You don't have to go very far from the town centre to find a wealth of activities and events to participate in.
Devizes hosts what is reputed to be the best Bronze Age Museum in the country in Long Street.
The Wiltshire Museum hosts a whole variety of events and activities.
Many of these activities are free or at low cost. Free entry is available on certain days. It really is worth a visit and suitable for the whole family.
If its food and drink you are looking for then there is a wide range of cuisine to be found that will satisfy most tastes and at very reasonable prices. Many outlets have ethical sourcing policies either towards Fairtrade or local produce. A recent BBC food programme highlighted Devizes as being able to provide food with the lowest mileage. All produce being sourced within 5 miles.
You can meander the streets of the town where there are more listed buildings than just about anywhere in the country with a variety of styles going back several decades. There are also over 250 different shops in the town centre.
Follow the Trust for Devizes Town Trail
Or you can take a leisurely stroll along the towpath of the Kennet & Avon Canal, with conveniently located watering holes along its length.