Family Attractions in Devon
The Phoenix Retreat Self Catering Disabled Access Holiday Bungalow is close to many of North Devon's family attractions such as The Milky Way, The Big Sheep and more.
Whether you are interested in the stunning natural kind to historical homes, birds to bees, animals to amusements, stone age to steam age, river boat adventures to fairground rides, Devon has it all!!
Please note not all may be suitable for wheelchair access.
Braunton and District Museum,
23 Caen Street,
0 miles away from Bruanton
Braunton Museum houses an interesting timeline of history from 500AD onwards with emphasis on local agriculture, maritime, military and domestic life. They have some good research facilities, with census information and parish registers etc. And have a large collection of local photographs, tools and household items from days gone by.
Paint a Pot Studio,
5 Exeter Road,
Tel: 01271 813999
0 miles away from Bruanton
Paint your own pottery is suitable for all ages. Step inside our bright and colourful studio and you will soon be inspired to create a piece of pottery to treasure.
If itís a party you are looking for, look no further we have all the right ingredients to ensure you have a party to remember and one that you will talk about for a long time.
The Milky Way Adventure Park,
Tel: 01237 431 255
23.5 miles away from Bruanton
If you're looking for fun days out and things to do in Devon, The Milky Way Adventure Park has it all! Ride the Cosmic Typhoon Devon's tallest, fastest & longest roller coaster. Have a wild time in North Devon's biggest indoor adventure play area with assault courses & slides built for adults & children.
Kick back & watch our amazing live shows featuring Merlin from Britain's Got Talent, plus fantastic displays from the North Devon Bird of Prey Centre.
The Big Sheep,
Tel: 01237 472366
16.1 miles away from Bruanton
Situated on the North Devon coast just off the A39 Atlantic Highway two miles west of Bideford, The BIG Sheep is a leading member of Devon's Top Attractions (DATA) and known as one of the best family tourist attractions in Devon.
When you're looking for things to do in Devon, The BIG Sheep is a great day out for the whole family. With so much to offer, everyone will enjoy their day out. As well as childrens' activities there's fun for adults too. There's a brewery for Dad, garden centre and sheepy shop for Mum, and of course Mum and Dad can run wild in the indoor playground and outdoor laser guns area too!!
Tel: 01271 867474
10.6 miles away from Bruanton
Step back in time and enjoy some of the simple pleasures of Victorian Life, see nostalgic curios of every kind including a mechanical robot organ, Victorian kitchen, dungeons, antique pier slot machines and the Mighty Mortier Water extravaganza a magical mix of fountains, lights and music.
Come and enjoy all the fun of the fair in Merry go Land with its swing boats and carousel, then on into Adventureland with its tube slide, crazy gold, spinning cooking pots, snail ride and the meandering river boat ride. There's lots more to discover at Watermouth Castle and with play area's and picnic areas, hot and cold refreshments (including home made ice cream) and ample free parking Watermouth Castle really is a great family day out with something for everyone.
Lynton & Barnstaple Railway,
Woody Bay Station,
Martinhoe Cross, Parracombe,
19.16 miles away from Bruanton
ring narrow guage train rides in Exmoor National Park at Woody Bay the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway is a "non-profit" organisation owned entirely by its Members and run almost entirely by volunteers and our one aim: to fully restore as much as we can of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.
Originally opened in 1898, and closed in 1935 - what you can see now at Woody Bay is the first phase in rebuilding one of the world's most famous and picturesque narrow gauge railways; the legendary Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. A one mile section has now been reopened allowing visitors to travel by train along the original 'L&B Railway' route above the Heddon Valley near Parracombe in South West England's Exmoor National Park.
Today's visitors can experience a taste of what will one day become one of the ultimate heritage narrow gauge railway experiences of the world..
** It should be noted that although we can accommodate wheelchairs in the trains we do not have turning spaces in the train due to the narrowness of our carriages. Wheelchairs that are of a width 30" or less may be accommodated in the trains. Travellers with larger chairs may wish to contact the railway in advance to discuss arrangements.
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