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BUCKFASTLEIGH
EDITION
TODAY:

Visit a time-travelling pub.

beerstein - Visit a time-travelling pub. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £5 (adult) Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
When The Valiant Soldier public house in Buckfastleigh closed its doors in 1965, everything remained exactly where it was - the chairs, the glasses, even the change in the tills. Now, you can step back in time and experience it as it was - together with other glimpses at Buckfastleigh history at the neighbouring Buckfastleigh Museum. The two sites are open from 10.30am - last entry is 4pm.
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BUCKFASTLEIGH
DEVON
50.48132, -3.77913


Sunrise: 04:15
Sunset: 20:08
Weather: light rain, 21°C max, 14°C min


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