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Virtually Dartmoor - Interactive Visits to the National Park

Higher Uppacott

Higher Uppacott

A Grade 1 listed medieval Dartmoor longhouse which originally accommodated both people and animals.
Princetown

Princetown

An historic settlement at the heart of Dartmoor which grew around the prison in the 19th century and has attracted visitors for many years.
Postbridge

Postbridge

A popular starting point for walks into the heart of the moor this small settlement is known for its medieval clapper bridge.
Haytor

Haytor

An extensive tract of moor and heathland. This area of common land and its distinctive granite tor, has long been an attraction to visitors.
Meldon

Meldon

Known for its railway viaduct, quarry and reservoir, Meldon Valley contains extensive geological and archaeological interest.

Welcome

Welcome to Virtually Dartmoor - a series of interactive visits to Dartmoor National Park providing the opportunity to explore aspects of Dartmoor's heritage through multi-media virtual tours, combining 360° panoramic photographs, the spoken word and archive photographs.

In a unique combination of oral history recordings and expert interpretation, Virtually Dartmoor immerses you in the culture and landscape of the Dartmoor National Park in the company of a variety of people who know it well; including local people who share their memories of the place, visitors for whom it has a particular interest, and experts who can describe its special qualities.

Dartmoor National Park AuthorityMoor MemoriesDartmoor Sustainable Development FundEnglish HeritageThe Dartmoor Trust