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20 THINGS TO DO


a collection of over 10,000 photographs dating from the 1870’s to today, costumes from the 19th


and 20th


centuries


and a viewing gallery complete with a virtual tour of the museum. The museum also houses a resource centre to support


personal research containing a host of local documents including microfilm copies of local newspapers from1855 to the present.


Scale the heights at DART ROCK CLIMBING CENTRE in Buckfastleigh. The state-of-the-art climbing centre was built by climbers for everyone and provides indoor and outdoor rock climbing activities in an encouraging and fun atmosphere. The centre has four climbing walls and a dedicated teaching area and is suitable for beginners, experienced climbers, family groups and parties. It offers a series of courses to enable you to experience the thrill of climbing for the first time or learn new skills. For more information visit: www.dartrock.co.uk or phone 01364 644499.


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DARTMOUTH SHAKESPEARE WEEK is a star attraction for theatre lovers. Set in the glorious


and panoramic grounds of Dartmouth Castle, the open air event has gained a reputation as one of the ‘must see’ theatrical events in the South West. Over the past 10 years the Inn Theatre Company has presented a series of spectacular productions during Shakespeare Week from The Tempest, A Midsummer night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew and Macbeth. This year’s offering of King Lear promises to be the company’s most challenging and dramatic production to date. King Lear will be staged from August 6th


to 10th .


Tickets are available from Dartmouth’s Tourist Information Centre.


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On a rainy day, discover the secret life of otters at the DARTMOOR OTTERS


and BUCKFASTLEIGH BUTTERFLIES SANCTUARY. The sanctuary has been carefully designed to provide its resident otters with the best possible conditions and its visitors excellent opportunities to see and enjoy them. Visitors can watch the otters swimming underwater in specially built glass enclosures and follow the otter keeper round at feeding time. The educational experience offers the chance to learn about the recreational and family life of the otter and become more aware of the plight of otters world-wide, specially


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