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Seaton Tramway Visit one of the many attractions in Exeter and Devon

Exeter has many sights to see, events taking place and great shopping areas within its friendly city. It is also placed in a very convenient central part of Devon. This promotes itself as an ideal place for you to base your visit, enabling you to travel out and see some of the other splendours, beautiful sights and nearby attractions that the county has to offer. These attractions provide some of the best days out in the south west. There are plenty on offer from stately homes and gardens to adventure parks and castles.

Attractions in Exeter

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These pages give a brief summary of just some of the attractions available within the county of Devon by listing them with a small description, directions and web site link for more information if available.



More Information

For more information - Follow the external web link sign.

Most hotels, guest houses and information centres will also be able to provide pamphlets on some of the attractions available. These will give a more in-depth description and also offer directions on how to get there.

For more information on the attractions available within Exeter, please see the Places To See and Things To Do pages



Exeter Cathedral
Exeter's St Peters Cathedral with its two magnificent towers has been dominating the city's skyline since 1114. The Cathedral is one of Exeter's most popular and well-known visitor attractions.

Directions:
Located just off Exeter's High Street
Tel: 01392 285983

Cathedral Close
Cathedral Close Photographs





Exeter's Underground Passages
Unique medieval passages built under Exeter's city centre dating back to the 14th century to provide the city with a constant supply of fresh water from springs outside the walls.

Directions:
Entrance located in Paris Street
Tel: 01392 665887

Underground Passages
Underground Passages Photographs



Quay House Visitor Centre
Quayside is brought to life with lively displays, illustrations and artifacts.

Directions:
Follow signs for the Historic Quayside.
Tel: 01392 271611

Exeter Quay
Exeter Quay Photographs



Exeter's Red Coat Guided Tours
Guided walking tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter and discover one of the oldest cities in England.

Directions:
Entrance located in Paris Street
Tel: 01392 665887

Red Coat Guided Tours



Killerton House
Killerton house and gardens dating back to the eighteenth century. See the beautiful gardens surrounding this property with a selection of fine period costumes inside.

Directions:
Broadclyst near Exeter
Tel: 01392 881345



Seaton Tramway
3 miles of narrow gauge electric tramway running between Seaton and Colyton in the Axe valley.

Directions:
Off A3052 from Exeter
Tel: 01297 20375



Morwellham Quay
1000 year old inland port and village. Travel by train into a copper mine. See ships, cottages, workshops, museums and more.

Directions:
Off the A390 Near Tavistock
Tel: 01822 833808



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