Monthly Archives: February 2016

Discover Exeter’s Places to See

Places to See in Exeter

Page news –  we’ve  updated the Places to See page.

Tudor HouseThousands come to the city every year for shopping weekends, sports events, popular attractions and leisurely breaks. If you’re visiting the city don’t miss out on some of Exeter’s best places to see & visit by checking out this new and updated section within ExeterViews.co.uk

Explore and discover Exeter

Apart from the magnificent Cathedral or the popular historic Quayside there’s lots lots more to discover in Exeter. Why not explore the beautiful gardens and medieval remains or find the hidden gems of period architecture located within delightful little streets.

Next time you visit Devon and its great capital city be sure you know where to find some of what is available!

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Visit Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral

Exeter CathedralPage news –  we’ve  updated the Exeter Cathedral page within the Exeter Places to Visit section.

What a magnificent building St Peter’s Cathedral is – A fine example of Gothic architecture that has been standing so proud right in the centre of Exeter for hundreds of years.

If your visiting the city, the Exeter Cathedral has got to be on your list of places to see. The sheer presence of the Cathedral positioned so majestically with its green lawns in front, will leave you marveling at the grandeur that this holy building exhibits.

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Don’t forget to visit Exeter Quay

Exeter Quayside

Page news –  we’ve  updated the Exeter Quayside within the Things to Do section.

Exeter Quay & Custom HouseA very popular Exeter area with residents and visitors is the Historic Quayside. Whenever the sun is out people flock to this renowned part of the city. It offers plenty to do for tourists, visitors and locals alike with lovely scenic walks & cycle routes, boating & canoeing on the River Exe, and for the less dynamic there’s the Quayside itself. Why not wander around the little shops or just get a cup of tea and enjoy!

There’s plenty more going on so visit the Exeter Historic Quayside page now and see what else is to be discovered.

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Cathedral Close – just moments from the High Street

Exeter’s Cathedral Close

Exeter Cathedral ClosePage news –  we’ve  updated the Cathedral Close page within the Exeter Places to Visit section.

Next time that your shopping in Exeter – take time out and visit Exeter Cathedral Close. It is only moments away from the High Street, but what a greeting you’ll have when you round the corner with St Peters Cathedral in full view.

If it’s a sunny day, why not take a sandwich and sit on the wall whilst soaking up the atmosphere & marveling at the building that’s dominated the city skyline for over eight hundred years.

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Exeter beneath your feet

Exeter Underground Passages

Underground PassagesPage news –  we’ve  updated the Underground Passages page within the Exeter Things to Do section.

Have you ever thought about seeing Exeter from another viewpoint? This is a great opportunity to see the city from a different perspective and visit one of the most most exciting and unusual attractions in Exeter.

Next time you’re in the city centre consider a visit to the Underground Passages’ visitor attraction and view the interactive displays and video presentations  before going underneath the city within these medieval tunnels.

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What’s your favourite Exeter Attraction?

We recently ran this Poll on twitter but later found that it did not show on every device.  We have therefore decided to extend it and also put it on the ExeterViews Blog.

So What is your favourite Exeter Attraction?

What is your favourite Exeter Attraction?

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Take an Exeter guided tour

Red Coat Guided Tours

Why not take a Free guided walking tour around the city of Exeter – it’s probably one of the best ways to really get to know the city!

Guided ToursAnother page update – this time we’ve added the Exeter Red Coat Guides to the Things to Do section.

There’s lots more coming so please bear with us at this time.

For now though, we hope you’ll find the updates useful and more accessible.

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