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Only open on Sunday afternoons when its free to enter its a remarkable and unspoilt small medieval building tucked away off the main street down a narrow and nondescript alley. There is no parking in the area. The good news is that you can (in...More
We went along on a Sunday afternoon and one of the Exeter Historical Buildings Trust stewards gave us a free tour over about half an hour and answered lots of questions. This place is really interesting and has had many uses in its time (monastery,...More
The building had structural problems, now sorted and has changed from council ownership to a charitable group which owns other property in the area. Now open one Sunday a month for free, the rest of the time you have to pay to go in to...More
I found out, earlier this month, that it had finally opened but only on a Sunday afternoon between 1pm and 4pm. When I walked in, I found I was the only visitor, though I still got offered a guided tour. I was told there is...More
Interesting building with some good interpretation material. They could do a lot more but the building fabric is deteriorating fast. See it while you can. Look out for "Exeter Open Days" when the it is open and free. Suitable for most ages as the visit...More
I visited this very interesting place helping my daughter with a group of children from her school. We all dressed up and ate the food of the time which was delicious. Both the children and adults had a wonderful and very informative time.
Lovely Tudor house - not very big but full of atmosphere. On certain days kids can dress up and experience Tudor clothes, games, cooking etc and in other days evening concerts with instruments from Tudor times. If you don't like kids, check it isn't a...More
St Nicholas' priory may only be small, but it is a great place to take the kids for an hour or two. It's amazingly interactive; children can play with the 'food' in the dining room, dress up in the chambers upstairs, and take around 'Robert...More