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A la Ronde

Exmouth

has the decorative wow factor
a unique 16-sided house dating from the late 18th century - built by two cousins after returning from a European grand tour - contains many objects & mementoes of their travels - extraordinary interior decoration - shop & tea room - check opening times

Devon's Crealy Adventure Theme Park

Exeter

Devon’s biggest family theme park
family theme park - variety of rides to suit all ages - indoor all weather activities - outdoor play areas - special events - cafes & snack zones - open year round (check out of season opening)

Exeter Cathedral

Exeter

beautiful & historic building
originally constructed from 1270-1369 - built in the decorated gothic style - has the longest uninterrupted medieval gothic vaulting in the world - regular exhibitions & events - shop & cafe - open Mon-Sat, check exact times

Exeter Cruises

Exeter

scenic Exeter canal cruise
scenic cruises along Exeter's historic canal - sail on board a registered historic vessel - operates from The Quay to Double Locks - 50 mins. round trip - or stop at The Double Locks Inn or visit nearby RSBP reserve - operates Apr - Sep (daily Jun-Aug), check times

Exeter Phoenix

Exeter

lively city centre arts venue
a busy Arts Centre - hosts a contemporary programme of dance - theatre - live art - music - spoken word - film & visual art - classes & workshops - open all year, check exact events programme

Exeter's Historic Quayside

Exeter

a lively area of the city
located a 10 mins. walk from the city centre - attractive are of the city popular with locals & visitors - offers a fascinating mix of historic & contemporary design - visitor centre - boat trips - walking & cycling - regular events - shops, restaurants & bars

Exeter's Underground Passages

Exeter

unique ancient monument
visitor attraction in the city centre - medieval passages under the city's streets - built to house pipes that brought fresh water to the city - exhibition & video presentation - 25 mins. guided tour - gift shop - booking required - open Tue-Sun (daily Jun-Sep)

Killerton House & Gardens

Broadclyst

surrounded by rolling Devon countryside
late 16th century house & 6,400 acre estate - former home of the Acland family - discover the many characters of Killerton - fashion exhibition - garden created by John Veitch - see rhododendrons, magnolias & rare trees - park & garden open daily, check times for house

Killerton: Budlake Old Post Office

Broadclyst

step back in time
small thatched cottage serving as former village post office - 1950s memorabilia - listen to stories about life in the post office - cottage garden with rose borders, herb & vegetable plots - open Apr-Oct, limited times, check full details

Killerton: Clyston Mill

Broadclyst

keeping alive traditional skills
historic water-powered corn mill - picturesque setting on the banks of the River Clyst - corn ground on site to make flour - discover more about the life of a miller - hands-on activities & interpretation displays - children's trail - limited opening Apr-Oct, check exact details
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