Cockington Village Museums

Cockington Village
Cockington Village


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The 450 acres of parkland is a surprising oasis of calm away from the bustle of Torbay. Take time to stroll around and enjoy the variety of scenery and wildlife that exists at Cockington. Whether you want to picnic and watch the cricket in front of the court, visit the walled Rose Garden, glimpse wildlife on secluded woodland walks through the lakes or learn something new in the organic kitchen garden, Cockington Village can be enjoyed by everyone.

Step back in time to visit thatched cottages, Lutyens Drum Inn and enjoy cream teas which epitomize Cockington. Features include:

Cockington Court - the building was originally owned by the De Cockington family between 1130 and 1350 and the second floor houses many traditional craft studios. These are open 7 days a week, free of charge and feature handcrafted glassware, wheel thrown pottery and handmade jewellery

Drum Inn - light lunches and fine cuisine at this delightful traditional English Pub. Food is served all day (01803 690264)

The Old School House - beautiful gifts and village souvenirs (01803 605660)

Weaver's Cottage Tea Shoppe - for morning coffees, home cooked food and Devon Cream Teas served in the original 16th century Home Farm (01803 606991)

The Forge - Cockington Forge specialises in horse brasses, metal artifacts and good luck miniature horse shoes (01803 605024)

The Old Granary Gift Shop - for unusual gifts and village souvenirs, winners of Torbay in Bloom (01803 606991)

Cockington Craft Studios - the studios are open to the public 7 days a week, free of charge, enabling you to meet the craftspeople, view them at their work and buy quality goods direct from the maker. .

Attraction Details

VenueCockington Village
AddressCockington Village, Torquay, Devon, TQ2 6XA
Opening times
Entry costs
Attraction typeMuseums


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