A wide range of services to help make your stay in the area as enjoyable as possible are provided by Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets.
Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets stock a wide variety of information on places to visit, activities and events in the local area and the rest of the region, as well as information on transport and other local facilities. Help can be offered with: Accommodation bookings Brochures and leaflets Bus and train times National Express tickets Tickets to various attractions and theatre productions Day trips from Exeter Events information A wide range of maps, local books and souvenirs.
Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets Dix's Field Exeter EX1 1GF T: 01392 665700 F: 01392 665260 E: email@example.com
The Quay House was re-built in 1680-1 at the height of Exeter's woollen cloth industry. The building was used to store cloth and other goods before they were loaded and transported down the canal. It also had an overhanging roof, which enabled cargo to load and unload out of the rain.
Today the history and development of Exeter's Quayside is brought to life with lively displays, illustrations and artefacts. There is also the opportunity to see "Exeter - 2,000 years of history," an exciting audio-visual presentation highlighting Exeter's history from Roman times to the present day.
Quay House Visitor Centre 46 The Quay Exeter EX2 4AN T: 01392 271611 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Red Coat Guides FREE guided walking tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter. No booking is required, simply choose a tour, meet your Red Coat Guide and spend 90 minutes discovering Exeter. Tours begin outside the Royal Clarence Hotel in Cathedral Yard, or from the Quay House Visitor Centre. There are many tours to choose from including the popular Ghosts & Legends, The Merchant's Tale and exploring the Catacomb by torchlight! All tours are 90 minutes long, except Exeter's City Wall which lasts 2 hours, the Children's Tour which lasts 1 hour, and the Custom House which lasts 30 minutes.
Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours c/o Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets Dix's Field Exeter EX1 1GF T: 01392 265203 F: 01392 665260 E: email@example.com
Discover medieval passageways that stretch under the city's streets at this visitor attraction in the heart of the city centre. Exeter's Underground Passages have recently re-opened with a new exhibition full of exciting interactive exhibits. A visit to Exeter's Underground Passages is a most unusual event and one of the most exciting things available for young people in the City of Exeter. The passages welcome bookings from schools, student groups, clubs and societies. Guides at the passages regularly receive letters, stories and pictures from school children who have enjoyed their visits.
Dating from 14th century, these medieval passages under Exeter High Street are a unique ancient monument: no similar system of passages can be explored by the public elsewhere in Britain. They were built to house the pipes that brought fresh water to the city. Visitors to the Underground Interpretation Centre pass through an exhibition and video presentation before their guided tour. Under 5's are not permitted on tours. Not suitable for sufferers of claustrophobia.
Please allow approximately 1 hour 30 minutes for your visit. (see webguide right for prices and more details).
Exeter's Underground Passages 2 Paris Street Exeter EX1 1GA T: 01392 665887 E firstname.lastname@example.org