We spent several hours in the Exeter Cathedral one afternoon. The exterior does not catch one's eye, although the ediface at the front is fascinating. The admission charge is reasonable considering the maintenance of such an ancient monument. The interior is breathtaking--the ceiling is one of the longest done in that age and the decorative programme is stunning. Be sure to notice the musicians on the 'minstrel gallery' high up on the north side of the interior. Concerts are often presented and although we could not attend one, the acoustic would be grand.
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