Devon

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

Places to visit

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Camellias and blossoms in the dusk light at Buckland Abbey

Where you can visit in Devon 

We’ve reopened a number of places in line with government guidance. We recommend you book in advance for visits to gardens and parks, especially at busy times such as weekends. See what’s open and ready for you to book this week below…

More places to visit

Spring 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.

The house and surrounding garden at Greenway in winter

Why the National Trust looks after places in Devon 

Ever wondered about the history and people behind the places the National Trust looks after in Devon? Read on.

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Public notices in Devon 

Following The Charity Commission’s Direction the National Trust (in common with all charities) must give public notice of disposals of leases and easements of inalienable land held for charitable purposes for a term of more than 35 years

Bringing nature to you

Exmoor

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

Cornwall

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

Exeter

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