Your culture attendant: things to do in Torquay

A THING TO DO TODAY

TORQUAY
Price: £7.85 (adult)
Time: 2-3 hours
Torre Abbey - founded as a monastery in 1196, briefly a Spanish prisoner of war camp after the Spanish Armada, a Georgian mansion and now a Pre-Raphaelite art gallery - has a long and complex history in a sprawling historic building. Explore history, art and gardens today at the site on Chestnut Avenue in Torquay, from 10am.
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