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InExeter Quarters

  1. West Quarter
    The West Quarter is renowned locally as the place to go for indie eats, retro and vintage clothing, books and records.
  2. Castle Quarter
    Named after the 11th century Exeter Castle, the Castle Quarter is the place to go for culture, cocktails and crafts!
  3. Cathedral and South Street Quarter
    The Cathedral and South Street Quarter is in the heart of the city centre, incorporating the beautiful surrounds of Exeter Cathedral.
  4. Guildhall Shopping
    Guildhall Shopping & Dining has everything from fashion to food and axe throwing!
  5. Colour in Exeter Photo Competition
    Exeter has been swathed with a burst of colour this spring, with flags installed across the city as part of the Colour in Exeter campaign. Get snapping for the chance to win a £100 InExeter Gift Card!
  6. East Gate
    The East Gate Quarter is home to numerous independent cafes and restaurants. Department store John Lewis stands at the gateway to the East Gate.
  7. Magdalen Road
    Magdalen Road is the village street in the heart of the city, named one of the ‘10 coolest shopping areas in the whole world’ by The Guardian! You'll find some real local gems here
  8. Princesshay
    Princesshay has over 60 shops and restaurants in a fantastic, modern pedestianised space with the medieval Exeter Cathedral acting as backdrop.
  9. Great Days Out in Exeter
    In Exeter, everything you need for a great day out is within easy reach. The compact city centre has over 2,000 years of history, so there is plenty to see and do, and when you're ready for a break, there is a great choice of cafes and restaurants.

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  1. Add Exeter's Underground Passages to your Itinerary

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    Exeter's Underground Passages


    The Passages were built to house the pipes that brought clean drinking water into medieval Exeter. A guided tour of Exeter's Underground Passages is a memorable event - narrow, dark, interesting and exciting.

  2. Add Hotel Indigo Exeter to your Itinerary

    Hotel Indigo Exeter


    The hotel takes its design inspiration from the building’s department store past and other neighbourhood sites as each of the 104 rooms are styled to honour elements of the city. Don’t forget to experience Colson’s Bar & Restaurant, The Dugout Bar,…

  3. Add The Turk’s Head to your Itinerary

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    The Turk’s Head


    Located in the heart of the city centre next to the Guildhall is one of the regions oldest pubs and a favourite watering hole of Charles Dickens - or so we believe... Recently restored to its former glory, The Turk's Head is back with a bang and…

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  4. Add The Guildhall Shopping Centre to your Itinerary

    The Guildhall Shopping Centre


    Guildhall Shopping & Dining is Exeter City Centre's largest concentration of shops, eating destinations and leisure operators and even a medieval church, St Pancras Church. This quaint church in a most unlikely setting, makes Guildhall Shopping…

  5. Add Exeter Phoenix to your Itinerary

    Exeter Phoenix


    Exeter Phoenix is a vibrant, world-class multi-artform venue in the heart of Exeter's city centre. Each year we host hundreds of events and artistic activity spanning many disciplines.

  6. Add Eat on the Green to your Itinerary

    Eat on the Green


    Eat on the Green is an independent restaurant in the heart of Exeter, owned and managed by a team who are passionate about creating great food using local, free range produce bought directly from the farmers and brought to you with excellent table…