Visiting Exeter Cathedral
Pilgrims and visitors have been making their way to Exeter Cathedral since medieval times. It is one of the most visited places in the west country. Built in the decorated gothic style, it has the longest uninterrupted medieval gothic vaulting in the world.
Visitors have always been made welcome, and we invite you to come and share its beauty and unique atmosphere.
The Cathedral is normally open to visitors from 09.00 (last entry at 16.45) Monday - Saturday
Seniors and students £4
Within a family, children under 18 years are free
Assistance dogs only are allowed into the Cathedral
Special rates apply for groups (please contact the Visitors' Office 01392 285983 or email@example.com)
There will be restrictions to general visiting when the Cathedral is used for services and/or special events. Please check before travelling by ringing 01392 285983. Closure information is displayed in the 'What's On' section on the homepage.
The Cathedral (except the Roof Tour) is accessible to disabled visitors. A wheelchair is available if required - please contact the Visitors' Office to reserve in advance of your visit. Toilets also include limited facilities for disabled visitors. A baby changing unit is also available.