Things To Do near A. Castle Quarter

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Best Exeter Shopping, C. Pincesshay & High Street, Exeter

Best Exeter Shopping, C. Pincesshay & High Street, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Princesshay Exeter Princesshay is a modern development combining some of the UK's leading retailers with some of its best known restaurants.   High Street Exeter High Street is packed with shops running from John Lewis all the way down to the independent shops on Fore Stre...

Best Exeter Pubs, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

Best Exeter Pubs, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Exeter Cathedral Close Ship Inn. Sir Francis Drake was born on the outskirts of Tavistock which is a town on the west side of Dartmoor National Park near Plymouth. He's said to have frequented the Ship Inn which is why you'll see this sign by the entrance: 'Next to my own shippe I do most love th...

The Exeter Blitz, F. Southernhay, Exeter

The Exeter Blitz, F. Southernhay, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Over 230 people died 'Between 1940 and 1942 over 230 people died during the 19 bombing raids over the city.' There's a memorial and information board in Southernhay by Exeter City Wall that tells the story of The Exeter Blitz. Visit to learn more.   Location of The Exeter Blitz memo...

Best Exeter Cafes, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

Best Exeter Cafes, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Exeter Cathedral Close Tea On The Green. Arguably the best place for afternoon tea in Exeter. Views across Exeter Cathedral Close to Exeter Cathedral. 'Tea on the Green is an independent restaurant in the heart of Exeter.' The Plant Cafe Deli. Great spot on the west side of Exeter Cathedr...

Exeter Guildhall, C. Pincesshay & High Street, Exeter

Exeter Guildhall, C. Pincesshay & High Street, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

One of the oldest local government buildings in the UK Exeter Guildhall is said to be one of the oldest local government buildings in the UK still being used today. 'The earliest reference to Guildhall is in a deed of 1160 but the structure we now see is medieval ... the pillared entrance fron...

Exeter Cathedral Close, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

Exeter Cathedral Close, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Pedestrian area around Exeter Cathedral Exeter Cathedral Close is a beautiful pedestrian area around Exeter Cathedral lined with restaurants, cafes and shops.   Exeter Cathedral location We've positioned Exeter Cathedral Close on Google maps so zoom in on the 'Satellite' setting to...

Best Exeter Views, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

Best Exeter Views, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Inside Exeter Cathedral Inside Exeter Cathedral, stand under the west window near the main entrance and look east along the longest uninterrupted gothic vaulting in the world.   Outside Exeter Cathedral Outside Exeter Cathedral, stand in Exeter Cathedral Close and loo...

Exeter Cathedral, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

Exeter Cathedral, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

One of England's great buildings Exeter Cathedral is one of England's great buildings. 'This cathedral epitomises the peak of the Decorated Gothic style in England; it is a building of remarkable beauty and symmetry, splendidly restored after the bomb damage of 1942. The imposing twin towers at t...

Exeter Barnfield Theatre, F. Southernhay, Exeter

Exeter Barnfield Theatre, F. Southernhay, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Largest dedicated theatre and live music venue in Exeter Barnfield Theatre is 'the largest dedicated theatre, and live music venue in Exeter. Home to local, regional, national and international drama, music and comedy performances.' (Source: Exeter Barnfield Theatre websi...

The Exeter Book, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter

The Exeter Book, B. Cathedral Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Foundation volume of English literature The Exeter Book 'can claim to be the foundation volume of English literature and one of the world's principal cultural artefacts'. It's kept in Exeter Cathedral Library. The book was on display in Exeter Cathedral in 2016. The information below was tak...

Best Exeter Bars, D. Quayside, Exeter

Best Exeter Bars, D. Quayside, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Queen Street Dining off the High Street The Terrace. 'The Terrace rooftop bar is one of the most exclusive cocktail bars in Exeter.' Queen Street Dining is the name of Exeter's latest food and drink destination. The Terrace sits on top of the restaurant complex. Great city views.  ...

St Nicholas Priory, G. West Quarter, Exeter

St Nicholas Priory, G. West Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

[Note that St Nicholas Priory is not open to the public at present owing to building work.]   Founded in 1087 'St Nicholas Priory was founded in 1087 and was home to Benedictine monks for over 400 years. In 1536, like other monasteries, it was closed and the remains became the home of...

The House That Moved, G. West Quarter, Exeter

The House That Moved, G. West Quarter, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Medieval merchant house moved about 70 metres An exquisite medieval merchant house was moved about 70 metres at the beginning of the 1960s when major work was undertaken on Exeter's infrastructure. Hence the name 'The House That Moved'.   Location of The House That Moved...

Best Exeter Walking, E. Quayside to the Exe Estuary, Exeter

Best Exeter Walking, E. Quayside to the Exe Estuary, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Exeter City Wall Trail Built by the Romans nearly 2000 years ago, the majority of Exeter City Wall can be seen today. Walk from information board to information board to learn about the history of the wall and Exeter. The Exeter City Wall Trail runs past Castle Street, Northernhay, the Norman...

Exeter Customs House Visitor Centre, D. Quayside, Exeter

Exeter Customs House Visitor Centre, D. Quayside, Exeter (approx. 1 mile away)

Exeter's economic importance in the seventeenth century Built in the late seventeenth century, the Customs House Visitor Centre is a reflection of Exeter's economic importance at the time. Revenue was generated from the woollen trade. Cloth was gathered from all over Devon, finished in this...