Places to visit in Exeter

Whilst it is an active city with a lot going on, Exeter is the perfect place to relax and get away from it all. Indulge yourself by relaxing in one of Exeter's many decadent spas or sit back and enjoy a scrumptious cream tea. Visit Exeter’s underground passages which date back to the 14th century and then head above ground to visit the Exeter Royal Albert Memorial Museum to learn about botany, archaeology, geology and fine art. Whatever time of year you visit, you’ll always find plenty of things to do in Exeter, but if you go in spring time you can experience the culinary delights of the Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink.

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Follow themed trails through Haldon Forest Park

Walk, cycle, horse ride, segway or Go Ape at Haldon Forest Park near Exeter.

Location: Exeter, Devon

 

Rainy Day Activities: Find out what lies beneath Exeter

Escape the rain to explore Exeter’s Underground Passages and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum - ideal indoor attractions for a drizzly day.

Location: Exeter, Devon

 

Rainy Day Activities: Scale the walls of Exeter’s Quay Climbing Centre

With over 200 climbing lines, training walls and an abseil tower, there are plenty of indoor activities to suit everyone.

Location: Exeter, Devon

 

Discover 2,000 years of history for free on a guided tour

Discover one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in England on a free Red Coat Guided Tour.

Location: Exeter, Devon

 

Set out on a family cycling break in the Heart of Devon

Enjoy a cycling break with friends or family and discover the windswept scenery of the Exe Estuary, just south of Exeter, and its abundant wildlife.

Location: Exeter and East devon, Devon

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