Dartmouth Castle is a good example of a visitor centre. It is best accessed by taking the family-run ferry from the harbour-side as it is a grand way to approach this imposing structure guarding the entrance to the Dart estuary. All the exhibits are well laid out and informative, including the huge cannons in situ, although our enjoyment was somewhat spoiled by some very loud and undisciplined children who were running amok. We sat down to a very good clotted cream tea with yummy scones, all served by some friendly and helpful staff. Our trip back was enhanced by the boatman steering a careful course through and around several young children who were learning to sail. Recommended
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