Exeter Underground Passages
Discover medieval passageways that stretch under the city's streets at this visitor attraction in the heart of the city centre.☎ 01392665887
Exeter Cathedral FREE
Famous cathedral. Tours available.☎ 01392285970
Cricklepit Mill FREE
See a working historic water mill in action, buy some Cricklepit flour, walk around our wildlife garden.☎ 01392279244
The "Oldest Pull Ferry" in the country. The pull ferry has been operating on the Quay since at least 1641.Recommended by Joss Lewis, Taunton“Great fun for adults and the children crossing the river in this little boat pulled by hand”
Rougemont Castle (Exeter Castle)
Exeter Castle Courtyard is open Monday to Friday throughout the year from 7am to 7pm.Recommended by Paul Simonez, New York“I can highly recommend a private tour with Dudley Cole, the local guide whose knowledge and enthusiasm for the history of this remarkable castle are excellent”
St Nicholas Priory FREE
Brilliantly preserved 16th century attraction.Recommended by Paul Wiles, Tornby
Hot air balloon rides across Devon.☎ 01404823102
Crealy Great Adventure Park
Fun packed theme park.☎ 01395233200Recommended by Harvey Jones, Taunton
Killerton: Marker's Cottage
National Trust - Thatched medieval cob house with smoke-blackened timbers and painted wooden screen.
Killerton: Clyston Mill
National Trust - Historic working watermill in idyllic riverside setting.
Killerton: Budlake Old Post Office
National Trust - Charming example of a 1950s Post Office Room with cottage garden.
Vineyard Tour And Tasting With Lunch For Two Special Offer
Enjoy 29% off with this incredible vineyard tour for two special offer.
National Trust - Spectacular hillside garden.
Go Ape! Haldon Forest
Go Ape is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure.
We are passionate about providing young children with drama classes that are fun and exciting and develop key social skills.
Recommended by Amanda Plumridge, Exeter“Pyjama Drama are passionate about providing young children aged 2-7 years old with drama classes/workshops that are not only fun and exciting but which also develop key social skills such as confidence, concentration, co-operation and creative problem solving. Through our unique programme which combines the disciplines of drama, movement, music and play, we help children explore and make sense of, the world in which they live!”
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Day At Diggerland For Two
A great day out for two at Diggerland, the unique theme park which is all about dumper trucks, mini diggers and giant diggers.
Bill Douglas Centre
Fascinating look at the history of cinema.Recommended by Tom Evans, Exeter
Royal Albert Memorial Museum And Art Gallery
Popular visitor attraction.☎ 01392665858â€Ž
St Thomas Pleasure Ground FREE
Today the park is home to a number of mature trees, a large play area, public toilets and a seasonal paddling pool.
Rougemont Gardens FREE
This garden incorporates major historic features - the Roman city wall and bank, and the bank and ditches of William the Conqueror.
Northernhay Gardens FREE
The site of Northernhay Gardens was quarried in Roman times for stone from which to build the adjacent city walls.
Bull Meadow Park FREE
The park features picnic areas, 5-a-side goals, a large play area and a number of mature trees, bat boxes and a wild flower meadow.
Belle Isle Park FREE
Opened in 1992, Belle Isle is Exeter's newest park. With a view of Allotments and a placid River Exe, the park is a favourite.
Belmont Park FREE
One of Exeter's most popular parks, Belmont Park was first opened to the public in 1886 as a play area for the local children.
Pinces Gardens FREE
By late Victorian times, the gardens were regarded as one of Exeter's finest sights, drawing visitors from far afield.
Bury Meadow Park FREE
Bury Meadow's distinctive central avenue of trees, play area and open greens serve a diverse community of local families.
Southernhay Gardens FREE
As a public garden, Southernhay Gardens are one of the most recent additions. However, they have an interesting earlier history.
Topsham Recreation Ground FREE
The Recreation Ground is a large open space along the northern bank of the River Exe at Topsham.
Heavitree Pleasure Ground FREE
Facilities for picnicking, skateboarding, basketball, BMX, tennis, bowls and play, make the pleasure ground a favourite day out.
Ten pin bowling centre.☎ 08715501010
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03330144501
Popular independent cinema.☎ 08719025730
Vue Cinema Exeter
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03453084620
Music, dance and film centre.☎ 01392667080
The Bike Shed Theatre
Intimate theatre offering an eclectic programme.Recommended by Emma Heath, Exeter
Full programme of drama, dance and music.☎ 01392493493
Downes Crediton Golf Club
Exeter Golf & Country Club
Friendly gym and fitness centre.☎ 08445712861Recommended by Ron Goldney, Exeter
Tennis, health and fitness club.☎ 08446920697
Oppurtunities to try kayaking and canoeing.☎ 01392219600
Riverside Leisure Centre
Swimming pool, fitness centre and many other activities available.☎ 01392221771
Topsham Outdoor Swimming Pool
Popular local attraction. Perfect summer holiday destination.☎ 01392874477
The Exeter paintball site offers several great paintball game scenarios and game zones.
Hitts Barton Equestrian Centre
Friendly riiding school.☎ 01404822335
Oaklands Riding School
Learn to ride today.☎ 01392272105
Unique indoor climbing experience.Recommended by Dan Towney, Exeter