the new remodelled attraction from 4 July. 

Castle Drogo NT –  Garden and toilets reopen on 29 June, pre-booking only in advance.

Opening from 4 July 

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

Becky Falls – Getting ready to reopen .

Clovelly –  Re-opening of village and Red Lion for takeaway, visitor centre, café and gift shop from 4 July 

Pennywell Farm – Initially offering morning and afternoon sessions, booking online only to control numbers

Opening after after 4 July

Paignton Zoo – Reopening 6 July. Limited numbers allowed in. Big Brick project starts 4 August. 

Crealy Theme Park & Resort  –  Partial re-opening 6 July. Pre-booking needed. Some facilities restricted

Buckfast Abbey – Abbey Church open for private prayer at reduced times

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

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

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