Brixham Attractions

Brixham has many attractions to occupy your time during your visit. Some that may even capture your imagination and leave you breathless, and some that might just get you that adrenaline rush you crave.

Brixham Battery

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We have lots to see inside Where you can Handle a  WW11 Rifle. Try your hand at Morse code or find out more about the home front With it’s clothing coupons, ration books plus much more. You may be a little surprised how much there is to see.

Greenway House

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This relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the 1950s, when Agatha and her family would spend summers and Christmases here with friends, relaxing by the river, playing croquet and clock golf, and reading her latest mystery to their guests. The family were great collectors, and the house is filled with archaeology, Tunbridge ware, silver, botanical china and books.

Shoalstone Pool

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This pool is located on the stunning Berry Head peninsular on the South Devon coast and is the English Riviera’s only open air 53m sea-water swimming pool. Enjoying excellent views across the bay you can experience a salt water swim, or simply relax by the sea in the safety of a unique family venue.

Coleton Fishacre

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Travel back in time to the Jazz Age at the country home of the D’Oyly Carte family. You can lose yourself in the RHS accredited garden: viewpoints give enticing glimpses out to sea, paths weave through glades past tranquil ponds, and tender plants from the Mediterranean, South Africa and New Zealand thrive in the moist and sheltered valley.

Brixham Heritage Museum

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 We offer a choice of activities which are suitable for a variety of ages, and we hold many ‘special days’ both within and outside of our Museum. There are opportunities to become amateur archaeologists, no matter how young, and many other “hands-on” experiences are found on both floor levels inside the building. For all visitors there are a variety of displays ranging from the prehistoric to the 1950s, with particular emphasis on the maritime industry of the area. We also offer Family History Research for all areas, and hold regular talks and social activities.

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