Tavistock Attractions

Tavistock 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.


Tavistock Pannier Market

tavistock pannier market

Situated at the very heart of the historic town of Tavistock is the ancient Pannier Market. A range of quality stalls and services available all year round and a fantastic tourist attraction. Tavistock Pannier Market is a wonderful historic market with over 900 years of history. It is an indoor market which is heated on cold days. 5 day permanent traders are situated around the market with the centre traders changing throughout the week. www.tavistock.gov.uk


The Wharf

the wharf

Come and see your favourite bands at one of the finest live music venues in the South West! We have a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, Licensed Bar and Coffee Shop with waterside terrace. Our popular cinema shows current films from blockbusters to the latest releases. Local and national theatre companies bring many varied productions to the Wharf. We also have a respected Art Gallery. www.tavistockwharf.com


Tavistock Museum

tavistock museum

Tavistock Museum is a town museum located in the historic Court Gate. The entrance is in Guildhall Square. There is disabled access only into the welcome area and audio-visual room on the ground floor. The main museum occupies two rooms on the first floor of the building. www.tavistockmuseum.co.uk


Tavistock Trout Farm And Fishery

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Nestled on the edge of The Dartmoor National Park are Seven Delightful Holiday Cottages and Apartments with their own Newly Renovated Pub, The Trout ‘n’ Tipple only 200yds away over our bridge. Other Facilities on the estate also include Oak Gazebo with BBQ, Children’s Play Area, Five Fly Fishing Lakes, Float Fishing Lake and Tackle Shop. www.tavistocktroutfishery.co.uk


Merrivale Monuments

merrivale monuments

Dartmoor is rich in prehistoric remains, and the group of monuments at Merrivale is one of the finest on the moor. Side by side here are the remains of a Bronze Age settlement and a complex of ritual sites, including three stone rows, a stone circle, standing stones and a number of cairns – earth mounds associated with burials. The monuments were probably built over a long period, between about 2500 BC and 1000 BC. www.english-heritage.org.uk


Tavistock Town Hall

tavistock town hall

We can offer exclusive use of the facilities for your event. The historic stone building, with elegant Gothic windows, dominates the main square. The Hall, with its dark wood panelling, is an impressive location for any event. It provides a very flexible space with seating for up to 190 people or 400 people standing, plus a stage area for entertainment and performances. Our up-to-date kitchen facilities, which can include the use of our crockery and cutlery, are available for any caterer of your choice. www.tavistock.gov.uk

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