Okehampton & Morton Hampstead Motor Museum – We drive across Dartmoor towards the West Devon Town of Okehampton, situated at the Northern edge of Dartmoor. The oldest building is the castle which dates back to the Doomsday book. Okehampton castle was once the largest castle in Devon & sits in a picturesque setting on a wood spur above the West Okement River. We continue our journey to the Morton Hampstead Motor Museum, home to a collection of over 135 vintage & classic vehicles, including pre-1920’s to the 1990’s. The museum is housed in a Newley refurbished bus depot in Moreton Hampstead. The collection is complemented by motoring artefacts, automobilia and a viewable restoration workshop makes it more than just a museum (cost included - Excludes December dates).
Widecombe & The House of Marbles – We make our first stop at the House of Marbles, with a working glass workshop site alongside a variety of interesting museums, marble runs and other fun finds. You can tour the site's historic trail with museums of glass, games, marbles and Bovey Pottery as well as listed kilns. Many visitors find they can while away an afternoon or two by just browsing the shop, glassworks and taking refreshments in the licensed restaurant (cost included). We depart and make our way to Widecombe-in-the-Moor. We visit this pretty village with its tea rooms, hotels, shops, pubs and the most gorgeous of settings. Often you will see the wild ponies, sheep and cattle meander on the Village Green.
Plymouth – Today you will get the chance to explore the Ocean City of Plymouth. Located in one of the most beautiful locations, Plymouth is sandwiched between the incredible South West coastline and the wild beauty of Dartmoor National Park.