Visit the Exeter Cathedral and venture out to the rooftop for a tour, you can take in the sights of the city too! With its stunning Norman Romanesque towers and beautiful architecture, it’s not a sight to miss.
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum with its very ornate Gothic building is a great place to visit, and its main feature is its tribute to the memorial of Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert.
The Historic Quayside on the River Exe is a very pretty scene in the city, you can hire canoes or bikes to explore the area or just take a stroll and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
You can take a tour in the underground passages under the streets of Exeter, with a full history guide and you can also visit the heritage center.
You will find popular restaurants in Princesshay Shopping Centre and the Queen St Dining Quarter, along with some other great restaurants dotted around the city, as well as shops to explore.
Exeter is a very pedestrianized city so you can walk most places, however it has some steep hills so there are other options available for you below.
You can cycle around the City; you can hire a bike for the day with Co-Bikes in town.
You can hire a car or get a taxi around the city also as another option.
There are many buses running throughout the City at regular times. Exeter has a central train station called Exeter St David’s on Bonhay Road, and 3 other smaller stations: St James Park, Exeter St Thomas & Exeter Central which are located on the other side of the river.