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Top 5 Rainy Day Activities On The English Riviera

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Calendar iconPosted 27th Jan 2019

As much as we hate to admit it, the sun doesn’t always shine here in South Devon. That doesn’t put a stop to the endless amount of fun to be enjoyed with a stay at Beverley Holidays. Take a look at our top 5 rainy day activities on the English Riviera below.

1. Living Coasts

Get up close to penguins and meet mischievous otters and seals at Living Coasts. This coastal zoo and aquarium showcases a variety of marine species from around the globe. Don’t forget your umbrella if there is rain though as a walk amongst the African and Macaroni penguins in the outdoor penguin beach is a must!

Living Coasts

2. Paignton Pier

With hundreds of amusement machines and traditional arcade delights to be enjoyed, Paignton Pier offers something for everyone and is great fun for all if the weather isn’t at its finest. Situated in the centre of Paignton beach, the pier is also home to tasty seaside treats including local fish and chips and yummy fresh donuts.

Paignton Pier

3. Tropical Indoor Pool

If it’s too drizzly to hit the beach, our very own Tropical Indoor Pool offer the perfect rainy weather escape and comes complete with its very own poolside hot tub to relax in after a swim. Plus, the little ones will love splashing around in our indoor paddling pool.

Tropical Indoor Pool

4. Bygones

Step into the past at Bygones and take a trip down memory lane as you explore 100 years of history, interactive displays and thousands of genuine objects from the 1830s to the 1950s. With a full-size Victorian street to walk down, full-scale steam engine and a First World War trench, see, hear, smell and play your way through three floors of British history.

Bygones

5. Torquay Museum

Get ready to explore a fascinating collection of artefacts at Torquay Museum. With lots to do for children and adults alike, discover Ancient Egypt, come face-to-face with the sabre-toothed tiger and find your way through Britain’s only Agatha Christie gallery, dedicated to the Torquay born Queen of Crime.

Torquay Museum

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