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I enjoyed this building the most and if you are there just for the architecture, I recommend you also try Killerton House - which is run by the National Trust. It's further from the town centre than the cathedral but worth the trip.
Posted on 3/3/2012 by Jonah E.
Among the south's most interesting buildings
I only had to walk a short distance from my town centre hotel to reach Exeter Cathedral - the city's main landmark. I had to pay a few pounds to get in but the kids got free access. It's a must visit for anyone in Exeter and is a marvel of architecture that the locals are rightly proud of.
Posted on 3/10/2011 by R Holder
Re. More to it than you think
Did you take a photo of the views from there Mrs Umberto? If it's the history you're after then I recommend that you also try the Underground Passages. Nearer to the city centre and older as they have been around since the 14th century.
Posted on 22/4/2010 by Ray
More to it than you think
We wanted to see Powderham Castle while down in this part of the country but really didn't expect it to offer us so much. There are six centuries' worth of history masterfully restored there and the displays for the exhibitions tell a great story. Around six and a half miles from the centre.
Posted on 22/4/2010 by Mrs Umberto
What a magical day out
We only had to leave Exeter for two and a half miles but it felt like we were entering a different world once we arrived at Crealy Adventure Park. We flew through the air and splashed through the water and had a great group photo taken. Enough to keep both parents and kids entertained.
Posted on 7/1/2009 by Hilda Wilkinson