Sidmouth Blue Plaque trail Sidmouth's fascinating past
1 hour walks

Follow the blue plaque trail to discover Sidmouth's past.

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Point of InterestFrans Liszt,
Princess of Wales
Jane Austen
parkingPay & Display in Sidmouth
Sidmouth Blue Plaque

Here are some of plaques:

  • Where Frans Liszt played in 1840
  • Where in 1806,the Princess of Wales stayed with Lord and Lady Gwydir
  • Fortfield Terrace built in 18th century
  • Cricket Pavilion
  • 1940 pill box
  • Sidmouths first Hotel (1810)
  • Old Ship 14th century
  • Sidmouth brine baths
  • First building on sea front
liszt at Sidmouth

 

length:
2 miles
time:
1 hr

Sidmouth Blue Plaque Trail

Liszt Blue Plaque
 Walks near Sidmouth:
 Otterton
Tucked behind the Jurassic coast and on the river Otter,Otterton has become a favourite centre for walkers and hikers.
  
 Sidmouth East
A vigorous but rewarding walk crossing an ancient Pack Horse Bridge to the picturesque village of Salcombe.
  
Town Trail
A delightful & easy walk exploring the towns past
  
 Sidbury
This pleasant walk consists of a steady but easy climb through an almost alpine landscape with stunning views of Woodbury Common and Dartmoor - not surprisingly,the East Devon Way follows this delightful route.
  
 Salcombe Hill & Salcombe Regis
Enjoy a picnic with spectacular views of the coast and explore the famous Norman Lockyer Observatory where helium was first discovered.