National Trust Buckland Abbey

Nestling in the Tavy Valley, Buckland Abbey and estate offer visitors historical memorabilia and exhibitions, charming traditional gardens, peace and tranquillity, and fantastic views across Devon and Cornwall.

Tramper users can enjoy a circular route around the estate that takes in a cross-section of the Dartmoor landscape, including farm and woodland. With an abundance of wildlife and planting to admire, there is something for everyone to enjoy along this beautiful path.

The car park is on the hillside above the main property. A buggy is provided, free of charge, to transport visitors to the entrance who might otherwise have difficulties walking down the hill and steps.

A donation of £2.50 per hour is invited for those using the Tramper. An entrance fee applies to all visitors (except National Trust members). There is no car parking fee. 

Contact details

Address Yelverton, Plymouth PL20 6EY
Telephone 01822853607

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Key information

1 Tramper Available


Information Centre

Dogs Welcome

Accessible Parking

Accessible Toilet(s)

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By Road – turn off the A386 a quarter of a mile south of Yelverton.