The Exeter Christmas Market returns to Cathedral Green from 21 November – 19 December to create a real Christmas buzz in the heart of the city, with stalls offering unique, handmade and unusual gifts, decorations and food items – everything needed for a perfect Christmas celebration. Castle Street and Fore Street will also host gift and festive produce markets in the run up to Christmas.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
“museum of the year 2012”
Praised by the judges for its ‘ambition and imagination’, this stunning Victorian museum brings the world to Exeter through it’s magical displays.
The Tarka Line
One of the country’s most scenic rural train routes; running from Exeter to Barnstaple. Also known as the Rail Ale Trail as it stops at many charming pubs serving real ales along the way.
Jump on board the dedicated bus travelling between Exeter and Poole, stopping at each of the Jurassic Coast gateway towns. Or to view the spectacular views of the coastline, why not try the boat route which operates from most of the Jurassic Coast towns.
Red Coat Guided Walking Tour
Discover the real Exeter through Red Coat Guided Walking Tour where you can learn all about the cities history. For a fun day out with friends or family, you could try the Treasure Trail which runs throughout Devon!
Famous for its two Norman towers, visit one of England's most beautiful mediaeval cathedrals and one of the finest examples of decorated Gothic architecture in this country.
Exeter Underground Passages
Go back in time to medieval Exeter and visit the Underground Passages that were built to house the pipes that brought clean drinking water in 50 AD. Visit the heritage centre before your guided tour through the narrow, dark and interesting passage, packed with interactive exhibits and interpretation.
Explore Exeter from the heart of the city and stay at the Thistle Exeter City Centre, The Rougemont.
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