Topsham  is a small town in Devon in England's West Country.
Exe Estuary from Topsham Quay (looking towards Exeter)
Topsham is now a part of Exeter, but was formerly a town in its own right. Before the arrival of the railway, situated as it is on the Exe estuary, it was a busy port concerned with fishing and shipbuilding and the import and export of goods of all description.
The M5 motorway crosses the Exe estuary just north of Topsham. Exit 30 is a couple of miles away. From Exeter there is a rail link running down the Exe estuary to Exmouth. Topsham has its own station. There is a frequent bus service from the Quay into Exeter.
Topsham is small enough to walk everywhere.
On a sunny day it's enough just to stroll around. Take a turn to the end of the Strand, as far as the Goatwalk. Venture up some of the side streets, perhaps Higher or Lower Shapter Street. If you choose Monmouth Street, walk as far as Monmouth Avenue on the left and cross the bridge over the road which once was the spur rail link to the Quay. Walk a few yards and find your way into White Street, where many of the fishermen used to live. Follow it back to the shore. Stroll along the Underway where, near the spot where the fishermen used to dry and repair their nets, you might like to climb the steps to St Margaret's Church. Or go further, past Trout's boatyard  to the ferry. Make your way out to Fore Street and do a little window gazing.  for photographs.
- Topsham Museum where you can get a real feel of Topsham's nautical past. It's open 2PM-5PM Mo,We,Sa,Su from Apr to Oct inc,and is free. 
- RSPB Exe Estuary Nature Reserve 
Sit and enjoy.
- Antiques - on the Quay is a large warehouse converted into an antiques market.
For its small size Topsham is littered with a number of great eating venues.With an ever growing reputation for quality so does the number of dining options.
On March 31st 2006. Topsham was judged Best Small Town for Food in the Western Morning News annual Food Towns awards. The Galley Restaurant 'Best Restaurant in Devon', La Petite Maison 'South West Restaurant of the Year', Denley's Essence of India the 2007 Exeter Curry Chef award, and Oliva the Devon Life Restaurant of the Year award.
- Lighter Inn, The Quay, Tel: 01392 875439 - The former Customs House. Sit out on the Quay with your meal when the sun shines - lovely!
- The Galley 'Fish' Restaurant, 41, Fore Street. Tel/Fax: 01392 876078 - Award winning seafood restuarant.
- La Petite Maison 35 Fore Street. Tel: 01392 873660 - Wonderful, small and intimate restuarant. Winner of the 2003 Southwest restuarant of the year.
- The SALUTATION Inn, 68, Fore Street TOPSHAM EX3 0HL (2 miles South of Exeter at top of Exe Estuary), ☎ 01392 873060. Fine Dining £37.50 for 5 Course Tasting Menu. GlassHouse Cafe open daytime for Breakfast, Coffee, Light Lunches, Afternoon Teas. Local produce from land and sea cooked by an experienced brigade under the direction of Chef Tom Williams-HawkesTasting. Car park at rear of building. Sunday Roast £13.50 http://www.salutationtopsham.co.uk/ edit
Topsham has 9 pubs (or 10, depending on what you class as a pub) and several more within walking distance.
- The Bridge Inn , a proper old fashioned ale pub owned by the same family for over 111 years, and the only pub officially visited by HM The Queen. No lager, no mobile phones, no fried food. The locals are friendly and talkative. Opens limited hours (noon-2PM, 6PM-10:30PM, pork pies are the only food available in the evenings).
- Globe Hotel , Fore Street, room and breakfast from £45 inc VAT, Tel: 01392 873471 mailto:email@example.com
- Reka Dom , 43 The Strand, Tel: 01392-873385, emailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
- B&B at No 7 , Parkfield Way, from £20-£25 per night Tel: 01392 874960, mailto:email@example.com
- The SALUTATION Inn, 68, Fore Street TOPSHAM EX3 0HL (Car park at rear), ☎ 01392 873060. Ancient Coaching Inn modernised with style and efficiency to assure a restful night. 6 comfortable ensuite bedrooms including 2 larger suites. £120 Twin B&B. edit
- Exeter - the big city. 4 miles to the center. Forget the car and use the train or bus.
- Exmouth - a traditional seaside place. 5 miles away. Use the train.
- Lympstone - a pretty place about 3 miles away downstream. Another former port and fishing village. Use the train.