Totnes, Devon. Open daily. Free entry

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There are some blue badge parking bays on the streets of Totnes including Fore Street. Car parks with disability spaces include North Street and St Katherine’s Way. Disability toilets are at the south end of Coronation Road. The central streets of Totnes are predominantly on flat ground but hills and steep gradients are a feature of the area.

Brief Description:

A market town on the river Dart estuary. Totnes has attracted a large community of artists, painters and musicians which is reflected in some of the services and shops. It also uses an alternative local currency, the Totnes pound. 

Further Information:


Totnes, Devon, United Kingdom.


01803 862147 



Opening Hours:

Open daily. Free entry.


Travelling north or south on the Devon Expressway, take the exit to Totnes on the A385 travelling east. Travelling from Exeter on the A30 or M5, take the A38 Devon Expressway south. Leave the A38 at Telegraph Hill and follow the A380 south towards Paignton. At the Paignton junction of Totnes Road and Brixham Road, take the turn travelling west on the A385 to Totnes.

OS SX802605


For more travel information go to or call Devon Transport Co-ordination Service on 01392 382800 


Totnes has many independent shops, restaurants, pubs, wine bars, takeaways and cafés and a supermarket and railway station, as well as curio and book shops, museums, exhibitions and yearly festivals, and a ruined mediaeval castle. Locally it offers walks and entertainments.

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