The Axe Valley Wildlife Park is a great destination for a school trip, where you can see a variety of birds and mammals; from tiny chipmunks to the zebras in our animal paddocks.
Ruins of a late medieval castle and lavish Tudor house, ideal for learning about medieval and Tudor life, castles, and exploring landscapes and geography.
Unspoilt and fascinating medieval manor house, ideal for learning about Anglo Saxon and medieval periods and castles.
At Buckland Abbey, once a Cistercian monastery, there are a variety of education sessions which explore the turbulent history of the period.
A residential centre specifically equipped, designed & set up to enable people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities of all levels of ability to experience outdoor activity adventures.
As the battle begins to save Castle Drogo, there is opportunity to take a ’once in a lifetime’ peep behind the scenes and explore newly open areas.
Georgian (1799) Wool Spinning Mill. Tour & demonstrations of spinning and weaving on Victorian era machines
Built in the 1920s for the famous D’Oyly Carte opera family, this evocative arts and crafts style house is a fantastic way to introduce the jazz age to young audiences.
Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park is set in over 28 acres of spectacular, sub tropical gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A rare survivor, this medieval fortress is a bewitching mixture of romance and history.