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Exeter Attractions

The Historic City of Exeter, home to the magnificent Exeter Cathedral, is located in the Southwest of England on the banks of the River Exe in the county of Devonshire. Exeter is the capital city of Devon and offers all the comforts that would be expected from this modern day city, which provides the county with a central base for education, medicine, religion, commerce and culture. If you are planning a trip, a holiday, or a short break, Exeter has something to offer people of all ages. And with its ideal position within the county it is also ideally placed to base a trip while visiting Devon & Cornwall.


The following is a list of some of the attractions within the Exeter area...

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Theme Parks

Crealy Great Adventure Park (Devon)
Enter the land of Devon's Crealy and ride the BIG six! Fly through the air, splash through flowing water, explore mystical woodland and meet the cutest creatures. With huge rides, masses of indoor entertainment, plus outdoor adventures.

Stately Homes and Gardens

Killerton
Killerton house and gardens dates back to the eighteenth century. See the beautiful gardens surrounding this property with a selection of fine period costumes inside.

Castles and Heritage Sites

Powderham Castle
Medieval Castle of Powderham home to the Earl of Devon, See the rooms full of tapestries, portraits and historic furnishings. View the magnificent grounds and see the deer in the Deer Park.

Exeter Cathedral
Exeter's St Peters Cathedral with its two magnificent towers has been dominating the city's skyline since 1114. The Cathedral is one of Exeter's most popular and well-known visitor attractions.

Exeter's Underground Passages
Unique medieval passages built under Exeter's city centre dating back to the 14th century to provide the city with a constant supply of fresh water from springs outside the walls.


Quay House Visitor Centre
The Quay House building was used to store cloth and other goods before they were loaded and transported down the canal. It also had an overhanging roof, which enabled cargos to load and unload out of the rain.

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Together with Exeter's own local history, the Museum also exhibits stunning display and galleries housing zoological, world natural history and a programme of visiting art ensuring there's always something new!

Walks & Tours

Exeter's Red Coat Guided Tours
These free guided walking tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter. No booking is required, simply choose a tour, meet your Red Coat Guide and spend 90 minutes discovering one of the oldest cities in England.


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