History at its heart

http://mucaard-uk.org/?m=cbd-1000mg&a5c=73 From Saxon beginnings to today’s vibrant market town, Totnes has a national reputation for its many notable buildings and monuments. One of the best ways to explore the town’s rich history and charming architecture is by following our town walk.


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Totnes Elizabethan House Museum

source You enter the Museum through the reception in what would have been the Elizabethan merchant’s shop. If you wander through to the rear, you will enter the courtyard and herb garden where we grow lavender, sage, thyme and rosemary amongst other herbs. You may buy a bunch of herbs with our ancient recipe leaflet to... Read more »

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Totnes Image Bank Photographic Archive

http://vervestudio.co.uk/?v=cdb-store&8b2=35 When you make your visit to Totnes come and see the background to this historic town by visiting the Totnes Image Banks archive exhibition. We will show you how the town developed from early times to how the town traded by river and rail, contributed to 2 world wars, has a rich Civic and social... Read more »

Behind ancient doors

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Totnes Fashion & Textiles Museum

go to site CURRENTLY CLOSED – RE-OPENS FROM 19th MAY – 25th SEPTEMBER. Situated on Totnes High Street in a Grade 1 listed building with fine original Tudor plaster ceilings, the Totnes Fashion & Textile Museum is home to the Devonshire Collection of Period Costume, one of the largest private collection of its type in the UK. The... Read more »

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English Heritage Castles of Devon

motilium rx Castles of Devon – Experience a day out with a difference at the Castles of Devon. Totnes Castle Is a focal point of Totnes and stands as a mighty legacy to the power of the Normans. It is one of the best surviving examples of an early Norman motte and bailey castle. Berry Pomeroy Castle... Read more »

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Explore St Mary's Church

http://comptonvillecampbell.co.uk/?kk=no-thc-cbd-oil National Churches Trust ‘Explore Churches’ presents St Mary’s – the jewel in the town of Totnes and is a must during your visit. From whatever viewpoint you look, whether from the many surrounding hills or from the river Dart which made Totnes such an important trading town, the church dominates and defines the town.

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