The Chambercombe Manor is a most unique and intriguing property, steeped in history and legend is mentioned in the Domesday book. In the early 16th century it became the property of Henry Duke of Suffolk father of the ill fated Lady Jane Grey.
The Devonport Naval Heritage Site and Visitor Centre records the development of The Dockyard and Plymouth’s pivotal role in supporting the Royal Navy through major conflicts since 1300, including two World Wars.
Bang in the heart of the city, Exeter Phoenix is the South West’s foremost multi-artform venue. In our building you’ll find several art galleries, a large auditorium for gigs and theatre, a cinema, a filmmaking hub, artist studios, a radio station, and a sound recording studio.
Hartland Point Lighthouse gives a guide to vessels of all types approaching the Bristol Channel, the lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1874 under the direction of Sir James Douglass.
Mount Edgcumbe House is the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Set in Grade I Cornish Gardens within 865 acres Country Park on the Rame Peninsula, South East Cornwall.
Commanding an imposing position on Royal Parade, Plymouth Guildhall is situated in the heart of the city at the crossroads of the city's modern shopping centre and the approach to the historic Plymouth Hoe and magnificent foreshore.
In 2014, Effervescent developed the abandoned Halifax Bank on Plymouth Derry’s Cross into a warm, welcoming art gallery, rehearsal/making space, tea room, and creative business incubation hub.
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) works with local people to explore our past, present and future through its unique collections. We welcome groups to use Exeter’s award-winning museum in creative ways to inspire learning, enjoyment and personal development.