One of Europe's finest medieval cathedrals, and home to the longest unbroken stretch of Gothic vaulting in the world. It is most famous for its two Norman towers, impressive west front carvings, the 15 Century Astronomical Clock, a complete set of Misericords and its highly decorated tombs, bosses and corbels. The Cathedral prides itself on its choral tradition which dates back nearly 900 years.
Exeter Cathedral is within easy reach of the M5 and A30, within striking distance of Bristol, Taunton, Plymouth and beyond.
Visit Exeter has details of Park & Ride.
Southernhay Gardens / Dean Clarke House Premier Parking Solutions car park (EX1 1SG; £7 for 12 hours) is 5 minutes' walk from the Cathedral and our morning rehearsal venue.
Exeter Central station car park (£5.60 all day) is a 10 minute walk.
All-day parking (£3.50) at Flowerpot Lane (EX4 1DH), Okehampton Street (EX4 1DY) and Haven Banks (EX2 8DP) car parks - approx 15 mins walk to the Cathedral.
The main shoppers car parks in Exeter city centre (Mary Arches and Guildhall Centre) cost £12-15 for the day.
Exeter Central (5 mins walk), St Thomas (13 mins walk), St Davids (15 mins walk)
An interactive map of Exeter bus routes can be found here.