Exeter, the city is always busy and always worth the time to visit, a university town, the Northcott Theatre is in the university campus.
The Cathedral is on the site of an 11th century church, with the Cathedral Green a relaxing place to visit and wander, although the coffee shops and restaurants around it are always tempting.
Take one of the walking tours on offer, find out about them at the Exeter tourist information office.
The best shops are around this area, otherwise its the normal range of chains. As the city was badly bombed in WWII parts of the shopping area is fairly new.
Plenty of sporting activities and in the football season watch Exeter City play.
Lots to do, with events nearly every week.
Large shopping centre, now pedestrianised, whilst down by the River Exe and the Exeter Canal old buildings still remain, and you can take a boat trip.
Underground Passages Medieval passageways under Exeter.
Exeter Cathedral Visit this Gothic Cathedral.
Guildhall A 15th century building.
Tuckers Hall A 1471 Hall.
Killerton House 5.8 miles A lovely house set in a large estate.
Powderham Castle 6.1 miles A nice stately home set an estate of 3500 acres.
A La Ronde 7.7 miles A 16 sided house built in 1798.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery Museum with extensive collections.
Broadclyst A small village to visit.
Barnfield Theatre Exeter's smallest theatre.
Northcott Theatre Exeter's largest Theatre.
Crealy Adventure Theme Park Have a family fun day out.
Towns Near Exeter To Visit - straight line distance:Topsham (3.67 miles) Woodbury (6.49 miles) Lympstone (6.83 miles) Crediton (7.30 miles)