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The Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter

Exeter Cathedral

Exeter is the county capital of Devon, and is the second biggest city in Devon after Plymouth. It has a very long history, with evidence of settlements from the Palaeolithic era, through to Roman occupation, who named it 'Isca Dumnoniorum'. Following on from this came the Saxons, and the Normans, through to the present day.

Two of the city's most famous attractions will be concert venues for the Two Moors Festival this year. First, the magnificent gothic Cathedral, built between 1114 and 1350. The second is the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, or RAMM for short. This museum has an eclectic mix of collections, ranging from fine and decorative arts, to world cultures, and Zoology, from Samurai armour to the iconic 'Gerald the giraffe'.

Exeter is a very accessible city on foot, since the centre is relatively compact, with many pedestrian only areas. There is a huge range of shops, bars and restaurants available, and if you want a change of scene, then a stroll along the River Exe is a very pleasant experience.

The Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter EX1 1HS

Parking:

  • Mary Arches car park, EX4 3AZ. (Entry via Mary Arches Street) Pay & display: 08.00 - 0.00.
  • Guildhall Centre car park, EX4 3HP.(Entry via Paul Street, EX4 3TT)
    Pay & display: 08.00 - 0.00.

Toilets:

  • Inside venue

 Exeter Cathedral interior Image  Exeter Cathedral  front Image

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