A UNESCO World Heritage Site protected area of the British coastline, an important place for both humans and animals. Stretching far to the east into Dorset, the Jurassic Coast is 96.5 miles long and boasts prime conditions for fossil hunting. Jurassic ammonites, brachiopods and prehistoric fish are found at the eastern end of the site. Further westward you may even encounter Triassic fossils. A fun day out to be had by all!
Half Day Trips
Discover the unique and fascinating journey of an Exmoor stream from source to sea. The aquarium consists of local aquatic exhibits, café and gift shop.
Make A Day Of It / Half Day Trips
Combe Martin Wildlife & Gardens
A family run wildlife and dinosaur park set in a Combe Martin valley over 28 acres of spectacular gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Beauty.