Launceston Steam Railway

Launceston is a picturesque market town built on the side of a hill. The town is 42 miles west of Exeter and 26 miles north of Plymouth. It is located a mile from the River Tamar which forms the divide of Devon and Cornwall. Launceston is overshadowed by a Norman castle an ancient and dramatic landmark built in 1070 by the half-brother of William the conqueror. The town was featured extensively in Daphne du Maurier’s celebrated novel Jamaica Inn.

Launceston Steam Railway

Let the KidZania Games Commence!!!

KidZania London is celebrating the 2016 summer of sport by hosting the City’s very own KidZania Games.

Children visiting the 75,000sq ft. child-size City can take part in a series of specially crafted games that are broadcast live throughout the City’s child-sized radio station and television studio.


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