Four things to do at Exeter Cathedral this half term

Our pick of things to do during February Half Term 2018

Visit for free

Did you know that Exeter residents living within the EX1-EX4 postcode area can apply for a free visitor pass? The Residents’ Card gives you 12 months to visit the Cathedral for free as often as you want. Just pop along to the Cathedral with your proof of address and we’ll do the rest. Admission for children under 18 is also free, and you can leave the kids to explore the Cathedral with an activity trail or backpack whilst you find out more about the building’s history with an audio guide.

Enjoy a cheap latte

A cup of tea or your favourite freshly ground coffee is just £1 when you visit the Cathedral Café between 09.30 and 10.30. Nestled in the corner of the Cloister Garden, the Café is one of Exeter’s best-kept secrets. Its profits help support the ongoing work of the Cathedral (including the restoration of the building) so you’ll be saving money and helping a good cause.

Help build one of the South West’s largest LEGO® models

The #bigLEGObuild is raising money for Exeter Cathedral’s major works programme. Visitors to the Cathedral can donate £5 and add 5 bricks to the model, which will eventually be made up of 300,000 bricks and be over 1 metre high! During Half Term you can add 2 bricks for every £1 donated when you bring the kids.

Take a special tour

Step inside the Cathedral after-hours with an exclusive evening tour on Thursday 15th February. Join us for “Reformation to Revolution” and you’ll discover a little of the Cathedral’s history, and how it was affected by events in the 16th and 17th centuries. Tickets £15 from 01392 and online.