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Devon's mild climate, two coastlines and clean beaches attract visitors all year round. Go canoeing in Exmoor National Park, experience diverse wildlife at Torquay’s coastal zoo and conservation charity Living Coasts and visit Salisbury Cathedral to see Europe's oldest working clock.
There are lots of activities you can do in Cornwall: Take your family on the Camel Trail, a bicycle route along the old railway between Bodmin and Padstow or to Newquay Zoo, home of over 130 different animal and plant species. Lanhydrock House, one of National Trust's most beautiful stately homes is set in 400 acres of woods and the perfect destination for a day trip.
Somerset, the land of the Summer People is well worth a visit. Exploring three areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the Quantock Hills, the Blackdown Hills and the Mendip Hills. Ilchester is home to the Fleet Air Museum, the world's second largest naval aviation museum.
Dorset's Jurassic Coast is Englands first natural World Heritage Site with 95 miles of breathtaking coastline. Art lovers may enjoy a visit to the Terracotta Warriors museum in Dorchester, the only museum outside of China exclusively showcasing these fascinating terracotta statues.
Get great insights into the history of Great Britain during a day out at Wilton House, home of the 18th Duke of Pembroke, or a visit to 'Steam', the museum of the Great Western Railway in Swindon.
Visitors of Gloucestershire can explore quaint Cotswolds villages or go hiking in the Forest of Dean. The Prince of Wales' residence, Highgrove House, with its beautiful gardens guarantees a great day out while the Gloucester Docks are home to various restaurants and the National Waterways Museum.