Buying Tickets to Exeter Central
Exmouth to Exeter£
Off-peak day return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.
With great shopping, a thriving arts scene and excellent restaurants, Exeter is one of the liveliest cities in the South West.
Exeter Central station is located right in the heart of the city, just a short walk from the Princesshay shopping centre (pictured above – photo: Visit Exeter) and the city’s magnificent cathedral. Attractions include John Lewis and other major retailers, the historic quayside, and tours of the city’s medieval underground passageways.
Cathedral photo: © Richard Austin
Many of the city’s highlights are within easy walking distance of Exeter Central station:
Take in this masterpiece of Gothic architecture, surrounded by the picturesque old buildings of Cathedral Close and a great choice of restaurants and shops.
Website | 1 The Cloisters, Exeter, EX1 1HS
Explore Exeter from below. Dating from the 14th century, the passages are unique to Exeter and have fascinated people for generations with their stories of war, siege and plague.
Website | 2 Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1GA
Only a 10-minute walk from Exeter Central station, the quayside’s antique shops, eateries and ambience make it a favourite of locals and visitors alike.
Website | The Quay, Exeter, EX2 4AN
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art gallery – which is free to enter – gives a fascinating insight into Devon and Exeter’s rich history and international links.
Website | Queen Street, Exeter, EX4 3RX
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Dining photo at foot of page: © Tony Cobley
Exeter has several stations. Exeter Central in the city centre is the most convenient for direct journeys on the Riviera Line to Torquay and Paignton, on the Avocet Line to Exmouth, and on the Tarka Line to Barnstaple. Exeter St David’s is the mainline station, for trains into Cornwall or around the country. You can hire a car outside both stations with Co-Cars.
Exeter Central is conveniently located in the heart of the city.
Exmouth is the gateway to the Jurassic Coast and with its 2 miles of sandy beach has been a popular holiday resort since the 18th Century.
Barnstaple is the principal town of North Devon. Take a scenic train journey and visit its historic market and independent shops. You can hire bikes at the station, explore the Tarka Trail, or take an onward bus from right outside the railway station to the North Devon coast.
Torquay’s iconic palm trees, busy harbour and international marina make it a firm favourite for all the family. Enjoy long relaxing walks along the promenade and pier, or explore the South West Coastal Path for majestic views.