Torquay Attractions

Torquay 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.


Living Coasts

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Welcome to Living Coasts, an all weather attraction, located on Torquay seafront in South Devon, where there’s plenty to see and do: mingle with the playful penguins, get up close to the otters, octopus and seals, and much more. Visit Penguin Beach to walk with the African and macaroni penguins and catch our entertaining feeding time talks. www.livingcoasts.org.uk


Princess Theatre

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ATG’s impressive portfolio of West End theatres includes historic buildings such as the Apollo Victoria, Donmar Warehouse, Duke of York’s, Fortune, Harold Pinter, Lyceum, Phoenix, Piccadilly, Playhouse, Savoy and Trafalgar Studios 1 and 2. In New York, ATG owns The Lyric Theatre, the largest theatre on Broadway. www.atgtickets.com


Torquay Harbour

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Torquay Harbour lies on the North shore of Tor Bay and whilst benefiting from an expanding marine leisure industry, Torquay remains a fully commercial and busy little Devonshire port. The Harbour’s also on the fringe of the Town centre giving easy access to shops, restaurants and bars. www.tor-bay-harbour.co.uk


Brunel Manor

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Brunel Manor is known as a place where people meet with God. It is renowned for good fellowship, it’s tranquil surroundings, magnificent location, excellent food and comprehensive facilities. Brunel Manor puts on a wide variety of holidays, providing spiritual and physical rest and refreshment throughout the year. It is an ideal venue for conferences and church holidays, with residential and day facilities. www.brunelmanor.com

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