Torbay Royal Terrace Gardens
Also known as Rock Walk, the Royal Terrace Gardens are situated on the seafront beneath the cliff face of Waldon Hill. Featuring various beautiful plants, it is the ideal place for a relaxing stroll, or you can climb an illuminated staircase to a viewing platform where you can enjoy the majestic scenery of the gardens and of Tor Bay.
Living Coasts is a zoo and aquarium in Torquay, with a focus on marine animals including penguins, seals, octopi and of course various beautiful fish species. Alongside games and the underwater viewing areas there is the Living Coasts Café and the Tradewinds Gift Shop, selling various toys and treats.
The Princess Theatre is where you'll be able to enjoy a wide range of acts throughout the year, from family shows to live music and stand-up comedy from the nation's biggest stars. There are various visiting musical productions and concerts as part of the calendar of events, and an on-site restaurant serves light refreshments and full sit-down meals.
Greenway Ferry and Pleasure Cruises
Greenway Ferry & Pleasure Cruises have been awarded a Quality Visitor Attraction status by Visit England for 2 years in addition to a Silver Green Tourism Award. With every effort by its staff and crew, Greenway Ferry strives hard to ensure your voyages are as memorable as possible in all the best ways.
Cockington Court is a craft centre with a difference. Set in an award-winning country park, a mile away from the seafront; Cockington Court is a historic manor house with over twenty craft studios, tea rooms, the Walled Art Garden, a Tudor rose garden, contemporary art gallery and a popular children's play area.