Sights & Attractions in The West Country

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Name Category Location
 
At-Bristol
One of the country's top family-friendly science centers, this...
Museums / Galleries Bristol
 
Barbican
East of the Royal Citadel is the Barbican, the oldest surviving...
Neighborhoods / Streets Plymouth
 
Berkeley Castle
In the sleepy village of Berkeley (pronounced bark-ley), this...
Castles / Palaces Bristol
 
Cathedral of St. Peter
At the heart of Exeter, the great Gothic cathedral was begun...
Religious Sites Exeter
 
Church of St. Mary Redcliffe
Built by Bristol merchants who wanted a place in which to pray...
Religious Sites Bristol
 
Clifton Suspension Bridge
A monument to Victorian engineering, this 702-foot-long bridge...
Bridges / Tunnels Bristol
 
Elizabethan House
In the heart of the Barbican section, this former sea captain's...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
Hoe
From the Hoe, a wide, grassy esplanade with crisscrossing walkways...
Viewpoints Plymouth
 
M Shed
In a refurbished transit shed on the harbor side, this museum...
Museums / Galleries Bristol
 
National Marine Aquarium
This excellent aquarium on the harbor presents aqueous environments...
Zoos / Aquariums Plymouth
 
Plymouth Mayflower Exhibition
On three floors, this interactive exhibition narrates the story...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
Powderham Castle
Seat of the earls of Devon, this notable stately home 8 miles...
Castles / Palaces Exeter
 
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
This family-friendly museum is housed in a recently refurbished...
Museums / Galleries Exeter
 
Saltram
An exquisite 18th-century home with many of its original furnishings...
Houses / Mansions Plymouth
 
SS Great Britain
On view in the harbor is the first iron ship to cross the Atlantic...
Nautical Sites Bristol
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