What's On in South Devon Mon 19th June – Sunday 25th June
Babbacombe Cliff Railway
Babbacombe Downs Road, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3LF.
Enjoy the coastal views from the cliff railway as it descends to Oddicombe
Last car - 16:55. Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Cake sales, stalls and activities.
Occombe Farm, Preston Down Rd, Preston TQ3 1RN
Country walks, animals, bird watching, bread making show, organic farm shop and café.
Open daily – see website for cookery course bookings.
Living Coasts Zoo & Aquarium, Torquay Harbour, Beacon Quay, Torquay TQ1 2BG
Living Coasts is open daily (except Christmas Day) from 10.00am
With lots of animals and activities indoors and outdoors, there’s plenty to see and do whatever the weather.
English Riviera Wheel
Taller than Nelsons Column at the dizzy height of nearly 60 metres, the English Riviera Wheel is sited in Princess Gardens, Torquay, next to the Pavilion and give breathtaking 360 degree views across the Bay.
During the 12-minute ride there will be commentary on the Bay’s history and events and attractions to enjoy in the English Riviera produced in partnership with the radio station Heart. Rides on the English Riviera Wheel are every day from 10am. The wheel closes at 8pm during term-time and 10pm during school holidays.
Agatha Christie’s Greenway House, Brixham TQ5 0ES
Greenway, also known as Greenway House, is an estate on the River Dart near Galmpton in Devon, England. Once the home of famed mystery author Agatha Christie, it is now owned by the National Trust
Agatha Christie called Greenway 'the loveliest place in the world' and treasured it as a holiday home for her and her family. They filled each room with items dear to them, brought to Greenway from Ashfield, Agatha's childhood home, and their travels and extensive collections. In the house you can see all of this just as Agatha and her family left it.
Antiques fair, Newton Abbot Racecourse.
Saturday 24 June
Join us on selected Saturdays throughout the year for our antiques fairs at the racecourse. Wander amongst the stalls in search of a hidden treasure in one of the many antiques stalls inside and outside of the racecourse.
The main gates will open to the public between 9am and 2:30pm.