10 Amazing Facts about Exeter

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT EXETER   The Exeter Guildhall is the oldest civic building in Britain, parts of the building dates as far back as 1160. Exeter was founded by the Romans, [...]

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, the short name for it is ‘RAMM’, It’s a museum and art gallery in Exeter, its the largest museum in the city. It holds vast and [...]

Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast located on the English Channel Coast, stretches from the Exmouth in East Devon to the Studland Bay in Dorset, which is a distance of 96 miles. The geological history spans over [...]

Exeter’s Underground Passages

Exeter’s Underground Passages were medieval tunnels built to house led pipes which were used to supply Exeter with fresh water. These are the only passages of this kind open to the public [...]

Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter at Exeter, it’s a Anglican Cathedral and seats the Bishop of Exeter. The Building was completed around the 1400’s [...]

Photographs of Exeter

Exeter Exeter is located southwest of england, it dates back to roman era, river exe runs though the city, some famous land marks like the exeter castle, rougemont Gardens and the Royal Albert [...]