See & Do

There’s always lots to do in and around Dawlish & Teignmouth, from relaxing on a beach to cycling the Exe trail or having a go at mini golf, you’ll never be short of things to do or places to visit.

Adventure Golf

Adventure Golf

If you fancy a family activity, what better than adventure golf? Dawlish Fun for all the family. Close to the seafront and the lawn. Open 11am - 4pm every day during the Easter and Whitsun holidays and weekends until the school summer holidays....
Beaches

Beaches

The Dawlish and Teignmouth area of the South Devon Coast has plenty of beaches to explore. From the Award Winning Nature Reserve at Dawlish Warren Beach to the working fishermen town of Teignmouth, you're bound to find your perfect spot for fun and relaxation...
Bowling Clubs

Bowling Clubs

Dawlish Dawlish Bowling Club (referred to as “The Lawn”) is the older of the 2 Bowling Clubs in Dawlish. It was founded in 1907, and the current clubhouse that you see before you today was opened in 1924. It is reputedly on the site of the former gre...
Churches

Churches

Many of the churches are historical buildings in themselves and have a vibrant, friendly atmosphere. Dawlish Churches: Baptist Church Dawlish Christian Fellowship Methodist Church St Agatha’s Roman Catholic Church St Gregory’s – P...
Cycling & Walking

Cycling & Walking

There's plenty of things to see whether on two wheels or on foot. Take a look at the pages below for some inspiration and things to look out for.
Farmers' Market

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,...
Fishing

Fishing

There are opportunities a plenty for fishing in and around Dawlish & Teignmouth. There's great fishing spots to be found all around the area, from the beaches or sea walls to taking fishing trips out on a boat or organised excursions, you'll ...
History, Heritage & Trails

History, Heritage & Trails

There is a lot of history in and around Dawlish & Teignmouth, whether you are interested in the Museums and D Day Bag pipes, Brunel’s Atmospheric Railway, Battles or buildings such as the beautiful Manor House you will be sure to find more reasons t...
Indoor attractions

Indoor attractions

If the British weather isn’t great there is still lots to do in Dawlish. Whether you like the theatre, swimming, soft play or amusements Dawlish has lots to offer.
Lawn & brook

Lawn & brook

Dawlish Lawn is situated in the heart of Dawlish Town Centre. It is a beautiful open space which is perfect for relaxing on. At one end is a bowling green and bandstand and the other links the town to the Sea as it follows The Brook. Either side of...
Lido

Lido

Teignmouth Lido Teignbridge District Council Eastcliff Walk Teignmouth Devon TQ14 8TA Tel: 01626  779063 Email: leisure@teignbridge.gov.uk Opening Hours:  See the timetable at www.teignbridgeleisure.co.uk/swim   Teignmouth Li...
On the water

On the water

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

Play & Skate Parks

Dawlish Dawlish’s main play park is in the grounds of the Manor House. Surrounded in beautiful scenery it a brilliant place to take the kids. With no roads in sight it is a very safe place for them to let off steam while you can completely relax i...
T.R.A.I.L

T.R.A.I.L

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...
Teignmouth Parks and Gardens

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...
The Grand Pier

The Grand 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 i...
Theatres

Theatres

Dawlish and Teignmouth have a number of theatres that have a varied programme of events. We're sure that there's something to suit all tastes!
Water Fowl and Black Swans

Water Fowl and Black Swans

There are records of black swans being on the Brook in the early 1900s. However, sometime between the two World Wars the line was lost. In the late 1940s Captain C. R. S. Pitman, employed as a game warden in Uganda, presented a pair of Black Swans to...
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