Christmas in Exeter

Christmas in Exeter

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  1. Add Magdalen Road Christmas Fair to your Itinerary

    Magdalen Road Christmas Fair

    Exeter

    Annual Christmas fair organised by the St Leonard’s Neighbourhood Association. Magdalen Road's shops and restaurants are joined by 50 stalls from all over the West Country and the event features street food, drinks, live music, fairground rides and…

  2. Add Exeter's Winter Wonderland to your Itinerary

    Exeter's Winter Wonderland

    EXETER

    Exeter's Winter Wonderland returns for 2022, offering a magical day out for the whole family to enjoy.  With plenty of exciting rides and attractions, including a real ice rink, an abundance of locally-sourced festive refreshments and a giant…

  3. Add Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market to your Itinerary

    Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market

    Exeter

    Exeter Cathedral's popular Christmas Market is back for 2022, from Friday 18 November – Sunday 18 December.

    Taking place on Exeter's Cathedral Green, the Cathedral Christmas Market is wonderfully atmospheric, set among a labyrinth of winding lanes,…

  4. Add Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular to your Itinerary

    Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular

    Torquay

    The world famous Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines will be back with a militar...

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  5. Add Live at Christmas to your Itinerary

    Live at Christmas

    Exeter University, Exeter

    It’s nearly Christmas and the country’s best comedians are heading to Exeter for a spectacular all-star festive show!

    Legendary BAFTA and Perrier award winning comedian Dylan Moran headlines this year’s incredible Live at Christmas line-up. You’ll…

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  6. Add Viennese Christmas Spectacular to your Itinerary

    Viennese Christmas Spectacular

    Cathedral Close, Exeter

    Tchaikovsky’s elegant Nutcracker Suite leads on from Brahms’ serious Hungarian Dance No.5, before Strauss II introduces us to the boundless exuberance of the Polish March in his Trisch-Trasch Polka. In the concert’s penultimate work Tchaikovsky…

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