See & Do

Looking for things to do in Teignmouth? Come all year round, we have many things to see & do. Here’s a list of what’s on. You could sit in one of our street café’s and watch the world go by, or be more energetic and do the heritage trail! We really do have something for everyone!

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    Kingsway Meadow Centre

    Kingsway Teignmouth TQ14 9AQ Phone: 01626 775639     Community Centre for West Teignmouth providing activities for everyone. Hall available for private bookings.

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    Den Bowling Club

    We are located near to the seafront but not actually on the Pier and within 100yards of the town centre The first opening game on 19th April 2014 was kicked off by the Deputy Mayor of Teignmouth Councillor  David Matthews along with Councillors Sylvia Russell and Vince Fusco who were welcomed by our President Mike Evans. We are a mixed club

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    Adventure Golf

    If you fancy a family activity, what better than adventure golf? Teignmouth Adventure Golf is a 12 hole course that takes you on a tour of local landmark themed holes. See if you can tackle the East Cliff Slope, Smugglers Tunnel or face the Teign Leap. Refreshments, snacks, doughnuts and ice-cream are available from the refreshments kiosk

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    Beaches and Pier

      Teignmouth’s beach stretches from the mouth of the River Teign down towards Holcombe. It is a long sandy beach, which allows lots of room for families to picnic so no need to worry about it being over crowded. Overlooking the entire beach is an impressive Victorian Pier which has stood strong since 1865.  With golden

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    Cycle Paths

    As you know Devon is perfect for cyclists. Teignmouth has plenty of routes for all ages and abilities. As you know Devon is perfect for cyclists. Teignmouth has plenty of routes for all ages and abilities. Devon is a cyclist’s paradise. It is perfect for all levels of abilities and Teignmouth is no exception of this.

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    Farmers’ Market

    The Teignmouth Farmers’ Market is coming back by popular demand with fresh, local produce every last Saturday of the month in The Triangle from 10am until 2pm. True to its title farmers and producers will be bringing their own fresh grown, baked, raised, caught, brewed, smoked or processed produce for your delight and delectation. Most of


    History & Heritage

    From battles to buildings, Teignmouth is a town steeped in heritage and history. Find out more about Teignmouth here.

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    Leisure Centre

    Teignmouth has a brilliant Leisure Centre which includes a multigym and sportshall; a professional golf course overlooking Teignmouth and another one in Shaldon; a Bowling Green and Tennis Courts! Teignmouth is one of the few towns left in the UK which still has a thriving community spirit. With lots of groups and clubs to join you

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    On the water

    Teignmouth has some great watersports, whether you’re looking for adventure and discovery or a relaxing kayak along the coast.

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    Play & Skate Park

    Teignmouth is the perfect town to get the kids outside. We have a great Play Park which is open all year round. Located on the Den it is in an amazing location where mums and dads can relax and soak up the stunning surroundings and the kids can blow off steam on the play equipment. When

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    Teignmouth Parks and Gardens

    Teignmouth has two beautiful parks, the Den and Eastcliff. The Den The Den is a stunning, Green Flag Awarded, park close to the seafront at Teignmouth. It is a popular location for both tourists and residents especially in the summer months. It is home to a variety of attractions including an award winning children’s play park,

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    The sculptures on Teignmouth seafront are exposed to the elements for 3 months and then relocated to various exhibition venues. Some artworks go on to have a long life, on one hand a blessing as a lot of man hours and creativity go into the sculptures but on the other highlights the longevity of rubbish being

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    Teignmouth is a walker’s heaven. A combination of sloping valleys, unique back streets and the River Teign leading to the sea you will struggle not to find somewhere to go. Discover a spectacular physical landscape made up of hidden streams, crumbling cliffs, steep valleys, sand banks and, of course, an extraordinary estuary which is the River