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Things to do in Exeter this Easter

Easter is the perfect time to explore Exeter, an ancient and vibrant city in the heart of the south-west. With its fascinating visitor attractions, beautiful historic Quayside, and an abundance of places to shop and eat out, Exeter city centre is just a short walk, cycle or bus ride from your University Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

From captivating cultural experiences to outdoor adventures brimming with natural beauty, we'll unveil the city's hidden gems and must-visit attractions. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or a culinary connoisseur, there's something for everyone to savor in Exeter this Easter season. 

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)

When you walk through the doors of Exeter’s award-winning museum, you know you’ve arrived somewhere special. RAMM is home to stunning displays, galleries, and fabulous exhibitions.

Charting Devon and Exeter’s rich history and global connections, there are 16 galleries of displays to explore, taking visitors on a voyage of discovery from pre-history to the present day and from Exeter all around the world.

Explore the Underground Passages

Discover a subterranean world beneath Exeter’s bustling streets at the city’s medieval Underground Passages.

These fascinating passages were built to house the pipes that brought clean drinking water into Medieval Exeter. In fact, these are the only passages of their kind open to the public in Britain!

Red Coat Guided Tour

These free Red Coat Guided Tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter.

Operating daily throughout the year, there are a selection of tours to choose from, including Medieval Exeter, Cathedral to Quay and the popular Ghosts and Legends Tour!

No booking is required, simply choose a tour, meet your guide and discover Exeter.

Exeter Cathedral

Standing in the heart of the city, Exeter Cathedral is a must-see visitor attraction. Packed full of over a thousand years of history, it is one of Europe’s most magnificent cathedrals.

Step inside and immerse yourself in its storied past through a guided tour or tranquil exploration at your own pace. Beyond its architectural marvels, the Cathedral is a vibrant cultural center, hosting a diverse array of world-class events, performances, and exhibitions suitable for all tastes. It's not merely a historic landmark; it's a living testament to Exeter's enduring spirit, inviting visitors to discover its beauty and embrace its inclusive ethos.

Explore the Great Outdoors

Surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, rugged moors and a World Heritage Jurassic coastline, there are endless opportunities to get out and explore the beauty of Devon from your bed and breakfast accommodation in Exeter. There are also numerous parks and gardens nearby in which to walk or simply sit and watch the world go by.

Why not book your spring break today and enjoy all that Exeter has to offer this Easter. We look forward to seeing you!

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