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The terraced gardens at Castle Drogo are perfect for a stroll
© NTPL/Lucy Reynolds
View from the scaffolding
Follow the winding paths that lead down to the River Teign
© NTPL/Steve Haywood
Can you find the missing jellies in the garden?
The Char de Triomphe Armorial Tapestry
Project Manager Tim Cambourne assessing the scale of the work
© NTPL/John Millar
There are plenty of trails to explore in the nearby Teign Valley
© NTPL/Andrew Butler
The Bunty House (Wendy House) was built for Julius Drewe’s daughter Frances
Visitors are enjoying the views from Sharp Tor while walking their dogs
You can cross the river at the Iron Bridge on the Castle Drogo Estate
One of the artists has created an outside in room
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