The kids may already be excited about the prospect of the October Half Term Holiday and some time off school, but Mum & Dad might be starting to feel the pressure of what to do with their time off.
Take a look below of some of the places you could visit around Devon with the family during Autumn, without breaking the bank!
Royal Albert Memorial Museum - Exeter
There’s more in Exeter’s award-winning museum than you might imagine, its 16 galleries of displays that take visitors on a voyage of discovery from pre-history to the present day.
A great day out for all the family.
Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife. Look out for all kinds of birds and take shelter in the bird huts. Next door to the Wetlands is a new children's playground with fantastic outdoor equipment for them to enjoy.
Exeter Historic Quayside
The Quayside has been enhanced to provide a fascinating mix of historic and contemporary design. It is the ideal place to browse in antique shops, walk and cycle, take a relaxing boat trip or find something good to eat. A wonderful place for everyone, whether you're looking to have an amble to take in the sights or perhaps something a bit more active for the family.
Stover Country Park
The main feature of this site is Stover Lake and its marsh. This 4 hectare lake supports a wealth of water birds and an excellent assemblage of dragonflies and damselflies; 19 species have been recorded here including rarities such as the hairy dragonfly, the migrant hawker and the red-eyed damselfly. Kids will love the woodland walks but don't forget the bread for the ducks!
South West Coast Path
Take advantage of the coastal path which is situated right next door to the park. Kids will love to explore the open air whilst the adults admire the fantastic views. Don't forget to take
Greendale Farm Shop - Near Farringdon, Exeter
If you fancy a slice of heaven Devon... take a trip to this huge wonderful farm shop which sells local produce. Kids will love the outdoor play area and everyone will be amazed with the hundreds and hundreds of free range chickens that come over to say hello.
Dartmoor National Park
This beautiful area covers a 368-square-mile expanse of wild and beautiful land. There are towering granite tors to clamber on and forests to play in. Wild ponies roam free, and local legends – of which there are many – will capture the imaginations of youngsters.