Many of our incredible businesses in Exeter have excellent educational resources and fun activities, take a look below to find out more...

Exeter Quizzes

Think you know Exeter well and its fascinating history? Try out the Visit Exeter quizzes to get to know our city better:

RAMM at Home

Create your very own RAMM inspired museum collection at home with their weekly arty challenges! Each Friday, they have been showing you how to make a mini museum collection in your own home through a series of step-by-step videos, pictures or how-to instructions. Click here to see the challenges so far!

Homeschooling: Exeter Edition

As Exeter is an ancient and historical city, you won’t be surprised there’s plenty to learn from it! We’ve put together a selection of activities for you to discover a thing or two about our fantastic city; which may help if you’re home-schooling your children or needing something to entertain them with…

Books & Playlists set in Exeter & Devon

Everyone has their own way of enjoying their free time at home. Some cook, some renovate and some read! If you’re passing the time away with escaping in a book; we’ve put together a selection of novels that are set in Devon so you can imagine yourself in our corner of the world…

We have also created a playlist, inspired by artists who lived in and around Exeter… you may have even bumped into them at one point without realising it. Take a look at our blog here!

Devon and Exeter Institution

The Devon and Exeter Institution have a fantastic selection of educational activities: 


Devon & Exeter Institution
Arts & Heritage
Devon & Exeter Institution

The Institution occupies historic premises at the heart of Exeter in the Cathedral Close. Adapted from what was once a house belonging to the Courtenay family, the library of the Institution is housed in two elegant Georgian rooms which provide space for research and reading, educational activities, cultural events and lectures.

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery - RAMM
Royal Albert Memorial Museum Queen Street Exeter

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) is one of Exeter City Council’s flagship services. RAMM is also supported using public funding by Arts Council England. Stunning displays reveal Devon and Exeter’s rich history and global connections. Exotic animals, birds and insects delight children and a changing programme of exhibitions and events means there is likely to be something different to see on every visit. Free entry gives everyone the freedom to visit many times and to stay any length of time.



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