Accessibility for visitors

Exeter Cathedral is an ancient place, popular with visitors to the city of Exeter.

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.

Access to the Quire is possible via a ramp.

There are single steps into some of the smaller chapels in the building.

Wheelchairs are available for visitors to use if required (these can be pre-booked via the Cathedral Office), and there are also disabled toilet facilities available, with level access.

There is limited 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.

 

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