Devon webcams and virtual tours – visit attractions from home
Even when you can’t travel it is still possible to enjoy some of Devon’s attractions and wonderful places without leaving your house. Below are some Devon webcams and virtual tours that allow you to visit from home.
If you are looking for more things to do at home during COVID-19 then check out my post on things to do indoors with kids. If you live in Devon there are also more options to get outside during lockdown. Here’s my post about outdoor places you go for exercise close to you.
Check in with The Donkey Sanctuary
Pay a virtual visit to the residents at The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth. Here’s where to find their webcams.
Explore Exeter Cathedral
Take an interactive virtual tour of Exeter Cathedral. Zoom in on the incredible features of the Cathedral’s interior and explore at your own pace.
Tour Ilfracombe RNLI
Get up close online with Ilfracombe’s RNLI Lifeboat Station in this interactive virtual tour.
Live feeds at the National Marine Aquarium
The team at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth are using Facebook to share creature feeds and talks. Don’t worry if you miss the live broadcast – they are also being added to the NMA YouTube channel.
Virtual tours of National Trust’s A la Ronde
You can take a virtual tour of the National Trust’s A la Ronde – a quirky 18th Century home with 16 sides and plenty of treasures from around the world.
Explore Dartmoor National Park’s history
In 2020, Dartmoor National Park has released a new film about the medieval villages of Dartmoor.
Web cams at Paignton Zoo
Check out what the flamingos, Sulawesti Crested Macaque and meerkats are up to on Paignton Zoo’s webcams.
Devon web cams
There are web cams right across some of Devon’s most beautiful and best loved destinations. You can find them all on the Visit Devon website. You can also enjoy the Devon coast and countryside on these webcams:
RAMM’s virtual museum
You can explore Exeter’s world-class museum and gallery RAMM through its online collections, trails and games. Access the archives and activities on the RAMM website.
I hope you enjoy these Devon webcams and virtual tours. They are no substitution for the real thing so do come back an enjoy the many amazing things to do in Devon when it’s safe to travel again.
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