Journey from wild coasts, moorland and curious historic houses to lush gardens and beaches

Places to visit

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Bring the whole family for a wander at Killerton, Devon

Where you can visit in Devon 

We’re reopening a number of our places in line with government guidance. This week, you can book to visit gardens and wider estates at A la Ronde, Arlington Court, Buckland Abbey, Castle Drogo, Coleton Fishacre, Greenway, Killerton, Knightshayes, Lydford Gorge, Overbeck's and Saltram. Scroll down to see more about all of these places.

Places to visit in Devon

The rill garden in flower at Coleton Fishacre

Places to visit in the South West 

Find out which other places in the South West are open by county, and how to book to visit.

Summer adventures in Devon

A mother holds her child aloft at Bucks Mills, North Devon

Beaches and coast in Devon 

Secluded coves, sandy playgrounds and rugged coast; there are many places in Devon for a day beside the seaside.

Getting a nature fix

Recipes inspired by the South West

History fix

US Coastguard requisitioned Greenway House during World War Two

Places with Second World War connections in the South West 

From Agatha Christie's holiday home, which was requisitioned by the US Coastguard, to coastal defences, several places we look after in the South West played an important role during the Second World War.


Home to remote and romantic landscapes, including a castle home and a house full of collections.


You can find exotic gardens, ancient houses and mining history encircled by a much-loved coastline.


There are country house estates and glorious Devon gardens, quirky homes and stories to uncover near Exeter