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Bicclescombe Park

  • Ilfracombe
  • Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Parks and Playgrounds

Attraction Information

Bicclescombe Park is a traditional adventure playground which features sturdy outdoor play equipment suited in range to children between 2 and 12 years old.

There are plenty of gentle nature strolls and space to run about in for exercise, while the Victorian floral bedding area and working corn mill provide potentially educational distractions.

There are 7 tennis courts available through the local club, with a significant annual tournament in July that draws a lot of visitors to the area.

They have recently installed a new landscaped sensory garden that amongst other things features sound and light reflections, which are particularly popular with children and significant for those with sensory impairments.

A local model boat club often use the pond and lake, so kids can frequently observe all manner of mini vessels patrolling the waters. Family oriented educational activities and events are regularly held here too, especially during the school holidays, so they're worth watching out for to help round off the day.

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Opening hours

Year round access


Free admission

Travel & Contact Information


Bicclescombe Park Road, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 8QB, England

Phone number

01271 388326



Click here to visit Bicclescombe Park's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Bicclescombe Park has not told us about their parking.

Yes, there are toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Yes, you can bring a picnic.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant.

No, Bicclescombe Park is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Bicclescombe Park have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Bicclescombe Park has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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