National Park Visitor Centre, Postbridge
Double in size, our state-of-the-art centre features the latest technology to bring history to life in amazing detail, giving you a unique and special experience.
One of the highlights is the story of the internationally significant Bronze Age finds at Whitehorse Hill.
In 2011, a cist was excavated at Whitehorse Hill when one of the stones fell out of the peat mound covering it. Due to the unusual conditions amazingly, cremated human remains and other organic material had been preserved for thousands of years.
Exhibitions and displays link seamlessly into the landscape helping you to confidently understand and explore the surrounding area’s amazing cultural heritage.
Our knowledgeable team can help you get the most from your visit; there are walks, a history hunters trail to discover more about the Bronze Age as well as local shops, cafes and pubs.
Find out more about the fascinating Postbridge area.
Postcode PL20 6TH - main car park on B3212 Moretonhampstead to Two Bridges road.
Tel: 01822 880272 or email: email@example.com
This project is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
We are keeping staff and visitors safe by:
- Wearing masks
- Asking visitors to wear masks unless exempt
- Offering Test and Trace
- Providing hand sanitiser
- Keeping our distance when possible
- Limiting numbers when necessary
You can keep yourself, our staff and other visitors safe by:
- Wearing a face mask
- Sanitising your hands
- Keeping a pony apart
- Using Test and Trace
- Not entering the centres if you have COVID-19 or COVID-19 symptoms
1 November 2021 – 27 February 2022
Princetown – open Wednesday to Sunday 10am - 3pm
Postbridge – open Saturday to Wednesday 10am - 3pm
Haytor – open Thursday to Sunday 10am - 3pm
- We are open daily 10am - 3pm during Devon school holidays except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
- Staff may need to close the Centre briefly for lunch - re-opening times will be made clear on the door sign.
- We are closed for maintenance 28 February – 4 March