Torquay Museum is a great place to visit before moving on to the main attractions of Torbay, as one can discover the 400 million year history of the English Riviera.
Starting in the prehistoric era, moving through the Interactive Explorers Gallery upstairs, then into the restaurant for a light lunch followed by a look at the famous Agatha Christie Gallery, the UK’s only dedicated home of the murder mystery novelist.
Take in Adventures in the Geopark; an exhibition of work inspired by the geology of the Geopark, made by young people collaborating with multi-media artists.
The museum is open to all, with tactile objects for the vision-impaired.
Costing less than £20 for a family ticket (2+2), this is all-weather fun at its best!