Attractions and Places to Visit in Ilfracombe
The lively harbour town of Ilfracombe, packed with things to see and do and areas of natural and manmade beauty to marvel at. Ilfracombe's charming natural harbour and elegant Victorian architecture make the town as popular today as it has been since the 1830's.
No need to use the car as there are a number of attractions within walking distance including the award-winning Ilfracombe Aquarium, the unique Tunnels Beaches, fascinating Ilfracombe Museum, Larkstone Leisure Park, Hele Cornmill and Chambercombe Manor, one of Britain's most haunted houses. Ilfracombe has a lot to offer when it comes to attractions and each and every one is unique on its’ own way.
Ilfracombe Holy Trinity Parish Church
Holy Trinity is the ancient parish church of Ilfracombe which was considerably enlarged in the early C14. It is notable for the decorated ceiling in the central aisle complete with carved corbels surmounted by medieval angels and fine ceiling bosses.
Tunnels Beaches Ilfracombe
Steeped in history, Tunnels Beaches makes a fascinating visit for all ages. Hand carved in the 1820's, the four tunnels provide a truly unique experience. Read extensive history information throughout the site – including hilarious guides to Victorian etiquette for boys, girls and for when boating with ladies!
Explore a world of curiosities at our friendly museum. Discover the story of Ilfracombe’s rich history and find objects from around the world. Be amazed at the variety of our collections, from natural history...
Set in a secluded valley, nestling snugly near the Heritage Coast of Ilfracombe, North Devon, the Manor House is thought to date from the 11th century and was mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Our brand new gallery will be opening in April 2018. Visit our gallery in Ilfracombe to see our exciting new artworks or buy direct online via our website. Fleek Gallery is a new contemporary fine art gallery...