Sights & Attractions in The West Country

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Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Alongside the leafy expanse of Clifton Down is one of the country's...
Zoos / Aquariums Bristol
 
Custom House
Exeter's historic waterfront on the River Exe was the center...
Government Buildings Exeter
 
Guildhall
On the city's main shopping street, this is said to be the oldest...
Government Buildings Exeter
 
Mayflower Steps
By the harbor you can visit the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrims...
Memorials / Monuments Plymouth
 
Merchant's House
Near the Barbican, just off the Royal Parade, this largely 17th-century...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
Mol's Coffee House
With its half-timber facade bearing the coat of arms of Elizabeth...
Stores / Malls Exeter
 
New Room
John Wesley and Charles Wesley were among the Dissenters from...
Religious Sites Bristol
 
Quay House
This late-17th-century stone warehouse houses a visitor center...
Museums / Galleries Exeter
 
Rougemont Gardens
These gardens behind the Royal Albert Memorial Museum were laid...
Gardens / Arboretums Exeter
 
Royal Citadel
This huge citadel was built by Charles II in 1666 and still operates...
Military Sites Plymouth
 
Smeaton's Tower
This lighthouse, transferred here at the end of the 19th century...
Memorials / Monuments Plymouth
 
Stanton Drew Circles
Three rings, two avenues of standing stones, and a burial chamber...
Archaeological Sites Bristol
 
Tyntesfield
The National Trust is gradually restoring this extravagant, 35-bedroom...
Houses / Mansions Bristol
 
Underground Passages
Exeter's Underground Passages, which once served as conduits...
Archaeological Sites Exeter
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