Updated: 22nd November 2021
- added more 360 and standard images.
This is a stunning Cathedral, I’ve been inside numerous times over the years and today I finally went in with a 360 camera in my hand. The architecture is stunning with intricate detailing everywhere you look. It was busy as the Christmas Market was happening outside, so it wan’t easy to get images without many people being in them. This was mainly as it was Free entry while the market is on and they ask only for a small donation instead, the usual entry fee is £7.50.
Properly known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter, is an Anglican cathedral in the city of Exeter, Devon, in South West UK. The present building was complete by about 1400, and has several notable features, including an early set of misericords, an astronomical clock and the longest uninterrupted vaulted ceiling in England.
- The Bishop’s Throne canopy is the largest in the UK and one of the greatest achievements in 14th century woodwork in Europe.
- It has the longest stretch of unbroken Gothic vaulting in the world.
During the Second World War the cathedral sustained a direct hit by a large high-explosive bomb on the chapel of St James, completely demolishing it.
- Adults £7.50
- Seniors £6.00
- Students £6.00
- Children under 18 FREE (within a family group)
There is never a charge to worship or pray in Exeter Cathedral, and everyone is welcome.
Admission for accompanying carers is free for sightseeing (if you are attending an event then please check with the event organiser).
Pay once, visit all year
UK taxpayers who choose to Gift Aid their admission receive a 12-month pass at no extra charge, meaning you can come back as often as you like.
By choosing to Gift Aid you allow them to claim back additional money on your entry fee at no extra cost to you!
The main floor (Nave, transepts, aisles and Lady Chapel) is generally accessible for disabled visitors and wheelchair users, although due to the age of the building there are places where the floor is uneven.
1 The Cloisters, Exeter EX1 1HS. There is no parking at the Cathedral, but it is always possible to drop visitors off by the main entrance before using other car parks in the city centre.
- Car, Most on street parking and multi storey car parks are £2.20 an hour. Watch times as many on street parking are 2 hours max stay. Traffic can be heavy especially at peak times and weekends. John Lewis Car Park: Sat Nav – EX4 6PD. Guildhall Car Park: Sat Nav – EX4 3HP.
- Train, Exeter is considered to be the main rail hub within the south-west and is linked to most branch lines in Devon, including to Paignton, Exmouth, Barnstaple and Okehampton (by a special service). This makes it possible to reach most stations in Devon directly from Exeter St Davids,
Tip: Haven Banks car park is probably the cheapest, but it’s a smart car park be aware your time starts as soon as you drive in, not when you purchase your ticket. Many have received fines for just being slightly over allotted time.
- There is never a charge to worship or pray in Exeter Cathedral.
- Gift Aid their admission receive a 12-month pass at no extra charge, meaning you can come back as often as you like.
- If your there during an event or a market is on the green, entry may be free with only a donation on entry instead.
- Find out more www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk or facebook.
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